Lake District - Kirkstone Pass , great road
Motorbike Ride : A592 : Windermere - Penrith (Kirkstone Pass)
Then head up to Scotland, making sure you take a left towards Dumfries, and ride up the south west coast (often overlooked, but beautiful, and as a wee example, takes in Culzean Castle, Rabbie Burns cottage, the Electric Brae Electric Brae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
, Ailsa Craig (where the stone for curling stones come from) etc etc etc etc etc
Get to Troon, then take the ferry to Arran (Brodick) it's 1 hour. Ride round Arran, it's like all of Scotland in miniature. Be warned, the roads are terrible for potholes, so it's great on a Strom.
Then get the ferry from Lochranza on Arran to Claonaig (Mull of Kintyre and all that) then head up the road to Inverary (lovely wee town, , and a nice pier and a big Castle, Duke of Argyll's place if I remember right (I sneaked in just where you go over a wee brick bridge, and camped on his land with nobody botherin me. )
From Inverary go up the way towards Glencoe, or double back a wee bit to Lochgilphead and go up the coast way north, awesome roads. Head to Skye whichever way takes your fancy from there, it's all good.
Places you must go. Skye, Glencoe, Inverness (Culloden battlefield) , Loch Ness monster and all (fingers crossed it doesn't eat you alive)
There's millions of brilliant places to go in Scotland, it's jam packed with them. The art gallery in Glasgow is awesome. The 18th hole at St Andrews will blow you away if you know golf at all, you'll be shocked how much it is actually in the town.
Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument (Battle of Bannockburn) are great too.
But , it's all about the roads. Personally, I think you'd get a better route up the West Coast of Scotland, and back from Inverness , via Fort William (Ben Nevis) , Crianlarich and down to Glasgow, then you could head towards Edinburgh/ the South East (some great roads in the borders) down to Newcastle, another awesome place, make sure you get out to a busy pub there. I think anyone would enjoy that more than the east side, it's much more samey, flatter etc., and boring (there are some great bits, but less of them, and not so strung together)
I could go on, but need to draw a line somewhere. If you want to know any more, just ask. I'm not terribly up to date, but I learned to ride a motorcycle by riding all of those roads, every chance I got, 17000 miles in my first year, on a wee 250 honda (poor thing)
For such a relatively small landmass, Scotland is jam packed with motorcycling goodness.
Things to watch out for.
Deer, Sheep, Sheep, idiot tourists in cars stopping to take photos, Sheep, Peacocks (seriously, on Arran I nearly ran into 1, bugger opened all it's plumage, and was suddenly gigantic)
Sheep and midges. You can camp for free most places, wild camping is legal (but don't take liberties). Also, if you get on single track roads (which are great) , keep an eye out for passing places, cos car drivers are too busy looking at the scenery, and can be a bit dozy)
Want more? Happy to oblige.