Belmont-lancashire to: Rivington + white coppice
Head to belmont on the A675 when you get to belmont you will see a pub on the corner, turn up that road to rivington. This is one big playground the first stretch is very smooth and twisty with dips in the road the rest gets a bit hairy, enjoy
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.
Hessle to: Hessle
Starting at the Humber Bridge roundabout (Hessle) head east on the A63 (boring), at North Cave get onto the B1230 follow this to Howden and then get on the A614 through Goole. Go through the docks and take the A161 towards Swinefleet (I kid you not !). Now that's the boring bit over with, now comes the good bit. The A161 is a flat twisty road that runs along the bank of the river Ouse with only a few village's but plenty of visibility round the bends. Just after Crowle turn left onto the A18 towards Scunthorpe, just before Scunny turn left onto the A1077. Again this is an ace road with lots of twist'ies and sharp 90 degree bends. Watch out here as quite a few bikes end up in hedges due to being caught out. At South Ferriby there are some ace views over the Humber of the Bridge, at Barton turn on to the A15 and the bridge approach. Then once you have paid your toll (1) your home again.
Warminster to: Dorchester/Weymouth
Starts off very fast and open (ZX-9R territory) (used to be but unfortnately have blown my dynojetted 155 hp beast ed.) then from Blandford it is time to go loopy. Twisty - 'grind your knee-sliders to atoms'. There is a cafe by the river in Shaftesbury where bikers gather on a Sunday.
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