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Steve Farrell  says:

Nominate the best place to live!

MCN wants your nominations for the best place in the UK for motorcyclists to live. We'll use your answers in a forthcoming feature. We're interested in places with access to great roads, bike meetings, events, tracks and races. We want to hear about cities, towns or villages but not entire counties or regions. It could be somewhere famous for a big...

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bikerpete51

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bikerpete51 says:

Best bike places.

Bournemouth must rank as one of the best places.  Big bike meet at Poole quay every Tuesday,  lots of twisty tarmac around Wimborne, Salisbury etc. and probably the kindest weather in the UK with little in the way of snow or ice. The local constabulary aren't too bad either...

 

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SatNavSteve

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SatNavSteve says:

tubad!

Yes, a nice road you mention, apart from the fact its always clogged with cars and coaches. How can you ignore the opposite direction where you can take the road up to Hartside Fell, one of the best roads in the country (as long as you don't bin it on the blind bends) or the A6 from Penrith down to Kendal over Shap, surely more desirable roads. And Windemere and Bowness, give them a miss and go to Wilfs cafe at Staveley a few miles up the road towards Kendal, excellent home-made food. No, I don't work for them or have a vested interest, they're just worth recommending.

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LoneStarWriter

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Best Place to Live for Bikers

Anywhere in Texas, USA

We have year around riding weather and one of the largest Biker Rallys in the world "Lone Star Rally" in Galveston Texas with over a half million bikers in attendance every year. (we call them rallys not meets here in the states)

 

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snev

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snev says:

Stupid Question

Heff's Mansion .......

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preunit

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preunit says:

Bognor

I like Bognor

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Rowdygimly

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Rowdygimly says:

N.Ireland

Lots of nice B roads very few police per person,plus only been stopped twice in five years and that was a routine stop.We do have the NorthWest 200 which is a bonus.

Need a little less rain though hehe.

 

 

 

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viaciofano

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viaciofano says:

box hill of course

All the roads to box hill but the main thing is looking at and talking bikes when you are there. its not just the area it has to be the meeting place. i have been going there since i was able to cycle there

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timowers

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timowers says:

The Cotswolds

Cote road from Brighthampton to the village of Aston in Oxfordshire. A fast road with lots of long bends of varying difficulty, no buildings, no side turnings with good visibility. Superb in any weather.

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TheReg

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TheReg says:

Best Place to Live

Wherever you are free to ride and have the roads to suit!

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bigbull

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bigbull says:

SCOTLAND

Scotland its got to be, if u hav been u know why... Head north of Glasgow or  Edinburgh and its a bikers heaven. So many of my biking mates who hav came up over the years agree. Leave Glw and ur lucky to encounter traffic and congestion for hours, just mile after mile of biking roads. Do the loop west coast to top Scotch as ur man Nick Sanders calls it then back down the East. Take 5 Days and hav a blast, take in Isle of Skye its like the TT without any Traffic Cops...

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