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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


A272

cheriton to: winchester

a beautiful twisty road that need's some care on, I ride this road to go to work every day. there are several things you need to be aware of, thre police sit on the brough of the hill from the kilmeston crossroads(difficult to see). watch for the cheriton crossroads morans pull out from noware, then the long straight there are two sites where the police hide,one at the bottom and one at the top-they are easy to see going to winchester-not on the way back! the next straight you come to,you have time to see them, they hide down a farm track. Have also seen them on chessfoothead,the last two bends are brilliant,enjoy.


A82 / A85

Crianlarich to: Glencoe

This is one of many absolutely brilliant runs for those of us lucky enough to live about the middle of Scotland. It's a favourite circular run for locals, but can be done one way if you're touring or visiting. Best to avoid the main summer months, since it can get a bit busy with cars & coaches, and watch for Mr Plod (unmarked cars & bikes). Total distance as described below is about 120 miles I think. The route's all single carriageway A-roads, mainly good surfaces, with decent grip - not too many muckspreaders around, but watch for loose gravel at farm exits.

Starting at Crianlarich, the A85 to Tyndrum is a fairly quick, wide, road with some good open bends. Tyndrum has a couple of decent eateries, plus what's reputed to be the most expensive petrol in the universe. Take the A82 to go over Rannoch Moor and on through Glen Coe itself - if you don't have to stop and look at these hills, you're not human! Do watch out for hillwalkers wandering about on the road, though. Once through Glen Coe, there's food and fuel at Ballachulish. Take the A828, which is an interesting twisty road along the side of Loch Linnhe. Last time through (November 98), the surface was starting to break up in parts, so a bit of care was needed with cornering lines. At Connel, take the A85 along the side of Loch Etive and Loch Awe to return to Tyndrum & Crianlarich - again, a decent bit of road with a mix of tight corners in the first half or so, followed by more open straights and bends later.


A66

Dubwath to: Cockermouth

This is the ' Old ' A66, before the new one was build between Keswick and Workington. Turn off the new road at the Castle Inn turn off and head for Cockermouth. An excellent wide road with sweeping bends, good vision and no cops ! See how fast you can take the final 90 degree bend new Cockermouth school ! Then go back and do it again. Brilliant !


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