ITS ONLY4-5 MILES LONG BUT ITS HAS EVERYTING FROM KILLER HAIRPINS, ULTRA QUICK 'S' s AND A SUPER FAST STRAIGHT. FROM PLYMTON TAKE THE ROAD TO BORRINDON HALL AND KEEP GOING (watch out for the take off!) until you reach the cross roads). HEAD FOR CADOVER BRIDGE (STRAIGHT ONish) AND THROTTLE UO TO A HUNDRED (WATCH OUT FOR THE SHEEP). AFTER THE FAST (DIPPING) RIGHT HANDER AND OVER THE BRIDGE THE ROAD TURNS AND SQUIRMS LIKE A SKAKE. KEEP WATCHING OUT FOR THOSE SHEEP WHILST PLAYING DARE WITH THE HAIRPINS. tHE LAST HALF MILE TAKE IS A LEASURELY STROLL INTO YELVERTON WHERE A NICE PLATE OF CHIPS CAN BE HAD AT THE ROCK INN. aLTERNATIVELY YOU CAN GOE ON TO MORTONHAMSTEAD OR CALLINGTON IN CORNWALL. LEE HAZELDINE
Mitchelstown to: Mitchelstown
Head out the ballyporeen road, go straight through toward's cloheen and onto Ard Finnan. From here go over the bridge and take the middle road up the hill and onto cahair. Turn left at the square in cahair and go past the castle and take the first left toward's cloheen. Into Cloheen and take the road over the Vee into Lizmore. Take the tallow road and then onto Castlelyon's and into Fermoy, Take the main cork dublin road from fermoy to mitchelstown for some very high speed bend's. This route is about 70 miles in total with s bend's mountain road's 90 degree drop off's and hairpins, biker's paradise. The surface is mixed with smooth and rough on the route. Watch for cops bewteen Fermoy and mitchelstown, other than that nail it.
Newtown to: Llandrindod Wells
THE Dogs Bollocks, THE One Leaving Newtown On An Uphill TreckTowards Dolfor Is The Road Of All Roads, Filled With Bends, Hairpins, 90s And Yumps Plenty To Cater For All Tastes Make Sure You Have A Clean Nappy To Change To At The Other End Well Worth The Visit
Bridgnorth to: Cleobury Mortimer
The best road in Shropshire, and it has just re-opened after part of it collasped into one of the many valleys that it crosses. Either follow it all the way to Cleobury Mortimer or turn off left at Kinlet and follow the B4194 to Bewdley through the Wyre Forest. Probably a little tight & twisty for full on sports bikes, but get yourself a supermoto and you'll be in heaven. Plenty of first gear hairpins & hill crests for the all important wheelies. Enjoy, you will not be disapointed.
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