THAME to: A41 (BICESTER ROAD)
Absolutely blinding route, though a litte short at around 7-8 miles, but can be done extremely quickly. There are 3-4 tight s-bends and loads of top sweeping left and right bends and undulations. The quality of the road surface is good and consistent apart from entering and leaving the 2 small villages on the way. This route is best ridden from A41 Bicester road site to Long Crendon and Thame, especially when youve just watched a super-bikes race. PLOD: Not a sniff S-CAMS: Not a sniff DANGERS: Railway track crossing after a high speed bend (about 2/3 left hander) coming from A41 side, but no need to slow down for the actual crossing it's self (smooth baby). BIKE USE: Loads on a good day (lot's of fun)
Amesbury to: Marlborough
Looks like the rest of southern Englands covered. But you missed the best one out. Keep it safe,look ahead and left and right I might be comming the other way.
Southport to: Preston
i have only been riding for 2 years on my Yammi RXS-100 but i have aquired a bit of road expirience so here is the best route i have found. at a total of 17 miles it is a comfortable afternoon ride with some fast roads (you ppl may be able to appritiate this more as you probably all have bigger bikes than me lol) no speed cameras as i can remember apart from one as you come into preston itself. you wont notice it until its too late as anyone can tell you the downward gradient into main preston is quite conspicuous until you are actually on it :) by the way, just wanted to say hi to all you bikers out there. im probably guaranteed to meet atleast one of you in my lifetime as i am bike mad :) later all Steve Bailey
Brandon to: Fakenham
This is now a great road since it has been mostly resurfaced and slightly widened. At about 30 miles or so you get can plenty of pleasure from the plentiful curves, some long and sweeping and some short and pretty aggressive. Don't forget the straights too, not so many of them but the ones that are there will give you that buzz when blasting past the four-wheelers ! Try it on a Sunday, morning and evenings are best !!
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