Often described as the best motorcycling roads in Thailand.
Good road which, in conjuction with the N110 and SO920(as a shortcut),makes a longish but worthwhile detour. The SO920 in itself is a fantastic road with tight hairpins, open straights, and the occasional village - well worth the effort while the N110 is more open, faster, and the scenery a little less exciting. Generally the surface is good and they are relaying sections as I write. If heading North/South, you can use this instead of the A1/E5 Autovia if you have the time.
This is a good mix of straights, bends, scenery, and what great biking is about. Its not a race track, but allows a brisk pace for several hours. There are some Guardia Traficos around and you will have to share the route with a moderate amount of other vehicles, although there are plenty of overtaking opportunities. Technically the N320 starts/ends at La Gineta, rather than Albacete, where you will find a great buffet restaurant at the intersection with the A31. Should your route then take you South West, there is a 13 mile dead straight road from La Gineta to Barrax, with open fields either side, allowing you to simply hold it against the stop for as long as you dare - too rural for the police to even bother with.
One of the best roads we found in Spain to date - a great surface for most of the rural sections where the roads twists its way through the mountains. Great for knee down work although respect is due when going through the villages. No police presence noted. Forms a good link with the Almansa - Pinoso route when heading North/South through Spain.
The road north from Pinoso is very open and straight, with a fairly good surface, however once past Yecla, it becomes like a race track with fast flowing bends, some longer straights, and good visibility all the time. Its also seems too rural to attract a police presence - well recommended for speed demons.