De Panne (Belgium) - Saint-Omer (France)

(4) 33 kms
ajsfwu | May 28, 2012 | Europe > France Motorcycle Roads > Nord-Pas-de-Calais
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May 28, 2012 -

This was a route a friend and I stumblled across whilst in Belgium/France for the weekend.The route starts with fairly long straight sections through the countryside with nice open fast corners, but as you approach Saint-Omer you go into a forest and roads become a bit more twisty. So the route has a bit of everything. Personally I liked the strech from Steenvorde to Saint-Omer most.We did it on a sunny Sunday in May, and there were so many bikers out along this route, and virtually no cars. Its as if the entire population of France gets on a bike on a sunday! The route was not busy at all either, traffic was virtually non-existent.When you arrive at the square in Saint-Omer indicated on the route, there are usually a few bikers hanging out and cruising around.To be honest, this route was great, but I reckon a lot of the rural roads in this part of France are equally as good, so just go out and find them!Enjoy

ajsfwu
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