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#344042 - 22nd Aug 2009 1:30pm Best Biking Roads in the NorthWest?
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As it's a sunny day today, thought I'd go somewhere on the bike, but can't think of anywhere decent to go.

I've had a quick search and the B4391 near Bala comes up quite often but it's just a bit too late in the say to head out there.

Anyone know of any good biking roads in the North West?
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#344053 - 22nd Aug 2009 4:00pm Re: Best Biking Roads in the NorthWest? [Re: BMW Joe]
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#344055 - 22nd Aug 2009 4:10pm Re: Best Biking Roads in the NorthWest? [Re: Beemertastic]
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The road that runs from Ingleton to Hawes, just past Lancaster. Cracking road!!
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#344344 - 23rd Aug 2009 8:22pm Re: Best Biking Roads in the NorthWest? [Re: Wench]
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Originally Posted By: Beemertastic
the a5 past bethesda to betyscoed....

A few people have said the A5 thumbsup

Originally Posted By: Wench
The road that runs from Ingleton to Hawes, just past Lancaster. Cracking road!!


Looks like the B6255? Does look like a cracking road yes
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#344350 - 23rd Aug 2009 8:35pm Re: Best Biking Roads in the NorthWest? [Re: BMW Joe]
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Buttertubs pass?

Clarkson raves about that one wink

Theres also that weird triangle layout in north wales that all the car mags use
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#344376 - 23rd Aug 2009 10:09pm Re: Best Biking Roads in the NorthWest? [Re: BMW Joe]
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Originally Posted By: BMW Joe
Originally Posted By: Beemertastic
the a5 past bethesda to betyscoed....

A few people have said the A5 thumbsup

Originally Posted By: Wench
The road that runs from Ingleton to Hawes, just past Lancaster. Cracking road!!


Looks like the B6255? Does look like a cracking road yes


I used to help run the Old Hill Inn on that road so I'm biased but we used to get some cracking speeds up that road. Just be careful you don't lose Sausage though as it's a VERY undulating road. I've bounced on it once or twice and it's really not pleasant!!
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#344392 - 23rd Aug 2009 11:46pm Re: Best Biking Roads in the NorthWest? [Re: MGCraig]
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Buttertubs pass?

Clarkson raves about that one wink

Theres also that weird triangle layout in north wales that all the car mags use


the triangle is quite large, i'll get the link from another site who drives it alot if interested.
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#344418 - 24th Aug 2009 9:50am Re: Best Biking Roads in the NorthWest? [Re: MrPhil]
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the triangle is quite large, i'll get the link from another site who drives it alot if interested.

yes
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#344442 - 24th Aug 2009 11:41am Re: Best Biking Roads in the NorthWest? [Re: BMW Joe]
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There is a nice road from Mold - Denbigh then over the Denbigh Moors. Also the horseshoe pass to Llangollen and if you are up for a drive there is the Cat& Fiddle near Buxton.
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#345010 - 26th Aug 2009 6:00pm Re: Best Biking Roads in the NorthWest? [Re: AX_125]
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There is a nice road from Mold - Denbigh then over the Denbigh Moors. Also the horseshoe pass to Llangollen and if you are up for a drive there is the Cat& Fiddle near Buxton.


All good roads.
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#346115 - 1st Sep 2009 1:52am Re: Best Biking Roads in the NorthWest? [Re: Dave100e]
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#346138 - 1st Sep 2009 10:12am Re: Best Biking Roads in the NorthWest? [Re: Wheels]
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Cheers Wheels, found that site before.

Went down the Horseshoe pass yesterday and wasn't very impressed by it tbh.

Nice views, yes, but sheep in the middle of the road and getting stuck behind slow ass cars with no overtaking markings on the road and then getting stuck in traffic (ok, you can overtake now and again on the other side of the road) just not my idea of a good biking road no
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