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A396/A39

Crediton to: Crediton (Devon)

Tyre squaring off??? Use this long afternoon route to grind it back! A3072 from Crediton to Tiverton joining the A396 after Cadbury and a steep decent. Now it's A396 heaven all the way to Dunster on the north coast, barely a momoent with the bike upright. This road is total star quality for views and corners... the only draw back is a very coarse and broken road texture under many of the wooded sections. At Dunster, resist the temptation to turn 180 and ride it back to Tiverton, instead turn West on the A39 for Porlock and its infamous Hill. Road surface is now good and the trip over the top of Exmoor with the sea to your right is a total blast ***watch for dozey drivers exiting picnic areas at 3MPH*** Masses of twisty bits and a tough climb out of Lynton is good value.. More fine corners on the run into Barnstable where things get rather less fun. Avoid the A361 route back to Tiverton as it is the most boring blast ever and popular with the local constabulary.. instead chose The A377, or if you are still craving speedy twists then the the tedious A39 stretch to Bideford leads on to the A386 to Great Torrington and a simple cut back to Crediton Via the A3072. Both the 377 & 386 follow rivers and so include some interesting corners and views.. Loads of traffic at peak season.. mid week in May or September is your best bet. ENJOY.


A377

Exeter to: Back to Exeter

Lovely road! 377 is 50-odd miles of twisty heaven, though surface is starting to go in places. Record is about 25 minutes !! However constant ton-plus easily poss. Narrow-ish road follows the river. Speed limits starting to pop up in stupid places, but few appearances from local Bill make these optional. Coming into Barnstaple take the (boring) A361 to Bideford - watch for Rozzers as they love this road - through the town, then join onto the A386 to Torrington (watch for some nastily sharp corners) - onto the B3220 through Beaford/Winkleigh - nice fast roads, and back onto the A377 about 15 miles before Exeter. Good route for a Sunday blast. Good weather normally brings a fair few bikers along the A377. note: Summer brings loads of tourists down here, mincing along at 20mph with their caravans. Hope you enjoy it. We have, for the last 6 years.


A 1065

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 !!


A 374

TRERURELFOOT ROUNDABOUT to: TORPOINT

VERY FAST TWISTY ROAD WITH LONG SWEEPERS AND A FEW SHARP ONES THAT CAN CATCH YOU OUT IF NOT CONCENTRATING, FROM ROUNDABOUT HEAD TOWARDS POLBATHIC-FIRST SET OF BENDS ARE VERY GOOD SURFACE (AS IS MOST OF ROUTE)AFTER THEM SOME VERY FAST SWEEPERS INTO POLBATHIC, GOOD IDEA TO SLOW FOR SMALL VILLAGES!(SHEVIOCK) KEEP ON THIS ROAD ALL THE WAY TO TORPOINT AND THERE ARE TWO VERY FAST LONG CURVES BUT BEWARE OF PICNICKERS EXIT ON ONE OF THEM, COUPLE OF VERY LONG FLAT OUTish STRAIGHTS, WHEN REACHING TORPOINT TURN AROUND AND DO IT AGAIN AND AGAIN AS A LOT OF RIDERS DO AND AFTER HAVIN A BLAST OR THREE THERE IS WINDY RIDGE FOR MEALS/COFFEES ETC OR LITTLE CHEF/PETROL STATION ON ROUNDABOUT BEWARE OF PLOD SOMETIMES PARKED UP IN BENDS WAITIN TO GET SLIDERS HAVE FUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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