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A414

Harlow to: Finchingfield

The A414 from Harlow to Chipping Ongar has some good bends but a few double white lines. At the Four Wantz roundabout (BP garage) turn left onto the B184 to Great Dunmow, when you get to the T junction after about 7 miles turn right on to the A1060 Chelmsford. Then after about a mile turn left back onto the B184. Go through Great Dunmow High street, it's a bit narrow but loud pipes do sound good. As you leave Dunmow turn right onto the B1057, which is on a left hand corner. This road will take you all the way to Finchingfield. The road surfaces are all pretty good and there are some good corner combinations with a left hander that just gets tighter and tighter between Dunmow and Finchingfield. When you get there, there is a good biker friendly pub on a big green that gets really busy in the summer.


B1040

Crowland (NE of Peterborogh) to: Sandy

This route is approximatly 50 miles and makes a refreshing change to hacking up the A1. Sections of this road are very long and straight, other are not!! There is a little of somethng for everyone


A158

Lincoln to: Skegness

Nice and flat, very open in places, watch for tractors now and again but all in all, a good blast (even from manchester!


A13

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


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