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Old 13-03-06, 04:02 PM   #1
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Hi guys,

Post your favourite roads / routes here. Keep it on-topic

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Old 15-03-06, 11:18 PM   #2
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For a quick 20 Minute Run coming from Egham or off the A30 (Handy when testing from South West Suzi or Jack Lilleys):

From Virginia Water - head towards Chobham (along the speedy straight) - Left at the second Roundabout (go round them both a few times) - towards Chobham - First Left and then back towards Longcross (B386) Turn Left anywhere there back to Virginia Water and home.

For a Little Longer:

We mentioned the Pirbright Twisties - Head down the A30 - take the B3015 exit after Bagshot towards Deepcut - follow it all the way down over the single lane bridge and then left on to the B3012 towards Pirbright. Turn right just after the railway bridge... a nice twisty road around the hill onto Frimley Road.

EDIT: Add on Bourley Road which runs off the A325 out of Farnborough (is only 40mph... but fun ). You can link through from Frimley Road above, onto the A3011 around the massive right hand bend linked by roundabouts (so can be a massive left hand bend too ) - go left past Infinity and take the second roundabout left onto the A325.

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Old 24-08-06, 12:06 AM   #3
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How about this...

Begin Petworth A272 heading East towards Wisborough Green a niiice long straight to warm you up, and fun all the way to Wis. Grn slow down to legal on the hill at speed control marks quick! Gaffers like to wait there (seen them twice)...legalish all the way to Billingshurst get through there staying on A272 then kick it again between junctions(quite away apart) up to A24 hang a right there to washington roundabout turn left A283 and kick it again heading towards brighton A27 junction left onto A27(Brighton) and kick it... Exit onto A23 North(London) Exit A272 west kick it upto A24 now you have a choice...1.pull up have a Mac's on otherside of lights 2. Head back down a mad A272 and hang a leftat A29 and goto Bury Hill for a bit o' showboating then back through Fittleworth onto Petworth or What we tend to do is hang a right and head for a bit o' fun at Box Hill! Mmmm choices, choices and the Old Bill only seem to appear at Box Hill maybe I'm lucky anyway enjoy the ride
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Old 24-08-06, 06:35 PM   #4
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My favourite ride out is from box hill, take the A25 west towards Guildford, turn left onto the b2126, right on the b2127, then follow it onto the b2128. All three of these are lovely little twisties that take you through some great countryside.

That takes you up to godalming, then take the a3100 south to Milford, then take either the a286 or 283 south towards Chichester: Doesn't matter which, they're both lovely fast sweepers and whichever you take south, you take the other one on the return journey anyway.

I sometimes take a slight detour at the A272 to go see me muvva in Bishops Waltham, if not I just head towards chichester, then turn around and take whichever of the 283 or 286 i didn't take coming down. great for a sunday thrash! Good pubs for food on the way too, and if you wanna take a detour to Brighton, it's only a couple of miles. I'm getting the hunger now....
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Old 12-03-07, 09:46 AM   #5
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Here are some rides within the general vicinity that were in a freebie booklet I got last year.

I've not actually tried any of them yet, but I thought this was a good place to post them:




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Old 12-03-07, 02:21 PM   #6
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Im stuggling work out that all 3 rides take 2 hours, yet vary in distance from 40 miles, to 105!! LOL

The middle brands blaster is one of my fav routes and highly recomended. I get round to posting my fav route(s) soon.
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Old 12-03-07, 02:28 PM   #7
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note the word "nutritous" at foxes
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Old 27-03-07, 12:19 PM   #8
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Here's another route via Fox's Diner. Start at the lay by on the A355 (Slough) to the A413, onto the 329/4074 to Fox's. Back via Goring, the A329, A33 and 272 making your way back to Boxhill.

I've done it a bit at a time but never got round to doing the whole thing. Must put that on the list of to do's.


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Old 27-03-07, 09:31 PM   #9
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That looks like a good day out - takes in a lot of the best roads in the area (excluding the Pirbright twisties) . Breakfast at Foxs - late lunch at Boxhill. Nice one. The only one I havent tried is that link from Reading to Basingstoke.
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Old 28-03-07, 07:58 AM   #10
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That looks like a good day out - takes in a lot of the best roads in the area (excluding the Pirbright twisties) . Breakfast at Foxs - late lunch at Boxhill. Nice one. The only one I havent tried is that link from Reading to Basingstoke.
Man you haven't ridden the A33 ???

That's like a "rights of passage" in these parts.... See you there Saturday

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