A new 84-mile cycle route in Scotland has launched, taking in quiet country roads through picturesque areas such as Caerlaverock Castle and Nature Reserve, the 12 Apostles, Drumlanrig Castle and Scotland's highest village. It's a three-day guided tour that starts in the coastal town of Powfoot and covers around 30 miles each day on mainly quiet, country roads. Designed for leisurely cycles through landscapes that inspired writers and poets, the tour unfolds in a region that's famous for world-class whiskies, historic castles and nature reserves teeming with wildlife.