Twists, turns, hills and views to die for. Also takes in all the best tourist areas the Cotswolds has to offer.
Nice countryside with a lot of corners
This is part of my commute and is a fun but challenging road to ride. There are a lot of corners, some junctions and potentially farm traffic, but there is adequate room for the skilled rider to over take slower traffic. Take care as the road surface can be a challenge, there is some surface water in the winter and a couple of sections where gravel can be an issue. A technically challenging road that is a joy to ride.
An excellent road to ensure you are taking the correct road position prior to a RoSPA re-test.
Fin dagstur. Notodden -Bø og Gvarv/Akkerhaugen -Skien er spesielt bra. Rv 306 er en smal og svingete overraskelse når du krysser Lågendalen.
A nice steady rural route to Newark, taking in the cool roller coaster road, between Bradmore village and Plumtree. The route follows though Cotgrave and along a nice long straight to Straghlethorpe. The route then goes off through Radcliffe and Shelford before emerging near to Gunthorpe Bridge. The next little stretch of main road between Gunthorpe and Lowdham has a erasing speed cameras, so be warned! The route then follows through Caythorpe towards ferry farm, where there's a nice pull in next to the river trent. My route then continues though Hoveringham, Thurgarton, Goverton, Bleasby and Fiskerton. After which there is another pull in place by the river trent, if you need to adjust your nads and have a minute. The route then continues through Rolleston, before joining the main road into Newark. The carpark at Castle Barge if free for bikes, as long as you park in the designated Motorcycle area. In the barge, you can grab a drink and a half decent pizza etc. The place also has free WiFi. All in all, a nice ride out, if you're a fairly steady rider like me. Maybe not for Sports bike riders, but I think most of you would love this ride. ????????????
Sunday. Ride to biker cafe
Stena Belfast - Cairnryan Bikes On Board 8th March 2020
Great run to Arnside to see the rail bridge over the estuary, a hidden gem!
One of my favourite routes in the Forest of Bowland.
lovely ride out even in the wind, some very exposed areas to watch out for when it is windy especial on the top of the moors, but really breath taking scenery. gets you out for the afternoon
realy good in nice weather. easy going
Did this route from Salamanca, and back again to Salamanca, Fantastic route
The D393 from Trie-sur-Baïse to Galan winds for 18km through classic Hautes-Pyrénées countryside - rolling hills, covered in forest with the occasional flat stretch across the valley floors. One of our go-to routes when the mountains are snow covered. Some tight corners, but no hairpins and rarely much traffic, although be aware of logging lorries and mud in the forested sections.
Simple and pretty good road through the rural scenery. Some stretches with new tarmac.
Asfalt çoğunlukla iyi. Kış mevsiminin ardından, kar ve soğuk sebebiyle bozulan asfalta bakım yapılıyor. Dikkat etmek gerek. Yaz aylarında sahil kesiminde sıcaktan bunalanlar için güzel bir gezi rotası. Aslanlı'da pirzola yemenizi tavsiye ederim.
A mixture of everything, scenery, endless miles of corners. Good and not so good road surface. Mostly country roads but can be busy at times
Nice short local ride
A short but awesome stretch of road going through the forest. It is especially beautiful in the autumn when the leaves start to change colour, but have not yet fallen. If you want to enjoy the road and not look at the scenery, then it is barely more than 2-3 minutes of fun. The turns vary between fast and slow and can be open or blind. The road itself is narrow, so even though it is not a main road, be careful about cars coming the opposite way, especially in the blind turns. Pedestrians can also be present on the road.