The best riding road in the UK?


On 04/07/2016 at 17:04

Well apparently it's one of the best.......

The A413 between Aylesbury and Buckingham is a bloody marvelous road to ride along! If you are local I'm sure you'll already know this but if not and you are heading towards Buckinghamshire anytime soon be sure to work this road into your route. Nice road surface (a few pot holes, but isn't there everywhere?!) sweeping bends and a national speed limit make for a fun time!
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On 14/07/2016 at 10:55

A483 from Builth Wells to Newtown, Mid Wales. Best done early in the morning, you won't find a better road anywhere. Not many straight bits the whole length of it. Tight hair-pins, long fast sweepers. Oh MY Goodness. Do it both ways then head to Crossgates Café here,-3.3364105,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x486fddaa4356e317:0xd8b544785156aa1c!8m2!3d52.2752012!4d-3.3342218
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On 14/10/2016 at 08:45

Yess, awesome road. Used to ride it from llandod to Newtown college everyday on my little 125. Great fun, that long sweeping bend with the big drop was always good.

On 15/10/2016 at 17:55

Take a wee run down the Dalveen Pass, the A702, from Abington to Thornhill

The road is about 16 miles long, if your lucky you'll meet a dozen other vehicles and the odd sheep.....and there is only one wee hamlet of about 10 houses to pass through......a few long straights, sweeping corners and superb twisty sections and you can really leather the hell out of the bike all the way...the road runs through open countryside, and the scenery is stunning....and at the end is Thornhill with a few lovely coffee shops and bakers for the obligatory indulgance of caffeine and sugar coated treats...,-3.6616595,1689m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x488806b4ae7de467:0x2eb9d1b08150afdb!8m2!3d55.416842!4d-3.6557142

On 27/10/2016 at 20:52

A68 from Darlington up to the borders. Up and down and twisty.

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