The perfectly curved road with long evenly distributed curves that allows for a smooth but yet challenging driving. The two lanes offers safety from meeting cars. Very little traffic means that you dont have to overtake so much. A very nice drive indeed!
In south (Kopsuontie) is very nice road with more and more nice corners if you ride from south to north. And a very nice bridge just before Kalkkinen -village.
From Kalkkinen to Valkjärvi the road is gravel!! (7km\'s) Then few km\'s is in bad condition (rural) and last 11km\'s (Marjoniementie) is spectacular road with lots of very nice corners!
Nice 12km's and quite narrow countryside road!
Finnish archipelago road with some very nice corners. Starts (or ends) from ferry!
This is part of the ring road of Archipelago (Finland).
Very pleasant ride...
Nice countryside road with a lots of nice corners.
Spectacular bridge-scenery in the north!
Nice and pleasant finnish countryside road. The road is in very good condition and you ride with a good speed. It is still full of nice corners...
The video is from North (Suomusjärvi) to South (Perniö)
Small roads with great turns.
This is MUST for every biker, need about 3 days, lot of islans, lot of ferry bridges and ferries, only by payment, very nice road
From Tampere or from Jyväskylä to north the roads are mostly quite booring and its not easy to find any good and interesting roads.
Well, heres my recommendation for the way to Middle- and North-Botnia (Kokkola/ Vattajanniemi oe Kalajoki sand beaches).
This is Mostly small countryside roads. Some very nice scenery on the way, small villages and much more to see! No Big cities at all!!
You might even get surprised about some corners and curves every now and then!
From Imatra starts a very nice 38 kms thats actually better to drive from north to south! That way the route gets better and better to the end.
Niska-Pietiläntie is a museum road so the surface is a little bit in bad condition.
Be careful with the tractors and other machinery!
From Kuninkaantien ABC (Gas Station) to South the road changes smaller and smaller (slower and slower). First there are some nice countryside scenery with fast corners. Later the corners are tighter and you have to be careful.
At the south end of the route the road is very narrow and the houses are very close to the road -drive slowly there!
First from Vihti to Herrakunta it's low speed limit and nothing special. Then next 7km's is with very nice corners!
Then Next 7km's is quite straight where you can speed up!
From Vihtijärvi to Kytäjä it's hazardous with very tight corners ans possibly gravel on the road -be careful. From Kytäjä to Hyvinkää Gas stations it's again mostly straight but there are few tight corners...
In this route there's lots of different scenery and many kind of roads!
Very nice lake scenery, some very nice corners. Some parts of the road are in excellent condition, some parts are in very poor condition. Be careful with the deers jumping on the road!
Nice curves and corners, some nice up and downs too. You can keep the speed quite well.
Lots of curves after curves after curves. Very tight corners, be careful with the cars coming against you! Very challenging road.
If you start from road 52 this changes to gravel after 10km's.
In Lapland the roads are mostly straight, but this has some curves and very nice lappish lake views.
Don't drive too fast -lots of raindeers!
First from Mikkeli to Puumala (road 62) it is a nice and big road with some greatest lake views then from Puumala to Sulkava (roads 434 & 435) it's very nice road with lots of curves where you can still keep the speed.
Some bumps and some sand... but mostly just curves after curves...
This road is a part of the medieval road running through South Finland from west to east. The road line is mostly original and due to this, very 'curly'. The region is one of the earliest and longest populated in Finland. Begin your afternoon in the cafe of the Inkoo boat harbour and then start. The first 4 km distance of the route is gravel covered, but the rest is well paved. Stop at the historical village Fagervik to have a look in the historical iron factory (stopped in year 1902). Near the village Snappertuna you meet the ruins of the medieval castle Raseborg. The road itself is very interesting and challenging to drive. The medieval road profile is made for horses and this makes the route very surprising to drive when governing one-two hundred modern horse powers. But do it, this old 'King's Road' is worth to experience.