BANBURY to: BANBURY
Banbury to Daventry to Southam to Banbury. M40-J11 to Daventry(A361)quite twisty switchback good road surface One known GATSO in Byfield.A good route to get to know your bike's handling. On reaching Daventry turn left on A425 to Southam.Fast road,sweeping bends no cameras!only two villages,a good road to make PROGRESS!!!!. At Southam turn left on to A423 to Banbury,13 miles of mixed road types,fast in places with two sets of S bends to test quicker riders,no cameras,good road surface.This route is approx 40 miles and should take 30-40 mins.There is an ESSO garage south of nearest roundabout to M40 to refuel body and bikes. E-mail your best time(Stick to limits in built up areas)
Macclesfield to: Buxton
The Cat & fiddle is the best.Tight hairpins for kneedown action (although it slows you down),short straights where you can wring your bikes neck,fast double apex bends all interlinked to give you the top buzz when you get it right. The best time to do your laps are on long summer nights when the traffic is light,its like the TT. Due to too much press & fatalities the road is dogged by police & traffic at weekends.But if this is the only time you can come up,watch out for a unmarked green BMW car along with unmarked BMW bikes as well as a plane to spoil your fun. If you do get bored or you've just scared your self silly there are more top runs not far away such as A5004 Buxton to Whaley Bridge (watch out for some tight ones),and A535 Chelford to Holmes Chapel (very fast) to name just a few. Hope this is some help ENJOY.
Coventry to: Rugby
Best on Sundays and avoid rush hour at all costs. Combination of sweeping very fast corners and tighter bends perfect knee sliding territory!
Inverness to: ullapool
excerlent road,possibly one of the best in europe Very fast Just slow down on bends past rogie falls and open up again once past Garve
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