Mablethorpe to: Cleethorpes & back
Not very long but nice & twisty through a couple of villages,not many cars & no speed traps, (at least not on last trip). When you arrive in Cleethorpes find the A46 out towards Lincoln, you will come accross the A18, turn left towards Louth (another nice road) this will eventually bring you out on the A16 at Ludborough, turn right towards Louth and go round the by-pass and either take the A16 down towards Skegness for fast sweeping bends or go straight on round the by-pass and take the A157 back towards Maltby Le Marsh & Mablethorpe for another tight & twisty road.
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 :)
Harlow to: Finchingfield
The A414 from Harlow to Chipping Ongar has some good bends but a few double white lines. At the Four Wantz roundabout (BP garage) turn left onto the B184 to Great Dunmow, when you get to the T junction after about 7 miles turn right on to the A1060 Chelmsford. Then after about a mile turn left back onto the B184. Go through Great Dunmow High street, it's a bit narrow but loud pipes do sound good. As you leave Dunmow turn right onto the B1057, which is on a left hand corner. This road will take you all the way to Finchingfield. The road surfaces are all pretty good and there are some good corner combinations with a left hander that just gets tighter and tighter between Dunmow and Finchingfield. When you get there, there is a good biker friendly pub on a big green that gets really busy in the summer.
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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