Beulah, a collaborative film between Pannier and Brother Cycles, follows their unsupported cycle trip to explore the Cape Wrath track – a journey inspired by a 1970s OS Map of the most north-westerly part of Scotland. Filmed by Boneshaker designer, Luke Francis, and with music by James Lucas, Boneshaker’s founder, it’s a beautiful diary of a tour to the far-north of the UK. Expect fully loaded bikes, empty roads & wilderness, campfires, bothies, tents, and a steady flow of single malt.

“The seeds for this trip were sown across two bike tours: first – our Lost Lanes Overnighter, when I (Stefan, from Pannier) found a beautiful 1971-75 OS map sheet of Cape Wrath in a Hay-on-Wye bookshop and, more recently, during our Exmoor 200 ‘AAA’ Weekender when Will from Brother Cycles mentioned that he wanted to take their soon-to-be-released 29er – ‘the Big Bro’ – on a testing voyage before tackling the Tour Divide. The best trips and ideas are forged on the road – the perfect time to think, to dream, and get to know people. I had this journey I’d been longing to ride in my mind, and by the end of the Exmoor tour, Will and I decided to travel to the very north-westerly point of the UK via the ‘Cape Track’ and explore her wild surrounds by bike together.”

See Luke’s work at  Hear James’ tracks at And read more about the trip at

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