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B3157

Bridport to: Weymouth

The comments that shep has made about this road make us all look like pilloks,ive been riding this road for 20 years with only one incident (my mate road into the back of me),19years ago). the latest crack is for bikers to go flatt out on this road and kill themselfs and injure others ,all mainly due to lack of ability. blokes new to bikes on gsxr750s ect, combined with slow car drivers, let the cars have it at weekend for god sake ,and ride the road when its quiet , mid weeks at about 9.30 - 10.00 pm.and get some good training.it works. contact your local advanced trainers,only costs as much as a race pipe .


A4012

Hockliffe to: Luton

Start this ride at Wheels International in Hockliffe, north of Dunstable. It's a mix of scenery and great scratching. Turn right out of the bike shop and right again at the lights for a nice fast windy road to Woburn. Once there turn right into woburn Park and stick to the limit through the grounds (watch for cattle grids). Come out the other end into some great twisty country lane with excellent visibility (possibly some deer/horses on this stretch). You will come to a fork in the road after a couple of miles, Take the right fork to Tingrith (You can go left if you want some suicidal tight hilly bends, This will take you to Flitwick but you wont want to stay there for long :-) Once in Tingrith keep bearing right until you come under the M1 to the A6120 Go straight across this rd and keep bearing left towards Sharpenhoe. Eventually you will reach the A6 which is as fast as you want South towards Luton. The whole journey has virtually no traffic or gatzo's and the roads are old but great through a mix of fields and woodland. I've done this route in the wet and dry with no problems. Turn back to Hockliffe and you can have a hot choccy or coffe and a fag in the bike shop while deciding on your next dream machine Or turn off the A6 into Barton le-clay and take the astounding Hexton road to Hitchin which has been beautifully re-surfaced just for your pleasure.


A85

tyndrum to: oban

this is a good road for a good day out on a bike but as you leave taynuilt to head towards oban there is a very dangerous number of bends which has led to a number of bikers loosing their lifes. so please respect other road users and ride with due care & attention .


A 47

Leicester to: Peterborough

Very very fast, big bike stuff. I'm surprised there's not more bikers on it. Not very twisty but lots of swooping bends, fast straights, very long, very very fast (110 - 120mph +) uphill & downhill sections, good visibility. Not much traffic if your an early riser but lots of space to overtake anyway. I've never timed myself on a bike but a few years ago, one very clear summer evening, I went from Bushby(Leicester) to Castor(Peterborough) in 24 minutes in my VW Corrado G60. A good rider should beat this easy on a decent bike. Email your time if you do. Distance, about 35 miles end to end.

Watch out for the FIVE O outside of Leicester and on the dual caridgeway into Peterborough.


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