Return trip from Edinburgh to North Berwick
Short enjoyable return ride from Edinburgh
change of scenery
Ride along the north cliffs
This is a great rout if ya just want a quick spin out with the lads! Has a bit of everything from tight twisties :) for the knee draggers, to a few long straights for the wheelie and straight line boys ;) theirs a good bike places to stop off for a brew and a butter (Tattershall lay-buy caffe) but only thing I'd suggest you be aware of is the time of year ya go! As it is Lincolnshire and sometimes tractor season and also watch out for mud on the road those times of year! But I guarantee you will be seeing plenty of other bikers on this rout as it's quite popular! All I say is be mindful of ya speeds in the villages and respect the 30's and we won't be pissing off the locals which will keep the police presence to a minimum and everyone is happy :)
Mixed road types, excellent fun.
Great cruise through the countryside. Good straights with some twists. Road surface excellent as is visibility.
Road variety, some fast, some twisty, scenery.
Good road surface with mix of straights and twists. Great scenery along the way. Stop off for the views of the Derwent Reservoir a must.
Day out great roads
Is same as Porlock Loop in AA routes, just starting at Paignton
My old stomping ground!
Very little traffic but watch out for the odd tractor. You can go on the link road, yawn, or this little gem. No contest. Some nice pubs with good grub thrown in for good measure. Yep, like this road a lot.
Great run out when the sun is shining!
On our recent trip to Wales we rode this route about 80 miles in the Welsh countryside.
It could be a road race circuit, Fast, with great corners elevation changes, hills & dips and a great surface.
There are fuel stations so you can do several laps.
We will go back to ride it again
Just for the fun of it, little run out from Halifax to north Peak District via snake pass
A good variation of roads, some twisty bits & some great open roads over the North Yorkshire moors. Plenty of great scenery throughout. Approximately 105 miles in one direction only. There's plenty enough of interest to turn round & head back over the exact same route to the start point & not be bored in the slightest. Helmsley is beautiful & well worth stopping at. Whitby is stunning (I've yet to explore properly!) Sutton Bank is a challenge & requires concentration. Ideal for a full Sunday afternoon of riding............or, why not stop off in Whitby for a day or two befopre heading back.
Getting Ballycastle, Ardtrea, Maghery & Ballyhaise points
Some of North Wales best lakes rolled into one days riding.