Hessle to: Hessle
Starting at the Humber Bridge roundabout (Hessle) head east on the A63 (boring), at North Cave get onto the B1230 follow this to Howden and then get on the A614 through Goole. Go through the docks and take the A161 towards Swinefleet (I kid you not !). Now that's the boring bit over with, now comes the good bit. The A161 is a flat twisty road that runs along the bank of the river Ouse with only a few village's but plenty of visibility round the bends. Just after Crowle turn left onto the A18 towards Scunthorpe, just before Scunny turn left onto the A1077. Again this is an ace road with lots of twist'ies and sharp 90 degree bends. Watch out here as quite a few bikes end up in hedges due to being caught out. At South Ferriby there are some ace views over the Humber of the Bridge, at Barton turn on to the A15 and the bridge approach. Then once you have paid your toll (1) your home again.
Weymouth to: Bridport
WATCH OUT ALONG THE B3157 GUYS I aint no motorbiker, just a driver (205 GTi) but there have been speed cameras along this route the past couple of days... On In Burton Bradstock as you come out of the Narrow bit in the Rd, Just Past the Anchor (ITS 30mph!!) Just as you hit the 3rd Bump, the nasy Git, they plonk one just there, on in Portesham just hafter the left hand bend past the pub... ALSO WATCH OUT ON THE DECENT TO WEST BAY PAST THE FRESHWATER TURNING AS THERE IS THE NEW GOLF CLUB ENTERANCE, AND A BIKER DIED THERE IN THE SOME AS SOME OLD GOLFING FART PULLED OUT TAKE NOTE GUYS, BE SAFE.... HIVE BEACH IN BURTON BRADSTOCK IS A GOOD CHILLED HANG OUT NOW, AS YOU HAVE TO PAY TO PARK YOUR BIKE IN WEST BAY...EVEN IF YOU WANT THE KIOSKS....
Ashford to: Folkestone
On a nice warm sunny day, try taking the A20 from the Ashford roundabout J10 M20. Follow the road through some nice wide curves, and great straights, national speed limit applies to most sections, although please slow down when entering some of the more picturesque villages.....Bikers in Kent need to maintain a good image!!!!! The A20 takes you alongside the M20,although the back roads are generally empty, look out for the odd FRENCH tourist who's lost the M20..ha ha ha. Safe Riding, and if you see a copper Busa zipping around there, give us a flash!!!
Gilsland to: Langholm
This is pure pain and pleasure to ride, there is everything from hairpin bends,hump backs to short fast bursts of speed to cool the brakes off, but beware you will soon be hard on them again! Ride this road as fast as you dare then turn round and do it again. Watch out for a 350 degree bend about 1 mile after the welcome to Scotland sign.
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