COCKERMOUTH to: SOUTH BOUND
COCKERMOUTH TO EGREMONT GOOD BENDS BUT BUMPY TO TEST SUSPENSION. EGREMONT TO COAST ROAD SOUTH BY SELLAFIELD SMOOTH ROADS FAST BENDS AND LONG STRAIGHTS LITTLE TRAFFIC.
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.
Bristol (via Bath) to: Salisbury
Wicked! Fast, and swweping. It's mostly single carriageway, but very wide lanes. I've never seen police along the route (that's torn it!). Loads of other bikers every time I travel, which shows it's polular. Dead smooth, easy overtaking. Going to go for a blast this weekend, might even go now! My ZX-6R loves it. See ya.
Helmsley to: Scarborough
Helmsley is a market town lying on the A170 from Thirsk to Scarborough. The road is mostly 60 limit, quiet and predominantly plod free, road surface is smooth and sticky. Plenty glorious fast sweepers and good straights. Great scenery (if you get time to look). Not too many villages along the way so fairly hazard free. Helmsley market place is a locally renowned gathering point for all walks of biker on summer weekends (mainly sunday afternoons) and theres always loads of bikes on the Scarborough sea front at the other end of the journey. Plenty alternative routes if you fancy a change on the way back. That corner of North Yorkshire is packed with good biking roads other than this, explore!
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