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A 68

Edinburgh to: A1 Junction

Approx 150 yes 150 miles of every situation you can think of, from Dual carriageway to sweeping curves, tight bends, blind summits the lot. I used to do this twice a weekend, Friday and Sunday. (commuting 368 miles to work in Stevenage) Couldn't wait to get off the A1. Just try some of it if it's too long......


B660

Bedford to: Somewhere near Peterborough (A1)

I first rode this little blinder back in 1986 when I passed my bike test and have never tired of it. Coming out of Bedford past the Golf centre on your right there is nearly always a speed trap, so take it easy until you see the G.L.F (go like f..k) sign. You start off with a tight right hander and then swoop downhill- watch for blind car drivers at the jct at the bottom of the hill. This road consists of many 90 deg. bends but all are visible and the land is mainly undulating. Because of these it is a cracking place to learn how to get your knee down. In one of the tiny villages there is a primary school right by the side of the road so PLEASE keep your speed down thru there folks. When you reach the T- junction at Kimbolton turn left and through Kimbolton itself. Immediately after the village turn right and carry on, the road becoming a litte bumpy in places. Cross over the A14 on the flyover and turn right at the T jct.After Old Weston turn right at first jct (this is easy to miss!) and carry on. Enjoy until the A1 and turn round- the road is very different the other way as some bends have non constant radii!


A1101

Littleport to: Mildenhall

From the roundabout on the A10, turn onto the A1101. Then open it up and see what happens. Like an airport runway for about 4 miles, only one junction to watch for, no hazards. Nothing through the post so I presume no cameras. Remember to slow up for the bend and railway crossing, then have another go for another 3 miles. This will not appeal to knee-down fanatics but will allow you to test the alleged warp-speed potential of your Hayabusa.


A128/B184

Brentwood to: Saffron Walden

Fantatsic roads, first section of 128 dubious but not terrible, as soon as you get on the B184 you're in heaven. Very fast road, kneedown opportunities everywhere. No cops or cameras (might have to keep an eye out for the plod on Sundays tho) - beware a couple of 30/40 zones... take 128 out the back of Brentwood, head for Ongar, eventually get to roundabout, turn right, get to bigger r'bout by BP garage, straight over, nail throttle for about 5 miles, eventually turn right onto A1060 for ~1.5km, left at roundabout in Leaden Roding, out other side, nail throttle, eventually end up in Great Dunmow. follow M11 signs, get to roundabout #1, left, next r'bout, follow b184 signs. You emerge near J9 of M11. Either go back down M11 or turn round and go back down the twisties again! Very popular with guys on TL1000s or FireBlades.....feel a bit outclassed on my VFR400 MattB


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