Titan wrote:It's been moved Robert
TaffZee wrote:The Evo triangle::
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jackal on PH wrote:i love your profile... an endless pornographic paroxysm of the letters BMW
do you actually like driving at all or are cars to you just a manifestation of some sort of pathological mother complex ?
Ian Kelly wrote:My favourite roads in UK are all in or around the Yorkshire Dales. Sunday morning, in the car at 6am or earlier in summer.
Ingleton to Hawes is awesome, a brilliant combination of fast sweepers, jumps, hairpins, etc. Stop for a bacon buttie in Hawes.
Then over to Buttertubs Pass and to Tan Hill. Some insane hairpins at the start, and crazy climbs and descents, the pass is mainly singletrack with plenty of sheep around, but when you get to the Tan Hill Inn, turn right through the pub carpark and stop on the left on the gravel at the top of the hill. The view is simply breathtaking over the Dales, almost savannah like in summer.!
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