Start in the small market town of Helston, avoid busy summer as this a holiday route but is usable in the mornings at this time. Sweep past the Royal navy air station at culdrose, try not to fall off while looking at the aircraft! A Rural country road starts thereafter with a few corners that sneak up on you. You could opt to pop down to Mullion cove halfway down as a slight detour (B3296). In a few places there is the opportunity to open up the throttle. This route is good for sports bikes and cruisers, there is something for everyone. The harbour is spectacular. At the Lizard try one of Ann's famous pasties and take it right down to the end where you will find a cafe overlooking the most southerly point on the mainland. Return to Helston and reward yourself with a pint of 'spingo' (ask for 'middle') in the Blue Anchor (but have only one pint...tiz proper strong stuff me 'ansum).
A nice route with good scenary, not super fast but interesting anyway. Can be busy during holiday season as it so picturesque.
The A5004 between Buxton and Whaley Bridge is a spectacular road with virtually no police presence. A nice panoramic corner in the middle too with a slightly dodgy/torn surface. You can make it a triangular run, if at the first set of lights in Whaley you turn left onto the B5470 to Macclesfield - another good twisty road but with many villages. Once in Macclesfield, you go back out on the Cat & Fiddle to Buxton, then turn round and do it again.
One of the best this one, loads of good corners and a good surface. Really excellent