The bottom of Shetland to: The top of the island
Nice. No trees, and almost zero traffic. After a recent grant by the RAF, ALL the main roads have been resurfaced to billiard table standard. 2 police cars on all three islands. No cameras. No trees, so massive road visibility. Insanely fast and smooth ! Watch out for the wooly bollards who like to sit on or beside the road. Also, if you crash, don't expect recovery for hours. Some bends are on top of hills and can be off camber. Lots of stones on recent resurfaced roads. If you can afford the ferry, one of the UK's best kept secrets. It's just a pity the roads aren't longer (60 miles over three islands)...
Cambourne to: Helston
Came upon this road whilst on holiday... is only short but has the best section of two successive 'S' bends I have ever seen!! Smooth (ish) tarmac but more importantly you have full vision through the section and it rules! Try it! The rest of the road's not bad either...
THETFORD to: DISS
Norfrolk isn't blessed with the best biking roads in the country but the Thetford to Diss road is one of the better ones. Smooth surface some very fast sweeping bends plenty of overtaking opportunitties even through some of the bends. Thetford to Watton A1075 is also very good infact I find it impossible to ride either of these roads slowly The bonus is neither have cameras
Rye to: Brenzett
A great road in good condition with lots of smooth corners. Can be fairly busy in the summer months due to tourist traffic.
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