Banbury to Southam to: Southam to Rugby
Lengths of this road have just been resurfaced with some of the best tarmac I have ever had the pleasure to ride upon. Great corners experimenting with grip on the race trackish surfacing.
Callan to: Carrick on Suir
The northern 8 miles or so from Callan to Tullaghought is a mix of some bends and reasonably long straights with a nice sprinkling of fast sweepers.
From Tullaghought to Carrick, the road follows the river valley for a few miles and is a challenging succession of bends with a nice blast open mile a couple of miles from the end before you hit the final series of bends into Carrick.
Surface variable, mostly ok, but you take your chances, especially along the river valley. Probably not the supersports rider's favourite type of tarmac, but for something with half-decent suspension and ok tyres, it's a nice run.
Tandragee to: Markethill (N.Ireland)
About 8-10 miles long, this road has a great surface with superb bends that open out nicely which means you can stay out of first gear. Part of the road is used by the Tandragee 100 road races during the year. No bumps or road works means a smooth fast enjoyable ride!!!!
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
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