The Motorcyclist's Guide to Scotland is published by Tarmap Press, based near Moffat in Dumfriesshire. The author is J.G. (John) Fergusson, a former BBC Scotland journalist/producer who has been riding bikes since he first passed his test in Girvan, Ayrshire back in the 1970s.  Since then he has lived in The Borders, Shetland, Orkney, Inverness and now Dumfriesshire. He is also the author/co-author of three 'Pocket Mountain' Walking Guides, including Orkney: 40 Coast and Country Walks; The Chilterns: 40 Favourite Walks and Somerset: 40 Town and Country Walks.

If you love exploring, you’ll love this book whether you have a motorcycle or not.  It inspires you to get on the road, breathe the air and appreciate the hidden nooks and crannies of Scotland.
— Pat from Aberdeen
I first saw this book mentioned on the ukgser Forum & the reviews were all positive so I decided to order one. It’s really fascinating & a very handy guide for anyone touring our lovely country.
— Marjorie from Ayrshire
This is required reading for everyone wanting to explore Scotland on a motorbike!
— Rob from Perth
 Ja, ein sehr schönes Buch! Freue mich schon darauf, im nächsten Jahr es anzuwenden!!!
— Wolfgang from Seedorf (Germany): 
It’s a terrific book - not least because it really is a guide to the whole country and not just the Highlands and the NC500!
— Scotboxer from Edinburgh
It is a cracking read. It’s shown me roads I’ve previously ridden past and routes I had not considered. I’m looking forward to putting it to good use this season.
— Alan: Edinburgh
Just wanted to say how much i have enjoyed your book. The layout, information and the way you have put it all together is absolutely superb
— Grant from London
En 2013, recorrí Escocia en moto, con mi mujer y fue maravilloso. Ahora , nos toca volver, siguiendo esta magnifica guía, para ver lo que nos perdimos.
— Jorge: Madrid: