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A92

ARBROATH to: MONTROSE

12 MILES OF SMOOOOTH TARMAC WITH LONG FAST SWEEPING CORNERS, UPHILL AND DOWNHILL OPEN BENDS AND A NICE CHICANE AND BEST OF ALL NO SPEED CAMERAS, ENJOY


A86

Laggan to: Spaen Bridge

I was on holiday in Scotland a couple of years ago and this was my trip to the shops. It's abour 30 miles of beautiful scenery fabulous bends and very little traffic.

Laggan is just off the A9: come off on the A889 at Dalwhinnie, (only do the distillery trip on the way back, please!) or Kingussie. At the other end, Spaen Bridge is just a few miles from Fort William.

The stretch alongside Loch Laggan is the best, with rocks on one side and water on the other. But the roads are good quality all along, with plenty of space and a good surface, (last time I was there). And of course bends. There are a few more-or-less straight bits - just enough to catch your breath before the next set of twisties. The first time I did it was in miserable wet weather and it was still brilliant!


A82

Ballock to: Lochgilphead

Ok.......first off I only ride a FZR400RR so this would be even better on a 'real' bike! =) Starting at Ballock its a 60mph road with plenty of cars to overtake ( and scare ) on the edge of Loch Lomand.........I'd recommend a quick detoir into Luss (where Take the High road is filmed!)......nothing beats firing up the small main street in a first gear wheelie to piss off all the old biddies!


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