Driving the Britain's bendiest roads
In a country where hairpins are rare, there are 10 roads in Great Britain that are much more than a line between two points. Some British roads are so bendy they exert the kind of forces you would expect on a racetrack.
|B3081||Cann Common to Tollard Royal||Dorset/Wiltshire|
|A686||Penrith to Melmerby||Cumbria|
|A537||Macclesfield to Buxton||Cheshire/Derbyshire|
|A466||Monmouth and Staunton||Monmouth|
|A4061||Pricetown and Treorchy||Rhondda, Wales|
|A157||Louth to Mablethorpe||Lincolnshire|
|B2130||Godalming to Cranleigh||Surrey|
|B6270||Keld and Reeth||North Yorkshire|
|A39||Bridgwater to Minehead||Somerset|
|B797||Mennock to Warnlockhead||Dumfries and Galloway|
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