I ticked off at "practically no straights at all" which is a partial truth. The start of the road from the junction with 307 is a 8-900mtr straight, but after that it IS over. Some 30ish corners with a couple in 1st gear. Too sad it's over before you know it and you are entering the town of Glamsbjerg. Glamsbjerg is by the way a perfect hub for studying the most beautiful scenery and spectacular back roads in southern Scandinavia.
This route have a lot of official speed restrictions. But it's a beautiful ride and it leads to the next ride in my series about Funens best bends.
Traffic can be a real killer on this route especially for the spirited riders from say 6am to 5pm. For an evening stroll, this road has written TT all over it. It is also located in county "Norfyns", whom doesn't have road maintenance as their top priority.
Under Hazards I have ticked 'regular number for this area', meaning there are a great deal of potential hazards here especially for the more spirited riders, but all of that is not unusual for this area. It's a numbered route, 303, so there are proper markings although the road is relatively narrow.