Caersws to: Circular route via Aberystwyth
Seeing is believing, this route must be the ultimate bikers dream, It will test your skills to the limit. (watch out for the sheep)
Starting at Caersws, head south towards Llanidloes (avoid the town via the bypass) and take the A44 at Llangurig for Aberystwyth, This part of the trip will take your breath away. After your break at Aberystwyth beach head for Machynlleth on the A487. At Machynlleth turn right at the town clock onto the A489, then a right turn at Cemmaes Road rejoining the A470 back to Caersws.
Llandrindod Wells to: Newtown
A terrific road set in beautiful Welsh countryside. A combination of wide sweeping bends and tight demanding hairpins. Not recommended for Harley's or other fat boys.!
Chepstow to: Abergavenny
Start at Chepstow and head down the towards the Wye Vally (another good road). Just outside Chepstow turn left onto the B4235. This roed is well twisty and much less busy than the wye vally, most of the bends are a bit blind and under trees, so take care. When you get to the A472 turn right into Usk. In the centre of the town turn right onto the B4598. This is another quite twisty road. Be careful of the girder bridge which gets very slippy in the wet. This road takes you to Abergavenny which has a Biker's cafe in the Bus Station. This is not the fastest road but it will test your riding abilities.
Edinburgh to: moffat
Ab-fab route,tight n loose bends. sum 50mph 2nd,sum knee down material.Roughly about 28 miles of mixed surfaced road,some wery smooth(great grip). Some shell grip though (crap in middle). NO GATSOs. But go slow through towns n villages,thats all for now,Keep the shiny side up n keep scratchin,.
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