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A939

Grantown-on-Spey to: forres

A very well surfaced road with little or no traffic,some interesting fast and not so fast curves, quite windy at times and very exposed. Only a couple of rough patches and absolutely NO cameras.


A 68

Edinburgh to: A1 Junction

Approx 150 yes 150 miles of every situation you can think of, from Dual carriageway to sweeping curves, tight bends, blind summits the lot. I used to do this twice a weekend, Friday and Sunday. (commuting 368 miles to work in Stevenage) Couldn't wait to get off the A1. Just try some of it if it's too long......


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.


A507

Baldock to: Buntingford

9 miles in Hertfordshire, nicely undulating with some great curves. The road's in two sections, divided by the picturesque village of Cottered with it's excellent village pub (The Bull) and less excellent 30mph speed limit in this otherwise national-limit road. Both sections give ample opportunity for knee-down, but the Baldock half is fastest (easy ton-plus) and has a little solid-double-white-line towards the middle. The Buntingford half is a little tighter and has a nice tight S-bend. The road surface is generally very good but is a little bumpy in places. The route is terminated by roundabouts at both ends so it's easy to go around for another go :-)


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