|Member Since||January 9, 2006|
|Region||North West England, United Kingdom|
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This is a good road as part of a circuit we do out in Cheshire. From the lights a Monks Heath there is a long uphill straight, a bit bumpy but id adds to the fun. You can keep your speed up on this road more towards the middle (slow up for the village) but there are a few knee down corners which are superb, a couple of blind crests on bends which are good as nothing un-towards like junctions after them. We do this road on a regular basis as its so good and like i said its part of a circuit that takes appx 90 mins. Have only seen 2 coppers in all the times i have ridden it one in blue volvo estate unmarked. watch for a couple of places where farmers have left crap on the road (suprise!) and hope you enjoys it as much as i do. Also follow for Jodrell Bank that is a great Road, will add that as a seperate route.
I also tend to agree with the second reveiw but would add a few extra points for any of you that may decide to ride this road. We normally ride this road in the summer between 7-9pm so its quiet anyway but make sure you give it some respect, get to know it first as some of it takes you by suprise, adversed cambers, 90 degree bends and it quite narrow. We call it the "Roller Coast" its up and down all the way, and if you like getting airbourne this is one for you.In parts its hard to keep the front wheel on the deck. I dont ride this road too often as it really can get tricky if you keep pushing it. If you ride it back from Buxton to Congleton is nothing like the first run so take note, down hill 100% concentration required as always. hope you enjoy it.