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Creatomatic climb Ben Nevis


Well, 50% of us did at least.

 
 
 
James Miodonski
 

 

So, we had a little team-building exercise this weekend

Half of us climbed Ben Nevis; the other half went on a highly entertaining hurl round some of the very finest motorcycling roads Scotland has to offer.

Culminated in dinner and a couple of fine whiskeys before retiring for the night and a (slightly) more sedate toddle back South the following day, the trip included an impromptu stop off at Glencoe to re-enact the famous ‘Bond and M’ scene from Skyfall.

Skyfall Fireblade Glencoe

Good times indeed, and yes – we know that’s not a DB5 in the picture…

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