|Ardenne & Eifel Aventures|
B&B and Tours
Beautiful Ardennes, Belgium
Fast and undulating country carriageway, through lovely English countryside
Picturesque with twists
A little bit of everything.
Good ride over to Wantage.
Nice selection of roads especially done early. Beware the blind rise and right corner that comes out of nowhere near burton le goggles
Anti CW loop via dambuster pub, has it all.
Circular Sunday rude, via JackHills biker friendly cafe
General tour around the Peaks
various changes in road types a good afternoon evening run
various road types from twisty to fast sweeping. loads of elevation changes and all on good road surface.
Excellent mix of fast and curves, more emphasis on the curves. Spectacular view between two mountains for part, nice views along lough shore for others
Nice Cirencester to Bourton-on-the-Water ride from Bike magazine. November 2018
Personal favourite when I cant sleep
I route I use for some advanced training taking in some rural 50s then pushing onto some really nuice rural nationals. Points of interest along the way:
Avebury - Some lovely bends, a nice pub and some big stones. Well worth going through twice.
Hackpen White Horse, Alton Barnes White Horse and the Uffington White Hourse
Wantage - Couple of nice cafes there for a brew
gona try this one tomoz
One road with plenty of good corners
Decent ride but watch for cameras
Mostly hampered by the 50's in Derbyshire. The route wouldn't let me plot what we actually rode - for clarity, we drove from Monyash through Crowdecote (sharp hill bends - 1st gear) to Longnor then hung a left as per the route. Second discrepancy is at Meerbrook, we turned left at the Lazy Trout and followed that section up and over the roaches- at one point it's very steep and gated, but it does bring you back up to the Leek-Buxton road just prior to the Winking Man pub and although it's steep and gated, it's views are awesome.
Stopped at Yonderman cafe on the way out after 90 minutes, Leek for a stroll although Buxton would be a better midway lunch point.