typical great Ardennes style road. great corners. loads of greenery with variable surface. good fun
An old horse track of 40cms. Widened to about 5 metres in 2011. A very steep and quite dangerous serious of switchbacks, one of the most famous and dangerous roads in this area. Well worth a look ;)
Pleasant little twisty road in nice surroundings. bit bumpy and a some potholes but fun
Beautiful desert scenery with nice curves in the middle part
A really nice forest riding route with nice flowing curves.
Not an exceptional road for motorcycling per se, but a road of stunning natural scenery and amazing views and one of the area's main touristic routes. Well worth a visit
Fun uphill/downhill section with nice corners.
Pleasant, flowing and scenic, this road follows the river in places and has some nice corners to enjoy
Amazingly bumpy and beautiful road with spectacular views and scenery. best suited to trail or dual sport bikes.
Nice flowing road with some very enjoyable curves.
A picture postcard switchback road, comparable to Stelvio or similar
Beautiful twisty biking road in wonderful nature
Rising to nearly 4500m at its highest point the Saach Pass or Death Road is a famous himalayan road. Surface is very bad and safety not really a priority but the spectacular views and unique sense of danger from height have made this route kind of a legend and popular for tourists seeking a thrill.
Simply fantastic corners if you want to go for it, its great.
Really nice hilly section with some great corners
Pleasant little ride
Nice road for riding
Nice fun little ride
Fun easy flowing section
Hilly rural route. Good fun
Some nice curves on this rural road
Pleasant rural route
Excellent tight rural sections on good surface. Recommended by the german tourist board for motorcyclists
A nice ride around and some fantastic roads near Kaiserslauten
Leaving Trier going east on minor roads. Quiet and fun, 160kms
Nice selection of good twisties and easy rural roads with good surface. A nice way to spend a few hours
Rural Saarland, good roads and nice landscapes. Route recommended for motorcyclists by the German tourist board
Scenic Germany, nice quiet roads and historic towns near the french border
200kms of the beautiful Eifel area, rivers forests, good roads and nice towns. This route is recommended by the German tourist board for motorcyclists.
100km rural Eifel tour. Recommended by the local tourism office
Following the Mosel valley SW from Koblenz, this area of stunning natural beauty is a delight for bikers. Route recommended by local tourist office
173kms of the beautiful eifel area near Trier, many nice corners and places of interest. Route recommended by local bikers
130kms through the beautiful Eifel region in Germany. Along rivers, over rolling hills, forests and lots of nice places to stop. Recommended route by the local tourist office in Trier.
150kms of the beautiful German Eifel as recommended by the local tourist board. Enjoy!
Scenic route through this beautiful part of Germany, many nice curves. Route recommended by the tourist office in Trier
Tourist loop recommended for bikers by the German Tourist office in Trier
Romantic Road Complete Route provided courtesy of Billy Gregor
About 400kms of the South West of England, taking in national parks and seaside towns. Good riding, interesting places and a nice environment
Starting around Lago Trasimeno, then taking in some great biking passes down to Todi and on to Assisi and Perugia and ending up back at the lake
Great route through the Monti Sibillini National Park and taking in Ascoli
35kms in the area of the Cat and Fiddle in Derbyshire
Nice selection of corners and scenary on this 220km section
This is a loop of about 215kms around Brittainy. A great introduction to Biking in this area and can be conveniently started in Roscoff if youre getting off the boat
About 230kms of Alsation landmarks and points and passes of interest including Les Vosges and Ballon DAlsace.
A 400 mile blast that was written by David from BestBikingRoads.com for Bike Magazine in the UK, featured in the Great Weekends article of Bike Aug 2005
120kms in the Swiss Alps, taking in the Grimselpass, Nufenenpass and Andermatt.