The Rutland TT

The Rutland TT

The Rutland TT is a well known 92-mile circular route around Rutland Water. The route can be done either clockwise or anti-clockwise and passes places such as Melton Mowbray, East Langton, Medbourne, Uppingham, Market Harborough, Morcott, Great Casterton, Ryhall, Corby Glenn, Old Somerby and Easton.

B3212 – Exeter to Yelverton

The B3212 starts just to the West of Exeter and passes under the A30 and then past Moretonhampstead until after 30 miles it reaches it’s end at Yelverton. Check out the B3212 page over at SABRE for loads of useful info about his road.

Melton Mowbray to Spalding

Starting in Melton Mowbray follow the B676 (Saxby Road) signposted Bourne, after 13 miles you will come across the junction with the A1, here go straight across onto the A151 (If your hungry you can always stop here at the A1 Truck Stop) and keep on this road through Bourne Read more…

Yorkshire Loop

This fantastic 100 miles loop starts in Ripon but once you’re out into the Yorkshire countryside the views and the roads are some of the best in the UK, I always like to stop in Hawes for an ice cream. I always start in Ripon as I always seem to Read more…

A57 – Snake Pass

Another great road in the Peak District, The Snake Pass goes from Glossop towards Sheffield via the A57, this road has it all, fast open straights, tight moorland bends, heavily wooded sections and a great view of the ladybower reservoir. I like to turn right on to the A6013 towards Read more…