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A guide to riding your motorbike in Ashford

Ashford Kent

Best biker roads in and around Ashford

Gorgeous streets

Biker friendly accommodation in and around Ashford

Most popular biker meeting places in and around Ashford

A guide to riding your motorbike in Ashford

Located on the southern edge of the North Downs, at the banks of the River Great Stour, Ashford is one of the largest towns in the county of Kent.

Ashford has been a market town for many centuries. Part of this fame is because of the town’s shopping culture.

Ashford has a population of over 75000 people. The town’s strategic location and large population has made it a center for commercial and economic development. Due to the thriving market scene and the many historical landmarks around the town of Ashford, it attracts many tourists and travelers from the surrounding areas.

Because of these factors, if you plan to sell your bike in Ashford, you would have made a good decision because Ashford is one of the best places in Kent to look for prospective buyers.

Ashford is located close to excellent winding roads and even international racing tracks that bring motorcycle enthusiasts from all over the world. The following activities will help you socialize with more bikers in and around the North Downs and find someone who will take care of your machine.

A guide to riding your motorbike in Ashford

Best biker roads in and around Ashford

Ashford – Brenzett – Folkestone – Maidstone – Sittingbourne – Chilham – Ashford roundabout

The figure-of-eight route from Ashford takes you to the southern coastal roads of Hythe and Folkestone and through the rural fields of Kent to give a complete experience of the Garden of England.

Start at the A2070 on the outskirts of Ashford towards Brenzett and then take the A259 to Folkestone via Hythe. You can then take the A20 all the way north to the outskirts of Maidstone and then turn east towards Sittingbourne and back down south to Ashford via Chilham. Although the route is enjoyable, there are plenty of speed cameras between Brenzett and Folkestone and on the outskirts on Sittingbourne.

Ashford – Canterbury –  Barham – Dover – Rye – Tenterden – Ashford roundabout

If you want to avoid the speed cameras but enjoy the picturesque countryside of Kent, then southern Kent roundabout provides the perfect opportunity.

Start by taking the A252 eastbound from the outskirts of Ashford and continue to Canterbury using the A28. Then, turn south towards Dover on the A2 and take the A20 westwards crossing the outskirts of Folkestone. Once you reach Rye, turn northwards and cross Tenterden then turn to the east and return to Ashford.

Best biker roads in and around Ashford

Biker friendly accommodation in and around Ashford

Biker friendly accommodation in and around Ashford

Camping Park: Located in the midst of the beautiful countryside of Kent, the camping park provides plenty of opportunity to explore relax and explore the surrounding area. The camping site is located close to many local attractions including Battle Abbey, rugged coastlines, sandy beaches, ancient castles, gardens and a variety of eating places that serve locally sourced food. You may even visit the nearby historic cities of London Town and Canterbury. The camping site welcomes travelers from all walks of life, including bikers and provides ample parking space for your vehicle.

Little Fowle Hall Oast: Little Fowle Hall Oast is located in Paddock Wood, which lies to the west Ashford and it offers Bed and Breakfast services in a quiet, rural setting.

This was previously a Kentish Oast house and still retains the large surrounding gardens. They provide fresh towels and bed linen, laundry and ironing facilities, luggage storage space, free WiFi and basic toiletries to their guests. Little Fowle Hall Oast also provides a secure parking to keep bikes safe and bike washing facilities to help maintain the vehicle.

Most popular biker meeting places in and around Ashford

Blue and White Cafe

The Blue and White Cafe is located off the A20 in the Smeeth region of Ashford, Kent and offers lunch and breakfast services to guests. They provide off-road parking for bikers.

The place is extremely popular with travelers in the area during Sundays as the A20 provides the perfect opportunity for a ride. The staff is friendly here and the place serves good quality, home cooked meal for a reasonable price. The strategic location also gives visitors an opportunity to explore the nearby areas without leaving the A20.

Airport Cafe

Located off Ashford Road in Lympne, The Airport Cafe is a popular eatery that serves travelers, tourists and locals alike. They serve a range of home cooked food and alcoholic drinks to guests and is a popular venue for breakfast and lunches.

The Airport Cafe is known to be warm and inviting, and the staff maintains a relaxed atmosphere throughout the day. They offer indoor and outdoor seating arrangements, off road parking to keep vehicles secure and they host a number of events for car clubs. The Airport Cafe is open on all days, but is extremely popular amongst bikers and other guests during Sundays.

Biker friendly accommodation in and around Ashford
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