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.)
Swansea to: Swansea
Approx 120 miles, fast roads, only problem too many villages, not many cameras, police etc, some boring straight roads (open throttle?, Route-Swansea-Merthyr Tydfil-Brecon-Llandovery-Carmarthen-swansea
Littleport to: Mildenhall
From the roundabout on the A10, turn onto the A1101. Then open it up and see what happens. Like an airport runway for about 4 miles, only one junction to watch for, no hazards. Nothing through the post so I presume no cameras. Remember to slow up for the bend and railway crossing, then have another go for another 3 miles. This will not appeal to knee-down fanatics but will allow you to test the alleged warp-speed potential of your Hayabusa.
Plymouth to: Lands End
Everything in one ride, from flat out dual carriageways to twisties with very few speed cameras and I've never even seen a police car.
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