Aye riding in Scotland is mainly ilegal which is such a shame, I used to have a lot of fun on my KTM when I was based up there in the RNonce i get my project bike in some stage of working i plan on it, but iv gota find a place to do it up here. it seems most forests n decent places to ride are privatly owned and expressly forbid anything with a motor on them.
pretty disapointing, but i might just rogue it a little n plead ignorance, needing a decently quiet pipe for it, but it being a pit bike, they dont really exist... ill definitly need to watch if i ever get it road legal.....Aye riding in Scotland is mainly ilegal which is such a shame, I used to have a lot of fun on my KTM when I was based up there in the RN
There isn't an app. Look on your County Council's website for its 'definative map' and adjust the layers to show greenlanes and adopted roads. Check for TRO's that may be in place. The TRF is good info and GLASS have a map showing greenlanes and UCR's and their legal status.I used to when I was young, but haven't for the best part of 20 years... with the puchase of a cheap offroad bike I am hoping to start again.
I just need to figure out where I can actually ride offroad around here - I assume there's some map tools or whatever which show you where?