St. John to:
Head out to the parish of St John and at the church take a right. Go past the L'Auberge de Nord pub and at the end of the road take a left. This stretch of road is known as the New North Road - it is short but an excellent place to get your knee down.
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 :-)
Lenham to: Ashford
Excellent old main road. Mind for people turning right as it takes mainly local traffic now.
nr. Harlow to: same!
This road is as long or short as you want to make it! The A414 is sheared on the A10 so make sure you take the southernmost (westbound) Chelmsford/Harlow junction. Under the A10 is a wonderful roundabout where you can lean as far as you dare. Big, wide, isolated, excellent surface and few entry points. Bright and early on a summer Sunday is best! For ideal cornering fun it would be a bit smaller (ie, slower) but then it would take less time to go around and you'd be more at risk of annoying the car drivers.
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