Head south out of Ainsa on the A138 and you'll be high on
adrenalin before the tyres are even warm. You'll soon
forget that you're hungover as you crank it right over
into long sweeping left after long sweeping right.
Repeat for 46k all the way to Barbastro.
Plenty of stopping places along...
A138 and N260 combined review from Ainsa to El Grado
Meet some other brit riders in Tafalla the night
before who raved over this road, starts off going
up into the mountains then the bends never seem to
stop, at Ainsa take a right,you follow the most
beautiful blue lake (Embalse ...
Spectacular. Off road track that can be made with a Roadster. Better in july to september.
I like entering into the desert by north. From Carcastillo take the NA-534. The road goes slightly up and some where before the top of the slope, turn right. Theres a sign indecating Bardenas Reales ...
A great sweeping route which has some nice elevation and scenery. My favourite section is north out of El Royo where you climb on a series of 80mph sweepers and then descend over the other side on some absolutely great corners. Just a shame my gear selector screw decided to snap near the main north-...
We tried to take the first right as you head North out of
Torla with a plan of getting right into the heart of
Ordesa National Park, but soon realised that the bikes
weren't cut out for this terrain. The track as it turned out
to be climbs from 900 metres to 2200 in a few ks.
Espectacular ruta que va de la costa cantábrica hasta la Rioja por el puerto
de los Tornos, el pantano de Sobrón con su central nuclear de Garoña
en un entorno espectacular, y vuelta por Oña. Comer en Cuzcurrita de rio
Tirón no tiene precio.
A very varied section that climbs spectacularly up a mountain, then ducks into a 5k tunnel. After that it twists and turns like crazy before some higher speed corners on the way to Benabarre. Well worth a look. Pont de Suert and the excellent N260 cross this route at about the halfway point (perhaps...
Good road which, in conjuction with the N110 and SO920(as a shortcut),makes a longish but worthwhile detour.
The SO920 in itself is a fantastic road with tight hairpins, open straights, and the occasional village - well worth the effort while the N110 is more open, faster, and the scenery a little ...
Would class this as 'exeptional' if it weren't for the traffic. If you can catch it on a clear day (as i have previously0 you can really get a move on. But, you need only one HGV to spoil it for you. Stunning through the gorge and partly why the N-260 is a favourite amongst us bkers. Enjoy the vids ...
La Seu d'Urgell - Sort section
An unbelievably good road across the pyrenees which runs from quite close to the Andorran border down to the town of Sort. There are many fast open corners with great visibility, allowing you to use road width to the full. This is one of if not the best roa...
Found this stretch almost by accident, but boy what a find! It has recently been resurfaced near Isona and is a joy with continuous nadgery and good cambers on most of the bends. Almost as good as the nearby C1311, but a different feel and landscape, though you will need to stop to look at...!
Very narrow in places with drops ranging from small to severe. The road crosses the river several times. In the summer the road is one way up only but the round trip is worth it for the views alone at any time.
This is not a quick road and possibly wouldn't suit sports bikes - stop and admir...