Every biker appreciates a patch of tarmac and is constantly on the lookout for a good stretch of road. Here are some of UK’s finest motorcycle drives:
The Cat and Fiddle from Buxton to Macclesfield
The Cat and Fiddle is an 11 km long strip of tarmac road that moves through the peak district between Buxton and Macclesfield. There is a 50 km speed limit imposed on the road because it has been named one of the most dangerous roads in the world, still it has not deterred the bikers to test their skills here.
The Antrim Coast Road in Northern Ireland
Joey Dunlop is said to be the greatest motorcycling legend of all time, and it is believed that he broke his first leather on this very road. Popularly known as the most biker friendly highway in the world, you will also find that the NW200 is setup in a nearby area, and so those of you who are looking to enter the world of motorcycle racing should definitely visit this place once.
The A82 Highway from Glasgow to Inverness
While zooming across the countryside from Glasgow to Inverness, you will notice one of the most amazing Scottish landscapes. The picturesque view makes the ride even more enjoyable. The route is full of bars, B&Bs, hotels and campsite locations. If possible, tag along some of your friends, too!
Ludlow to Cleobury – Shropshire
A biker friendly road that will take you through the mountain sides of Shropshire. The descent can be a bit of a challenge, especially when you are traveling at high speeds between Ludlow and Cleobury. The A4117 Clee Hill road is one of the most biker friendly roads you will find in the UK.
So these are some tarmac options that you have in the UK as a biker. Make sure you know your roads before you put on your helmet.