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A44 (A470)

Kington to: Aberystwyth

This route covers approx 50 miles through the Cambrian mountains (hills really). It's an exhilarating ride following fast flowing rocky rivers,hills and forestry. The corners are out of this world, there fast with good visability and excellent grippy surface's. There's no worn tarmac,potholes etc that have a tendency to install fear in all of us. There are no fixed speed cameras in any of the national speed limit areas of this route, so safe fast riding is achievable. The Foresters Arms in Llanfihangel-Nant-Melan is a nice biker-friendly stop with a good cup of coffee.

Enjoy this route like i have many times remembering to keep to the speed limits through the villages and where applicable. Take a breather,put your visor up,relax your wrists and get ready for the next awesome section of this route. Neil.Cardiff.GSXR-750.


A5

Llangollen to: Betsy-Coed and beyond

More twists and kinks than a recoiled cargo net. It follows a meandering river for much of the way and doesn't tend to cut corners - for a great day out follow it all the way through Llanberis between the mountains of Snowdon and the Glyders. Caution through the Llanberis pass though - beatiful as the cliffs are, beware sheep and folk with rucsacs and blisters.


A470/4059

Brecon to: Hirwaun

The A470 from Brecon has already been submitted as a cracking ride. This route makes it better. After passing Pen Y Fan (bloody big mountain) and the first reservoir (Welsh water for the Midlands PLC), turn off onto the A4059 to Hirwaun. First mile uphill through Forestry, then open grazing land - the Beacons! Flat out bends, no speed interference people or boxes and nice white-painted stones alongside the road to remind you where the tarmac stops. Watch out for the sheep though (when in Wales......).


A42

broughshane to: carnlough

this is one of the best roads to take to the antrim coast.the road surface is a good finish with fast sweeping bends as far as the sheddings corner(this is the first sharp corner).after this there is a set of twisty mountain corners(the quarry bends) that lead to a very nice view of the north sea and a drop into the town of carnlough.here you can get a fuel top up and some food before following the antrim coast road.


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