The bottom of Shetland to: The top of the island
Nice. No trees, and almost zero traffic. After a recent grant by the RAF, ALL the main roads have been resurfaced to billiard table standard. 2 police cars on all three islands. No cameras. No trees, so massive road visibility. Insanely fast and smooth ! Watch out for the wooly bollards who like to sit on or beside the road. Also, if you crash, don't expect recovery for hours. Some bends are on top of hills and can be off camber. Lots of stones on recent resurfaced roads. If you can afford the ferry, one of the UK's best kept secrets. It's just a pity the roads aren't longer (60 miles over three islands)...
Northampton to: Bedford
Fast well surfaced road, with fast sweeping bends and not too much traffic - worth trying
BASINGSTOKE to: ALTON
FAST OPEN CORNERS WITH EXCELLENT VIS,NOT BAD SURFACE BUT NOT MUCH RUN OFF IF YOU GET IT WRONG !!AS CBR600 IN TREE WILL TESTIFY!!!
Calder Bridge to: Broughton In Furness
This road is mega, very few Police so speed is not a problem. Road condition is very good, well surfaced, fast, good combination of bends, over rises, few cars, this is one of the best roads in the UK for going fast and safe on. I won the MGP in 1991, and practiced on this road, it taught me alot. www.mcspares.co.uk
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