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xsmatt

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Member Since : July 10, 2010
Region : West Midlands, United Kingdom
Motorcycle : Honda Super Blackbird
Best Route Ever Ridden : B5053 Buxton to Cheadle
Website : http://www.gpbiketours.com

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Mountain Road : Sa Calorbra

Baleares (Balearic Island... > Spain > Europe
September 20, 2010 - 5 star route rating Motorcycle Road5.0

An absolutely stunning 12km piece of road that runs over the mountains to the north of Mallorca and down to the coastal town of Sa Calobra. The road is a collection of tight hairpins and switch backs, unbelievable scenery. Go early morning to avoid other vehicles, and don't hire anything that won't corner


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Buxton - Baslow circuit

Ulster (Northern Ireland)... > United Kingdom > Europe
July 2, 2010 - 3 star route rating Motorcycle Road3.5

Some great roads and beautiful scenery. Plenty of refreshment points. Frustrating and unnecessary 50mph limit throughout, as in the whole of Derbyshire, but still a great ride. Busy with tourist traffic in peak holiday season, when police also patrol...


A5 : Bangor - Betws-y-Coed

North Wales > United Kingdom > Europe
January 1, 2005 - 4 star route rating Motorcycle Road3.6

A varied and undulatig ride through some great scenary. Road can be quite busy as it is a major A-Road. Dil's Diner used to be a good place to meet, but I haven't been there that recently


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B5053 : Buxton - Cheadle

East Midlands > United Kingdom > Europe
July 10, 2010 - 4 star route rating Motorcycle Road4.0

B5053 Buxton to Cheadle. This road is little known, it is a combination of tight twisting bends, long moorland undulating straights, woodland and craggy valley cutting sections the odd picture postcard village. The roads are reasonable a widtth, reasonable condition and virtually free from police, as they tend to be preoccupied with the larger more popular roads. Some of the bends do tighten up unexpectedly, with some quite significant drops to anyone getting it wrong.


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