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A543

Denbigh to: Pentre-Foelas

More fun in the hills of Wales. Quite a long one at 15 miles, with reasonable roads which can be quite bumpy here and there on some of the straights, but still great fun. Plenty of tight twists and turns. Few hedges and walls over the moors give great visibility. Very little traffic (apart from the other bikes :)


A5

Llangollen to: Betsy-Coed and beyond

More twists and kinks than a recoiled cargo net. It follows a meandering river for much of the way and doesn't tend to cut corners - for a great day out follow it all the way through Llanberis between the mountains of Snowdon and the Glyders. Caution through the Llanberis pass though - beatiful as the cliffs are, beware sheep and folk with rucsacs and blisters.


A483

Newtown to: Llandrindod Wells

THE Dogs Bollocks, THE One Leaving Newtown On An Uphill TreckTowards Dolfor Is The Road Of All Roads, Filled With Bends, Hairpins, 90s And Yumps Plenty To Cater For All Tastes Make Sure You Have A Clean Nappy To Change To At The Other End Well Worth The Visit


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