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A 26

Lewes to: Newhaven

Take the A 27 from Lewes signposted Eastbourne after level crossing take 2nd exit off roundabout signposted Nehaven and Seaford.Take it easy for ist right hander (Cow's deposits on road)then accelerate hard onto straight before left then right combination...careful artics always turn over here.Continue on for about 4 miles of very fast A road with lots of challenging bends.Road is very popular with bikers and early sunday morning the silence is often broken by a Ducati or two on full chat.....Get to Newhaven ...have breakfast and take the road back,Make sure you do it early in the am before it fills up with trucks and traffic for the ferry.


(A23)A272 A24 (A283)

Redhill to: Box Hill, Reigate

So, here's the route - to be performed early on a Sunday morning. Get on the A23 going south. Go through Redhill and down on to Crawley. Go round the Crawley GP circuit (2 - starts at Gatwick, 150mph+ speed all the way now, until number 8). This turns into the M23, follow this and go back to the A23.

Hammer on down the A23 to the Haywards Heath exit, and turn right onto the A272 (towards Cowfold). Carry on until you get to the A24. When you get to the A24, head south (towards Worthing) until you get to the Washington Roundabout(A283). Turn right towards Storrington. At Storrington, you reach an Esso garage. At the Esso, turn left onto the B2139 towards Amberley and Houghton. This is a long country road, with three whoops fairly well spaced out. One of them you have to be careful on, but we never remember which one. I think it's the second, nasty right afterwards! Take it a bit easier down this road the first time, there's a couple of nasty surprises. At the end of the B2139, you've got Arundel Castle on your left (can't see it though). There's a tea caravan here, but it doesn't open until 9 in the morning - wait until Rykers. Turn right onto the A29 (heading north). A29 all the way to the A24, look out for the GATSO at Billingshurst. It's pointing the other way (at least it normally is), so do wheelies at high speed. A24 towards Dorking, watch out for loads of GATSOs (and hairdryers in the silly season), and on to Box Hill. Stop at Rykers for a Bacon roll and clean out your undies. To view a map of the route visit the homepage for the breakfast club - http://www.netkonect.co.uk/t/timbuktu/brkfst.htm

You will find mirth and merryment within.....


A 68

Edinburgh to: A1 Junction

Approx 150 yes 150 miles of every situation you can think of, from Dual carriageway to sweeping curves, tight bends, blind summits the lot. I used to do this twice a weekend, Friday and Sunday. (commuting 368 miles to work in Stevenage) Couldn't wait to get off the A1. Just try some of it if it's too long......


B6255

Ingleton to: Hawes

If you're ever on the way up to Kirby Lonsdale on the A65, take a right at Ingleton. The road is a cracking 18 mile stretch which ends in the little village of Hawes where many bikers stop on a Sunday. Some superb twisty bits. Watch out for the dip in the road. You'll be flying through the air before you see it if you're giving it some!! Need to slow down for the picnic area though, about half way up, as people park their cars either side of the road and then wander across the track. How inconsiderate!!


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