The biggest, best and most challenging 4x4 offroad driving course in Scotland.
On Wheels & 4x4 in Fife
With over 300 miles of dedicated cycle routes, Fife is a great place to go if you love cycling.
There are routes that are perfect for family days out, ones that will challenge or gentle circuits designed to take in the views.
The Fife Coastal Path stretches over 175km from Kincardine to Newburgh, with sections doubling as cycle paths (route maps are available at visitor information centres). The clearly marked path passes through villages, towns and the countryside taking in coastal views of the beaches, cliffs and wildlife reserves.
The woodlands of Blairadam Forest in Kelty and Devilla Forest near Kincardine are ideal for cycling and the Lochore Meadows Country Park in Lochgelly also has mountain biking routes. You can find mountain bike trails in Fife, ranging from 'fun' to 'challenging'.
Find out more about cycling in Fife.
The Knockhill Racing Circuit is Scotland’s national motorsport centre. It offers you the chance to get behind the wheels of a Ferrari 360 Modena, slide a rally car. Knockhill also provide an off road 4x4 Fife experience! The karting circuit is great fun - you just arrive and drive. You can even test out your own car on the famous track. Knockhill hosts some of the UK’s top motorsport events including: MCE British Superbike Championship, the British Touring Car Championship, and The Official Scottish Motorshow and British Rallycross Championship.
Other motorsport activities include stock car racing at Cowdenbeath and Lochgelly, karting at Crail and Knockhill and Kartstart at Kirkcaldy, which has longest indoor karting circuit in Scotland.
Quad biking, tractor and Hagglund driving are on offer at Craigluscar Activities, to the north of Dunfermline.
Whether you prefer two wheels or four, Fife has something to offer everyone.