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PROMENADE

ST-ANNES to: CLEVELEYS

RAPID ACCELERATION, {BLADE) (R1) (GSX/R) NO TWISTIES, JUST STRAIGHT. LOADS OF TRAFFIC LIGHTS AND GATSOS, ADDS TO THE EXCITEMENT, DUCKTAPE REAR PLATE. HOLIDAY GIMPS BY THE SCORE. HMMMMM... DO IT IN WINTER LESS CARNAGE.... COULD USE LOWER PROM I SUPPOSE, BUT YOU,LL COME OUT AT GYNN SQUARE. NOT THE BEST PLACE TO BE ON A NICE DAY!


A543

Denbigh to: Pentre-Foelas

More fun in the hills of Wales. Quite a long one at 15 miles, with reasonable roads which can be quite bumpy here and there on some of the straights, but still great fun. Plenty of tight twists and turns. Few hedges and walls over the moors give great visibility. Very little traffic (apart from the other bikes :)


A350

Chippenham to: Chippenham

Chippenham / Wooten-Under-Edge / Chippenham When you leave Chippenham and head towards the M4 on the A350 dual carriageway, rest assured that the roads will improve - the best is near the end. At the M'way junction carry straight on to Malmesbury on A429. Don't go thro Malmesbury but head towards Cirencester - this gives you 2 nice roundabouts, the first one is worth a couple of laps. After the second turn left on the B4014 to Tetbury. A nice swoopy bendy road - about 8 miles. Tootle thro Tetbury being on the lookout for Royals, and turn left on A4135 towards Dursely. Straight across the T'lights and on a few miles. Now things start to get interesting. Turn left on B4058 to Wooten-Under-Edge. This road is a lovely series of lefts and rights down a hill - although they are blind they are still top corners, and a couple of trips up and down from Wooten centre are recommended. In Wooten find the B4060 to Wickwar. Good fast roads- at one point there is a shear drop on BOTH sides of the road - Quarries! From Wickwar on to Chipping Sodbury - a good place for a coffee. Take the A452 towards Bath and Stroud. As you pass a large caravan sales showroom be prepared to exceed the limit for it is worth it. About a mile on the road starts to go up hill, it also turns in to 3 lanes (a 40 mph limit). The up hill right hander is a joy at 80. Keep going and you will take a 270 degree long left - I guess it is more than 1/4 mile long! Just go for it. Straight across the A46 at t'lights. The next 10 miles is beautiful. Just ride what you see. Watch out for Yatton Kennel and go slowly back to the A420 to Chippenham. ENJOY.


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A1071 Hadleigh to: Whatfield

If you like the A1071 a corker from start to finish, be sure to check out the Hadleigh to Whatfield road. Turn of the A1071 half way around the Hadleigh bypass. First you come up a snaking s hill and then you get two good pegging it down opportunities followed by a short straight and then another couple of good corners.Go through Whatfield branch of to the right nearing the end of the village. Even though this is a by road it has several tight corners and short straights. Best at the start of the year when the crops are low.


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