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.
North Circ to: Basildon and beyond
Great road for going top whack on a sunday morning. 3 lanes of good surface and no cops ( commuted for a year including weekends), very wide but not twisty. goes 2 lane before bas but few entry/exits so easy to watch for trouble. Don't know their unmarked cars (yet) londoners - enjoy
Bridgnorth to: Craven Arms
its got a mixture of long straights and sweeping bends,theres 1 part thats about 3/4mile long and dead straight by Monkhopton. why not visit my web site for more info and other recommended routes in that area www.geocities.com/phire_blade/superbikes.
Garve to: Lochcarron
Built with money from the EU to allow the fish lorries to get up and down easier, this is a wonderful full-throttle or gentle cruising road. Starting 1km north of Garve, the A832 gets you warmed up for the main course after the roundabout at Achnasheen. The A890 is beautifully surfaced, sweeping full throttle curves, no trees, great scenery past Fionn Beinn, Moruisg and others. The only hazards are the ubiquitous woolly bollards as our Shetland friend names them and deer crossing. No police, no cameras but plenty of action. The last few miles are single track to allow your pulse to slow down. Can be combined with the Garve-Ullapool road mentioned above for a great day run.
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