In the Scooting Blog section, we venture out into the Great Outdoors, exploring here, there and everywhere, from busy city centers to desolate mountain trails and a few locations where kick scooting is, let us say, unusual.
- Bo’ness Trails – scooting the coast at Bo’ness, West Lothian.
- Dalmeny Estate – circular mixed route near Edinburgh.
- Dawn Patrol – a silly o’clock scoot on a local golf course.
- Edinburgh Docks – exploring Leith and Newhaven docks.
- Edinburgh Seven Hills – kick scooting on the Swifty Air (Turf Blog).
- Ettrick Water – riverside scoot in Selkirk, Scottish Borders.
- Forth Road Bridge – crossing the Firth of Forth by Swifty Zero.
- Full Moon Scoot – witching hour scoot by the light of the full moon.
- Home to the Sea – nice easy scoot to Musselburgh and back.
- Loch Leven Heritage Trail – 13 mile scoot around the loch.
- Midnight Adventure – 10 miles of nocturnal local trails.
- Musselburgh Coast – muddy trails and old brickworks.
- Roslin to Shawfair – recently extended railway cycle route.
- Silly O’Clock – exploring footpaths and trails around the house.
- The Wind Farm – rough, off-road scoot in the Moorfoot hills.
- The Golf Course – an experimental night ride at a local golf course.
- The Kaims – short local exploration scoot on the Swifty Zero.
- The Kelpies & The Falkirk Wheel – nice easy canal path scoot.
- Water of Leith 1 – riverside walkway from Port of Leith to Slateford.
- Water of Leith 2 – riverside walkway from Slateford to Balerno.
- Tweed Valley Railway Path – Innerleithen to Peebles and back, at night.
- Arthur’s Seat – amazing viewpoint in centre of Edinburgh.
- Braid Hills Trail – 3 miles off road trail in Edinburgh.
- Crichton Castle – spectacular ruins but a scooting challenge.
- Holyrood Park – amazing park in the centre of Edinburgh.
- Innocent Railway Path – cycle route with tunnel in Edinburgh.
- Pencaitland Railway Path – 6.5 mile disused colliery rail route.
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