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Old 23-04-19, 03:18 PM   #251
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Good to know lads, guess that's why it made the Bikers Britain book
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Old 23-04-19, 04:17 PM   #252
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Isn't it just. I was on the 4212 a couple of weeks back, the long sweep around the lake is just fantastic. As you say, excellent visibility too so it's easy to 'make progress'
Unfortunately the police like to monitor people "making progress" on the A4212 and reward them with a picture in the post.
Not been caught out, but they usually have some civilian helpers out on a weekend to keep us all safe.

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Old 23-04-19, 04:50 PM   #253
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Unfortunately the police like to monitor people "making progress" on the A4212 and reward them with a picture in the post.
Not been caught out, but they usually have some civilian helpers out on a weekend to keep us all safe.

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Unfortunately the police like to monitor people "making progress" on the A4212 and reward them with a picture in the post.
Not been caught out, but they usually have some civilian helpers out on a weekend to keep us all safe.

They had average speed cameras on a stretch of the 4214.

It was the B4407 that really got the adrenaline flowing and whilst keeping within the legal limits

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Old 23-04-19, 06:15 PM   #254
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They had average speed cameras on a stretch of the 4214.

It was the B4407 that really got the adrenaline flowing and whilst keeping within the legal limits

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Was down that road on Sunday, that's where the pic above was taken

It's a bit bouncy in places.

Edit: pic is on the other thread. Doh

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Old 23-04-19, 09:05 PM   #255
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So many great roads, so little time!
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