Charing to: Canterbury
Take care on the righthander about a mile out of Charing, it tightens significantly! Otherwise a few bends, lots of potential to pass slower stuff on straights. I only remember one pub, Challock.
Coventry to: Rugby
Best on Sundays and avoid rush hour at all costs. Combination of sweeping very fast corners and tighter bends perfect knee sliding territory!
Penrith to: Alston
I'm probably a little off your beaten track, but I'm sure what I suggest is a GREAT road.....Every Sunday, MANY bikers do this road. It has NO police, NO villages and few/sparse traffic. It climbs to around 600 meters over about 6 miles with 60+ (yes, 62 I think) luscious bends, one REAL hairpin job, but many repeating sections, getting tighter as you ascend.What I mean is.....
Devizes (Wiltshire) to: Stonehenge
A great road with lots of tight corners, no cops, some serious flat out straights, and one of the best corners I've ever done - near the end of the route. Can't be more specific on the road number, but there is only only road from Devizes to Stonehenge - follow the signs to Salisbury. Enjoy!
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