Brandon to: Fakenham
This is now a great road since it has been mostly resurfaced and slightly widened. At about 30 miles or so you get can plenty of pleasure from the plentiful curves, some long and sweeping and some short and pretty aggressive. Don't forget the straights too, not so many of them but the ones that are there will give you that buzz when blasting past the four-wheelers ! Try it on a Sunday, morning and evenings are best !!
Basingstoke to: Alton
Such a sweet, sweet road. However, if you're not careful it will kill you. It's a fast road with evil curves. Like a previous poster said, if you don't know this road very, very well, ride up and down it a couple of times taking it really easy and make sure you have a good picture of the curves. Do this midweek when it's quiet and watch the t-junctions. Take great care passing other bikers (they often drift over) and watch for oncoming vehicles crossing the white lines. You WILL encounter knobs on this road, don't be one of them. The aim of the game is to get the curves so, so right. Smooth is good, ragged is bad. Mid-corner speeds are impressive. Watch out at the kink for white-line crossers. Recommended tool: ZX-7R. Recommended attitude: Silky smooth. Recommended follow-up: Can't beat a shandy and ten Benson.
TRERURELFOOT ROUNDABOUT to: TORPOINT
VERY FAST TWISTY ROAD WITH LONG SWEEPERS AND A FEW SHARP ONES THAT CAN CATCH YOU OUT IF NOT CONCENTRATING, FROM ROUNDABOUT HEAD TOWARDS POLBATHIC-FIRST SET OF BENDS ARE VERY GOOD SURFACE (AS IS MOST OF ROUTE)AFTER THEM SOME VERY FAST SWEEPERS INTO POLBATHIC, GOOD IDEA TO SLOW FOR SMALL VILLAGES!(SHEVIOCK) KEEP ON THIS ROAD ALL THE WAY TO TORPOINT AND THERE ARE TWO VERY FAST LONG CURVES BUT BEWARE OF PICNICKERS EXIT ON ONE OF THEM, COUPLE OF VERY LONG FLAT OUTish STRAIGHTS, WHEN REACHING TORPOINT TURN AROUND AND DO IT AGAIN AND AGAIN AS A LOT OF RIDERS DO AND AFTER HAVIN A BLAST OR THREE THERE IS WINDY RIDGE FOR MEALS/COFFEES ETC OR LITTLE CHEF/PETROL STATION ON ROUNDABOUT BEWARE OF PLOD SOMETIMES PARKED UP IN BENDS WAITIN TO GET SLIDERS HAVE FUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hungerford to: Marlborough
11 miles of wide speedy, long curves with a few slow bendy bits. Try it, their are no speed camera's, yet, just watch for plod.
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