Pirbright to: Frimley Green
Awesome set of corners that link together into a great little piece of road. Excellent surface, few houses. Can be tricky to find. Get to Pirbright in Surrey. Ride North through Pirbright till you get to a set of lights at a railway bridge. Turn left and follow the road - eventually it dips 90 degrees right under the railway, and the fun starts. You can make a circuit out of some other roads up here. When you come out in Frimley Green, make a left. Continue on this road (A321) until you get to a double mini-roundabout. Turn left there and you're off again. This eventually comes out by the turn under the railway bridge where you nearly fell off earlier! Here's a URL - use the zoom out facility on the site to get the big picture. http://www.streetmap.co.uk/streetmap.dll?G2M?X=490500&Y=155500&A=Y&Z=3 One word - keep it down when going past the houses on the straights or this play area will quickly get stamped on by angry locals.
Stadhampton to: Watlington
Another worth a visit if you live nearby. One absolutely cracking right hander with positive camber and excellent surface.
Chelmsford to: Bishops Stortford
Was an excellent challenging road - better if you turn off at Hatfield Heath and go to Sawbridgeworth rather than Stortford. A couple of 40 limits have recently been added to mar the fun.
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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