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  • Member Since : August 27, 2013
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  • Region : South West England, United Kingdom
  • Motorcycle : Triumph Speed Triple
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Latest Entries By This User

Normandy Blat : Brécey - Gorron - Carrouges - Alençon

Basse-Normandie > France > Europe
September 14, 2014 - 4 star route rating Motorcycle Road4.0

Great twisties and undulating countryside. Roads that bikes were made for!


St Malo - Beaumont

Bretagne (Brittany) > France > Europe
September 11, 2014 - 4 star route rating Motorcycle Road4.0

Great combination of open sweepers with some more technical sections and a cracking ride to drop you in towards Le Mans...


A Little Bit Of Everything : Potes - Puerto de Tana

Vasco (Basque),Navarra/La... > Spain > Europe
September 9, 2013 - 5 star route rating Motorcycle Road5.0

This is a real cracker of a route - from Ojedo through to Riano is predominantly tight & twisty with excellent surfaces. As you approach Riano from the East the road opens up into some fantastic sweepers which sets the scene all the way up to the provincial border. A real gem!


Na-214 : Navascués - Burgui

Vasco (Basque),Navarra/La... > Spain > Europe
August 21, 2011 - 5 star route rating Motorcycle Road4.7

The Na-214 (not 124 as in the vid) is only 15k long, but you can have a great time in a short distance. I missed the first few k's on the video because the camera was on pause. Luckily for me a wasp got in to my daughter's jacket, stinging her twice, and forcing her to stop. It was then that I noticed the camera. Good girl Sarah, took one for the team :) A real fun stretch of road with knee down opportunities everywhere, or take your time and enjoy the views. Great stuff :)


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El Royo : Covaleda - Almarza

Aragon > Spain > Europe
August 27, 2013 - 4 star route rating Motorcycle Road4.0

A great sweeping route which has some nice elevation and scenery. My favourite section is north out of El Royo where you climb on a series of 80mph sweepers and then descend over the other side on some absolutely great corners. Just a shame my gear selector screw decided to snap near the main north-south road (didn\'t stop the fun for long though thanks to a brilliant local bike shop!)


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