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A682

haslingden to: haslingden

First of all you need to get to Barrowford(M65 j13).follow the A682 to Gisburn.Turn right through the village,(slowly), then a left, still A682 towards Long Preston.Turn left onto the A65 for about 4 miles,then turn right at the roundabout into Settle.Go through settle and turn right onto B6479 towards Hawes.Keep going until you reach a t junction at the Ribble head via duct.Turn right towards Hawes.If you wish you can stop at the cafe for a brew or turn left onto the A684 towards Sedbergh.Slowly through the village then bear left onto the A683 towards Kirby Lonsdale(Devils Bridge).Stop again for another brew.Then from the bridge its left onto the A65 and back towards Long Preston.Turn right there and return to haslingden or where ever ,the same route as you came.THIS route can be bad for the police so be aware.the ride is about 130miles long of a mixture of fast sweepers to slow corners.all in all the best ride in the country.


?From : PLYMTON

YELVERTON to:

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


B6276

Tebay to: Tebay

A round trip on smaller moor-top roads - good for smaller machines with good brakes and handling. A685 from Tebay to Brough (fast), B6276 to Middleton-in-Teesdale (picturesque and twisty), B6277 to Alston (faster but still twisty and nice scenery) then from Alston to Penrith on the A686 (watch the descent towards Melmerby - 57 deaths last year!), A6 to Shap (fast), back road to Orton (stop at Kennedys Chocolate Shop) then back home to Tebay watching out for tractors and the humpback bridge on a corner just before reaching the 30mph zone.


DUNNO!

Hamilton to: Lanark

from Hamilton leave the town and head for Chatelherault Country park, go past the park, and at the garden centre turn left, signposted lanark, M74. by now you are thinking, what is this guy trying to pull? this road is crap!. Just wind open the throttle my friend! the next stretch is amazing, and well worth building up some speed for. the road sweeps down the side of the valley, just gently banking to the right then, POW. the road follows the exact course of the river for about 6 miles, it turns, rises, drops, banks like a bugger. it's amazing at 80+ you eventually come to the Garrion bridge over the river clyde. keep going straight ahead, and you get more of the same for >another 10 miles!!!< by the time you reach lanark (which is at the top of a 5:1 gradient with two 90 degree bends on it) you will be screaming your head off !! and the best bit? well after a visit to the (brilliant) chip shop beside the station, you get to do it in reverse. or of course, you could go out through lanark towards symington, which brings you to the A707 Edinburgh to Moffat road that someone else has put in.... It's great to live in Scotland!!!


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