A mix of two nice routes that others have posted, taking in a stop at Jack's Hill cafe for lunch. It's just how the run turned out on the day and was very enjoyable. Lots of nice scenery, loads of country pubs to discover and some good roads even out in the sticks. Hope you like it.
This is not a very long run but is a nice loop of great little roads in an area surrounded by other great roads. These roads are not about speed or getting your knee down. The road surface can have mud on it in places as well as loose gravel but the roads are interesting and will help hone your skills in a very nice area. As said there are plenty of nice roads in this area so get exploring.
some good twisty fast bends, best time is during the week when no sunday drivers are out
A nice flowing route that's relatively uncrowded (in South Eastern terms). Recommended stop on this route, the White Horse in Hackleton.
This is nice route if you are in the area. The A10 is the least interesting of the run but is added to make the loop but can of course be missed. Parts of the A1038/1039 are really nice with some great twists and elevated sections with pretty good scenery too. There are also lots of really pleasant little villages along the route and just off of it.