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A4212

Bala to: Trawsfynydd

A corking 130mph blast through Snowdonia and the Cambrian Mountains on perfect clear roads and just enough twisites to keep it interesting! Better still, a petrol station at the end of the road to refill for the blast back, believe me you'll need it :)


A30

Nr Staines to: Nr Staines Lap

Get on the A30 at the M25 heading for Egham. The dual carriageway follows the M25 for a bit. You'll see signs saying 50 MPH right hander. Slow down to about 90 ish, BEWARE the corner is completely blind so take care during busy periods. The corner goes though about 270 degrees down hill. Come down to a roundabout mind the bumps on the middle of the road. Take a right at the roundabout. Up the hill and back down again to a roundabout do a u-turn and the lap begins again. Have fun.


A1065

A11 to: Fakenham

If you join the A1065 at the Mildenhall, Thetford round-about and head north towards Swaffam. A lovely route that goes on for about 35 miles, twisties, straights (160Mph+ on a ZZ-R600) and nice little lips of round-abouts. There are a few police, though they're not too bright and tend to wait in very slow sections where you are well under the 60MPh limit. Once at Fakenham, you can either go left to King Lynne (on the fast A148) or right to Norwich also on the A148.


B3157

Bridport to: Weymouth

Was a cracking road but the local council in there infinate wisdom have put a 50mph limit between Bridport and Abbotsbury , just a warning really plod are bound to be patroling the road so take it easy and keep it rubber side down :)


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