Advice and Tips // 13 March 2018
Routes for the keen biker and the best cafés along the way
Because of its hills and many bends, The Cat & Fiddle is regarded as one of the most exciting and technically challenging rides for bikers. However, watch out as it’s also one of the most dangerous roads in the UK.
If you find yourself on The Cat & Fiddle, make sure you stop at The Winking Man for a proper biker’s breakfast and the chance to meet with other bike enthusiasts.
Winding downhill through the Worcestershire countryside, Fish Hill is a biker’s dream. At the top, look out for miles around over open fields and then head downhill to navigate the many twists and turns below.
Stop at The Trumpet Inn to recharge before heading back out on the hills.
Rising to 1,200ft, the Horseshoe Pass snakes up the mountainside through the North Wales Hills. Boasting a backdrop of slate and green carpeted hills, you’re offered amazing views once you hit the top.
The Ponderosa Café marks the peak, making it the perfect stop to eat before your descent. A famous spot for bikers, the only thing likely to top the amazing scenery is the variety of bikes that can be seen!