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A592

Penrith to: Windermere

This is great ! Take the A66 from Penrith and turn left on the A592 towards Windermere. This road follows the shoreline of Ullswater, and takes the Kirkstone Pass road over into Windermere. 1 in 5. Great riding throughout on a good surface. The run downhill (and back up) from Kirkstone down Troutbeck is excellent on a real good road. Its worth going back to do it again and again !! Beware of coaches in holiday time though.


A423 / A426

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.


B5014

Abbots Bromley to: Uttoxeter

Ups And Downs, good surface, loads of twistys, blind bends, adverse cambers, in and out of woodland, will realy test your abilitys, start in Abbots Bromley, pretty little village with loads of character, if you can do it in less than 8 mins you are going miles too fast!


A303/A38

London to: Salcombe

Come out of London on M3 join A303 , long sweeping bends, v.fast straights with some gatso's clearly signposted, loads of round-a-bouts to surf all really good quality surface with little traffic, even on Bank Holiday weekend. Stop off at Stonehenge for a half way smoke then onto Exeter. Join A38 and come off at any number of junctions for last 20 miles to Salcombe on tight technical twisties finish at Kings Arms.


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