Have ridden many times from Teneterfield to Casino. The first part in my humble opinion is the best. Some lovely twisties once your out of T/field, until you get to Drake. Only ever saw one copper, and that was when a big ride was turning up at the pub in Drake. Drake is a nice stop for a drink and to look at the gold plated Harley, then off to Casino.
Great Road have driven it and am about to ride it, watch out for wild life and police, I am told by local police whom i Know its policed like crazy at weekends and holidays, i have had a Stag Jump out in front of my car through this section at 11am it was a big bugger as well, there are lots of roos about and the road claims 4 or 5 lifes a year but saying that it has awesome corners and is a great bit of road, ride it in the week and around lunch time when there is less wildlife about. make sure you got your sliders on you will use them :)www.on-board-video.com will post a video of the 15k bends soon
This 126 km ride along some great twisties and lovely sweepers travels from the Richmond River valley up the Great Dividing Range onto the New England Tableland. Fully sealed, it includes some blind corners and good surface most of the way, as well as a couple of really bumpy corners too. Care is required on parts of the twisty sections with some off-camber corners. Experienced riders will really enjoy a fang, whilst less experienced and average riders should take some sections easily. For a longer ride, start another 64 km to the East in the beautiful small town of Bangalow. Start with a full tank as there is no (or little) fuel between Casino and Tenterfield. A good half-way rest stop, just before the route rises up through the twistier sections is at Drake - with public toilets, park and a pub. Tenterfield has some attractions too.
Tenterfield, breakfast stop before hitting the Bruxner.