THETFORD to: DISS
Norfrolk isn't blessed with the best biking roads in the country but the Thetford to Diss road is one of the better ones. Smooth surface some very fast sweeping bends plenty of overtaking opportunitties even through some of the bends. Thetford to Watton A1075 is also very good infact I find it impossible to ride either of these roads slowly The bonus is neither have cameras
Brentwood to: Saffron Walden
Mobile cameras througout this area now. Watch your speed in the villages and on the side roads. Plod everywhere it seems as Essex are cracking down on us. Campaign to rid area of speeding bikes apparently.
Market Harborough to: Melton Mowbray
There are a few ways of getting to this road. I find the easiest way is to go along the A6 past Market Harborough and follow the sign for East Langdon/Melton Mowbray. There are a few little villages to go through, however the route is very twisty and you certainly have to be on your toes. Only travelled it 3 times but well worth do on a weekly basis, and no cameras or police (so far.)
Chippenham to: Warwick
A long fast road, perfect if you want to get between bristol region and swindon and vice versa without goin down the tedious m5 or use a thousand different a roads. Be aware there are a few of those government revenue builders oh yeah 'safety' cameras, but if your ridin two up you should invest in a 2006 AA road atlas. It has all the speed camera locations, and its amazing how invisible it makes your plate. But this is the road i take going between my residence in chippenham and my family up in halifax, its about a third of my journey, not including my detours to the Cat an fiddle on the A537 (a definite road to check out). Have fun however if your doing it at night you may want to keep your lights on full and look behind those trucks! Iv'e personally had to go around the side of a truck on a long swooping left, because of a boy racer in his saxo overtaking the truck exactly where i should be passing. So check it out and have fun. (the AA cloaking device works just aswell on any road!)
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