The legendary Scottish Six Days Trial continues to attract riders from around the globe who want to challenge their riding and survival skills in the event based around Fort William in the Highlands of Scotland. The evolution of the event that has run for more than 100 years has seen many changes, but the truth is it’s still the ultimate test of man and machine in reliability trials. The world of trials still focusses on the event, usually held in the first week in May, to check the reliability of the machines from the various manufacturers. Long gone are the glory days of the event but the manufacturers still value very highly a win at the ‘Scottish’. As we have covered the 2017 event in-depth in the magazine we now have a ‘Flashback’ look at the years 1967, 1977, 1987, 1997 and 2007. We open up with 1967 and Sammy Miller’s second win for Bultaco.