Nice run over backroad to the coast magnificent view of Slemish and North Antrim plateau pleasant coastal ride before going back to Ballymena by Glenariff
Nice Saturday spin for L-bikers ,nice view
part of the Wild Atlantic way well worth a visit very rural ridibg
Route takes in small twisty roads forests lakes hills and some amazing scenery. Did this run today as part of a charity ride out. It's a long run but well worth it
From Londonderry follow main road to Strabane some beautiful views of the River Foyle cross into ROI at Lifford and head for Ballyshannon through Donegal Hills enter NI and head for Enniskillen then Omagh
Ride along the path of the River Bann from Coleraine and Castle Roe to near Kilrea crossing the Bann to visit Dunlop brothers memorial garden in Ballymoney before heading to Portrush - Portstewart - Coleraine to complete a lap of the North West 200 circuit
As anyone who has ridden this road knows. Its extremely technical, and needs to be thought-out before you take off like a head-less chicken, thinking that you are Gods gift to motorcycling. It takes extremely good observation and positioning skills, and a lot of knowing your own limitations, and your machines.
If you ride with a group, it can be a rewarding blat, and there is definetly a feel-good factor at the end, especially if you have the confidence to go via the Torr head route, which is NOT! for the faint hearted! Ride the road that i believe is probably the most technical in the U.K. A good Enhanced Advanced ride: If you dare be that progressive.
This Antrim Coast Road or the A.2. does exist, as we took 21 people over it in the summer, and also the PSNI used to train their pursuit car and motorcyclists along it at; I know this, because thats were i got my instructors certificate..eventually! ha! ha! (So it is there.)