The Scottish Section Welcomes You to Stirling for the Jampot Rally 2016
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The Scottish Section of the AJS & Matchless Owners Club look forward to giving a warm welcome to all those who attend the 2016 Jampot Rally. Our Rally is located in Stirling the most wonderfully scenic and historic of our Scottish Cities. This site will give you all the information you need to persuade you that you should make extraordinary efforts to come along and join in with our celebration of Classic Motorcycling.
The Rally is based at the Stirling County Rugby Club. The club has its ground in the centre of the city overlooked both by Stirling Castle to the South and the Wallace Monument to the North. The Rugby ground is a a secure venue bounded on three side by an ox-bow of the River Forth and a on the other by a railyway embankment.
The Rugby club facilities are top notch with plenty of showers and a very large surfaced car park.
Site Access Restrictions
Access to the site is through a Tunnel under the Railway embankment this tunnel has a height restriction of 3m.
That is, at the point shown by the white markers the height is 3m at a width of 3m. The typical width of a big Motorhome, on an ALCO chassis, is 2.4m at this width the available height will be 3.1m, the top of the arch is 3.5m
For reference a Swift Kontiki 665 is 2.35 wide and 2.92 high
Assistance will be available, if you let us know in advance, in any case all owners of large vehicles are urged to check their height and ensure that 'extras' such as top boxes and aerials will meet the height limits.
Well behaved pets are welcome at the Jampot Rally, however pets are not allowed inside the clubhouse. There is a covered area outside the Bar area where Pets and their owners will be able enjoy the ambience of the Rally.
Advance Booking Information
Motorhome Owners Please email us if you intend to bring a motorhome. Motorhomes will have a section of the car park set aside for their use. If you want to be next to your friends email us with your details and we will reserve your spaces. Please note: Motorhomes will not be allowed onto the grass.
Vehicles & trailers : In order to comply with the conditions imposed by the Rugby Club (more on this under Site Terms in the right sidebar) vehicles & trailers will need to park in the designated car parking adjacent to the camping area. The camping areas will be for tents & motorcycles only.
In order to ensure access to quality attractions we need to book them well in advance as August is the peak tourist season in Scotland. You can assist us greatly by advance booking your Rally Attendance and trip tickets.
The Advance Booking Form will allow you to pre-book meals and trips as well as rally attendance.
Adults : £15 per day, Under 18's No Charge
The Rally fee is £15 per day of attendance per adult.
Meal Costs :
Full Breakfasts £4.50 (no advance booking)
2 Course Evening Meal from a selection of dishes £10
Distillery Tour estimated cost £10
Sir Walter Scott Cruise estimated cost £10
Advance Booking will close on August 1st. After this point refunds will be at the discretion of the Scottish Section Committee.
Stirling Castle, Flickr by Elizabeth Oliver
Ride Out Information
On the Saturday and Sunday Runs we are offering organised visitor trips to popular attractions. Rally visitors who do not wish to participate in these events will be able to explore other attractions on offer in Crieff or on the Sunday have a meal and or take a stroll along the pathway round Loch Katrine.
Glen Turret Distillery (Famous Grouse) Experience
Visit Scotland’s oldest working distillery and discover how the Glenturret Highland single malt is produced still using the traditional methods and equipment. And, as the spiritual home of The Famous Grouse, discover the art of blending Scotland’s favourite whisky. Your distillery experience will include two whisky tastes, one from The Glenturret range and one from The Famous Grouse range. The whisky tastes will be in a form to enable you to consume them after the run has been completed. Note the Scottish alcohol limits are 50 milligrams of alcohol in every 100 millilitres of blood as opposed to the English and Welsh limit of 80 milligrams.
Proposed - Sunday Trip
If you want to participate in this trip please tick the relevant box on the booking form and if there is sufficient demand it will go ahead.
Explore Loch Katrine and it's stunning surroundings in a one hour cruise on the steamship the Sir Walter Scott.
Departing from Trossachs Pier, the steamship Sir Walter Scott will take you on an inspiring journey. On this 60 minute sailing you will glide past stunning Trossachs landmarks such as Ben A’an and Ben Venue and the restaurant’s namesake location, Brenachoile, from the Gaelic for “above the trees”. This is the perfect occasion for those looking to relax and soak up the scenery. Enjoy the on board heated saloon and settle in with a drink and snack while listening to the tales and legends of the loch as narrated by the knowledgeable crew.