broughshane to: carnlough
this is one of the best roads to take to the antrim coast.the road surface is a good finish with fast sweeping bends as far as the sheddings corner(this is the first sharp corner).after this there is a set of twisty mountain corners(the quarry bends) that lead to a very nice view of the north sea and a drop into the town of carnlough.here you can get a fuel top up and some food before following the antrim coast road.
Glendalough, Wicklow Co.Wicklow Ireland to: End of Wicklow Mountaoin Range
If your over in Ireland head out of the Dublin City towards Wexford, N11 and take the well sign posted routes to Glendalough ( the road is crap but it worth it when you gewt there) on arrivig at the village follow the road out to the lakes (very well sign posted) and about 1 mile out there is a right turn to a road called wicklow gap. The Wicklow Gap is a 22 mile road set in the beautiful Wicklow mountains and is fairly traffic free, it consists of brilliant straights hair pin turns and best of all there is little or no traffic. Check it out - If any of you out there have toured Scotland I certainly appreciate some advice on good routes cheers Neil
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
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.
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