exeter to: barnstaple
this road is a fast road with loads of places for tractors & cars to pull out on you & if you dont mind a realy crap road surface and do not mind totaling your pride and joy then quite likley like loads of other biker's you will kill your self on it. THERE ARE FAR TO MANY BIKERS IN DEVON GETTING KILLED FOR FUCK ALL I OWN A BANDIT 12 AND RIDE LIKE A TOOSER UNDER THE RITE SERCOMESTANCES AND THE RIGHT ROAD BUT THE A377 IS NOT THE PLACE TO DO IT
Bridgnorth to: Ludlow
Nice route through rolling countryside. Road surface a bit variable. Probably a bit too narrow and twisty for really fast riding, but still challenging and fun.
PERSHORE to: EVERSHAM
ONLY 6 MILES BUT GOOD FLAT OUT BENDS A REAL BUZZ ,TRY IT ON THE WAY TWO THE BULLDOG
Codicote to: Hitchin
[This is the correct report: The road is the B656 and not the A507 as erroneously stated in my earlier submission] 7 miles in Hertfordshire, although the mile or so from The Royal Oak to Hitchin is just straight. The road is national limit from the end of the 30 limit in Codicote. Some good fast-but-interesting bends, and a couple of tighter ones (I thought they were max 50 before but I deliberately did 'em at 50 and it felt really slow!), but in the main it's too quick and narrow to get your knee down in safety. The small straights have some up-and-downage to maintain your interest. The main fun of the road is not in one feature in particular but the feel of the road as a whole. A resident herd of deer can usually be seen at the western edge of Knebworth Park. The surface is generally good but there are some repaired strips which spoil your line in a couple of corners.
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