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Macclesfield to: Whaley Bridge

Challenging in the extreme, Good surface, watch for SHEEP. Start at Tesco in Macc. Head out along Silk Road towards LEEK. Pass football gnd on right. Carry on to lights on FAST A road. At lights go left to BUXTON. After 10 miles of hair raising wheelies off rises and scraping of undercarriage turn RIGHT at junction to BUXTON. At next junction go LEFT. Ride into BUXTON, watch for LEFT TURN signed to WHALEY BRIDGE. Follow this road for 8 miles to WHALEY BRIDGE. At lights go STAIGHT OVER. Follow road to MACCLESFIELD and you will arrive at TESCO ready for more.


A Roads

Sheffield to: Sheffield Round Trip

From Sheffield take A57 Snake Pass towards Glossop, turn right at traffic lights in Glossop and take minor A road to link up with Woodhead Pass towards Barnsley / Sheffield, turn right at Flouch Roundabout to return to Sheffield on Stocksbridge ByPass, or turn left to head for Huddersfield. On A57, short detour to right just outside of Sheffield takes you to the Strines Inn and some challenging but narrow roads. On Woodhead Pass and road to Huddersfield from Flouch, virtually every side road is worth exploring. The whole area is predominantly rolling moorlands with plenty of up down and roundy round roads. treat with respect, watch out for boy racers and hikers, and go exercise yourself. Tell the missuss / girlfriend / other significant partner your popping out for an hour and see if you can get back before dark.


B4040

Chipping Sodbury to: Cricklade

Basically two completely different stretches of road, bisected by Malmesbury in the middle. From the A46 ( Chipping Sodbury end) to Malmesbury has numerous 'dogleg' corners with a couple of 'ton up' straights. Plenty of 'technical corners' after that. From Malmesbury, take the 1 mile long bypass tothe next roundabout and rejoin the B4040 and on to Cricklade and the Cotswolds Water Parks if you want to try Jetskiing. This is the best bit!!! First straight is followed by a very technical section, including a 90 degree turn, a humpback bridge( together, but all visible) and a wooded section with sweeping curves and 'damp spots'. Great straights from here on to Cricklade. No Gatso's or Cop's in 4 years of nailing it. Never speed in the villages please! if you want a different return journey, try the B4040 back to Malmesbury, then take the B4014 to Tetbury and then the A433 ( past Charlie's house at Highgrove near Westonbirt) and A46 back to Bath. Another amazing ride in itself.


A143

New Market to: Hitchin (cambridge)

This road is truely Amazing. About 5miles of twisting roads few hills and dips. Not one Part of this road is damaged its like riding on the track. It left me and my duke 748 smiling all the way, its now my favoutie road to ride on. I recommend it to anyone in the nofolfk area.


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