User Details DizzyRyder

DizzyRyder

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  • Member Since : January 26, 2020
  • Site Supporter :Yes
  • Region : East Midlands, United Kingdom
  • Motorcycle : Yamaha SR500
  • Best Route Ever Ridden : Bradmore Lane. Bradmore to Plumtree. Short but wicked ride in Nottingham.

Latest Entries By This User

Ruddington Chippy to Castle Barge Newark.

East Midlands > United Kingdom > Europe
March 3, 2020 - 3 star route rating Motorcycle Road3.0

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. ????????????


Ruddington Chippy to Castle Barge Newark.

East Midlands > United Kingdom > Europe
March 3, 2020 - 3 star route rating Motorcycle Road3.0

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. ????????????


Ruddington Chippy to Castle Barge Newark.

East Midlands > United Kingdom > Europe
March 3, 2020 - 3 star route rating Motorcycle Road3.0

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. ????????????


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