Stamford Bridge (Yorks) to: Helmsley
From A166 York to Bridlington road head east towards Stamford Bridge. Either 1/2 mile before S/B or 1.5 miles afterwards, take the unclassified road off left to Buttercrambe. Quaint village.. Head North out of Buttercrambe following signs for Malton. You now embark on a cracking 9 mile run up t'hill and down t'dale as the road repeatedly climbs to a crest and then you see it drop away for 2 miles in front of you. Lovely bends and visibility miles ahead.. Watch out for the odd blind crest with a mini crossroads just over the brow.. It may be only 9 miles but you can do what I do and turn around at Malton and do it all again...luurvely. Once into Malton / Norton, follow signs for B1257 Helmsley and have fun on this seldom monitored 'blatter'. Stop off in Helmsley for 'tea & stickies' before heading home or going onward.
Bourne to: Melton mowbray
Bourne to Corby Glen A151 turn right out of corby glen (better than cadwell park) onto B1176 - 15 miles of scratchin upto grantham roundabout left to colsterworth B1174, cross A1 into colsterworth , turn right B676 go all the way through to melton (For the full cannon ball run) email me ! have atleast 20 more routes all better than (cadwell park, mallory park, oulton park and Donnington park . Have raced them all... so trust me i know some great routes
North Circ to: Basildon and beyond
Great road for going top whack on a sunday morning. 3 lanes of good surface and no cops ( commuted for a year including weekends), very wide but not twisty. goes 2 lane before bas but few entry/exits so easy to watch for trouble. Don't know their unmarked cars (yet) londoners - enjoy
A1071 Hadleigh to: Whatfield
If you like the A1071 a corker from start to finish, be sure to check out the Hadleigh to Whatfield road. Turn of the A1071 half way around the Hadleigh bypass. First you come up a snaking s hill and then you get two good pegging it down opportunities followed by a short straight and then another couple of good corners.Go through Whatfield branch of to the right nearing the end of the village. Even though this is a by road it has several tight corners and short straights. Best at the start of the year when the crops are low.
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