Almost no traffic and beautiful forest and country scenery are the biggest attractions to this route. There are some very nice twisty sections, but it´s hard to get into a nice rhythm because they only last for a minute or two before you get to another village or straight bit of road.\r\n\r\nThe surface is clean and smooth, but the road itself is a bit narrow with some blind crests and corners, so beware oncoming drivers who sometimes don´t stay completely to their side of the road.\r\n\r\nIf you have a powerful bike, some sections will allow you use that performance for quick bursts of acceleration between and out of corners.\r\n\r\nIt takes about an hour to ride this route, and there are other interesting routes in the area that connect to it, so overall quite an enjoyable ride.
Surprisingly, a very good moto-biking road! This is not a very self-evident thing concerning the nowadays Polish country roads. But I recommend to take this theoretical 'risk' by biking these country roads, for to see the very nice Eastern EU-Europe of today, as well as the splended Medieval Prussian environment and cultural heritage! Almost all the roads in the Polish regions Warmia and Mazury (former East Prussia)are worth to bike and enjoy. Check yoyr gas hand, the roads are very attractive to trial your skill.