Touring North Wales For A Wet Weekend

Discussion in 'Rideouts, Trackdays, Touring & Spotted' started by MoreT, Jul 31, 2022.

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  1. MoreT

    MoreT Senior Member

    Jun 12, 2022
    Started raining the minute I crossed border into Wales, the sun came out as I arrived back in England.

    Journey out I followed the A5 into Wales. A5 is a beautiful road.

    Camped North of Holyhead. 2 nights.
    Cheap site, nice farmer. Toilets but no showers.
    Great views. In a field but it didn't get muddy despite the rain.

    Bangor was so so. But cross the Menai Suspension Bridge north and stop there for a bite.

    On return I took the A55 coast road and stopped at the Old Store Motorcycle Café in Wrexham

    and couldn't help but pass through Matlock via Stoke on Trent. Had a steak and kidney pie at Charle's

    Another 800 or so miles to the bike.


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  2. MoreT

    MoreT Senior Member

    Jun 12, 2022
    Oh and narrowly missed a deer on a dual carriageway just south of Oxford.
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  3. Bolosun

    Bolosun Well-Known Member

    Aug 25, 2020
    I was at the track in Anglesey Friday. Glorious day. We stayed over in Bangor, as you say it is ok ish. But we did go to an excellent Indian for dinner.
  4. philc1381

    philc1381 Active Member

    Jan 4, 2020
    North Notts uk
    Same happened to me years ago on a weeks holiday with the kids Sunny in England rained all week in Wales sunny when we got back home, still enjoyed it though. Going to North Wales in the beginning of September, starting from North Notts so I'll call in at the Old Store Motorcycle cafe either on the way there or back and I might try the Ponderosa cafe on the Horse shoe pass . My old bones won't take a camping trip so I'm taking the easy way with B&B at Betws-y-Coed.
    Great looking bike.
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