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      Yep also a good stretch of tarmac...

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      back road from Mintlaw to new Pitsligo lol... or the white cow woods road.

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      No Idea about road numbers! One of my favourites is the Granton on Spey over by Tomintoul and through The Lecht Ski Centre to Banchory! Fast and open with fantastic switchbacks and great crests and drops. It is often completely empty!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Ropemonkey View Post
      No Idea about road numbers! One of my favourites is the Granton on Spey over by Tomintoul and through The Lecht Ski Centre to Banchory! Fast and open with fantastic switchbacks and great crests and drops. It is often completely empty!
      The A939, the Old Military Road, Im on there a fair bit in the winter for the skiing, but I would imagine on a nice dry day with no snow on the road, it could be good fun.

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      Quote Originally Posted by kojak View Post
      The A939, the Old Military Road, Im on there a fair bit in the winter for the skiing, but I would imagine on a nice dry day with no snow on the road, it could be good fun.
      Aye Kojak, its a bit busy and slippy in the winter!

      The South side Loch Ness road to Fort Augustus is another cracker lots of loops off it round the wee Lochs and the fantastic corkscrew up from Inverfarigaig to the top road!

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      A701 Moffat to Edinburgh

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      My favourite...not sure of road numbers, but...

      A9 north to the Y junction that takes you off the Braco/Crieff road, then head over the moors road into Comrie, hang a left to St.Fillans, up the North side of Loch Earn to the head, then left back down to Callander, then to Stirling.

      You can also add in the Trossachs loop just North of Callander. Serious twisties (made my lad throw up the last time we done this road)

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