The A153 connects the market towns of Horncastle and Louth in The Lincolnshire Wolds, which is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. A delight to drive.
The A54 – A537 from Buxton to Macclesfield is the “Cat and Fiddle” named after the pub which lays at the summit, and what must be the most famous road around the Peak District particularly for bikers.
The EVO Triangle’s name comes from EVO Magazine who regularly use these roads to test drive cars for magazine features.
82 miles or alternative Forres to Blairgowrie 110 miles.
This is a route for the driver with bends almost all the way and vistas in all directions through the Cairngorms National Park and Strathdon or the alternative route over the Cairnwell into Glenshee.
Sent in by Allan of classicmghighlandcarhire.co.uk
Named as ‘One of the Greatest Drives in Britain’ by the AA, The A686, which runs from Penrith, through Alston (across the ‘roof’ of England) and down onto the A69 just after Haydon Bridge, is very popular particularly in the summer with bikers, and is great fun to drive.