Great ride from Truro petrol station in the centre, out to St. Mawes via Veryan on the Roseland Peninsula. One of the best sections of twisty roads in the county, beware of the odd caravan (not as popular as the North coast but they are still about) and Tractors. Veryan is a pretty village with historic round house on the entrance and exit, pub, local shop and green. It's tight in spots and goes down to single road coming out and some gravel in road so take caution. St. Mawes is a Harbour village with great Pubs, Fish & Chips, views out to sea, Falmouth and not to forget the Castle.
Some nice twisty roads out of Bristol, the section to Easter Compton has some pinch points. Severn Bridge has a good little Cafe and views over to Wales and the bridge. Back road to Thornbury has nice twisty corners. The ride up the A38 to Saul Junction is a typical single lane A road but worth in when you get there. Lots of parking and a good food, tea and Coffee at the cafe.