Set off from the England's Rose pub in Postcombe, a popular bikers' gathering point at the weekend that does decent fry-ups. Head east along the A40 and do a quick dog-leg right-left across the B4009 (another good road). The next couple of miles is called Aston Hill and is fast, twisty, uphill and, in this direction, two lanes. Knee-down heaven, and with good views. Once through Stokenchurch, the road changes into fast sweepers where silly speeds are possible thanks to nearly all the traffic being on the adjacent M40.
After you get to West Wycombe, you can head back and do it again, although somehow it's less fun going this way. better to head back via Princes Risborough and Thame on the A4010, A4129, B4012. You'll need another fry-up by then.
Great road - can't believe it hasn't already been submitted. Winds through rolling open countryside with bends to satisfy all. Fast, with good visibility and low traffic make this one of the best in the area.
Take care on the righthander about a mile out of Charing, it tightens significantly! Otherwise a few bends, lots of potential to pass slower stuff on straights. I only remember one pub, Challock.
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