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Sell my motorbike in Lincoln

Sell my motorbike in Lincoln

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Advice for bikers riding in Lincoln

Lincoln is the county town and largest city in Lincolnshire. There are many old buildings in the city, constructed in the English Gothic fashion. There are many other popular attractions too, like the Life in Lincolnshire Museum. Note that entry is free to the museum.

Lincoln is a starting point for bike ride-outs into the county. Consequently, bike meet ups are regularly held here. There are a number of biker friendly cafes and inns in the city. The city encourages tourists, seeing how it derives a substantial amount of its income from tourists.

Motorbiking routes in Lincoln

There are many routes that go out from Lincoln. In the east, you have the Lincolnshire Wolds In the west, some distance away is the Peak District National Park. You can also ride to gainborough, Sleaford, Scunthorpe, Mansfield and other places from Lincoln. There are plenty of pubs and hotels on the way. But please don’t drink and drive.

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This roundabout route covers about 409 km. It starts from Lincoln, passes through Gainsborough, Sheffield, Stockport, Buxton, Matlock, Chesterfield, Newark-On-Trent and back to Lincoln. You will also pass through Peak District National Park. If you are riding from Manchester, you can enter this route at Stockport or Hyde. The A6 or A57 join this route. The route is a bit tricky, with lots of twists and turns but the scenery is to die for.

Lincoln to Skegness

The Lincoln to Skegness route is a more or less straightforward route. This route covers 61 km and goes through the A158. You have to exit through Wragby road in the east of the city and you will pass through North Greetwell, Baumber, Horncastle, Partney, Hagworthingham, Partney and Burgh le Marsh. Once you cross Horncastle, the route becomes lively. Watch out for police in Baumber. Note that this route can get a bit busy on the weekends. If you don’t want to go to Skegness, take a left at Partney, up the Mablethorpe road, which is not as busy.

Biker friendly meeting places around Lincoln

Caroles A57 Cafe- Caroles A57 cafe on Lincoln Road, Odder is very popular with bikers and other travellers on the A57. There is ample parking there for bikes. The owners Mick and Caroles welcome bikers. Caroles A57 Cafe is primary a breakfast place. Breakfast starts from just £3.50. All the food is sourced from local area, including the bacon and bread. Outside seating is available.

The Anglers– The Anglers Pub is located in Saxilby, Lincoln. The place is perfect for biker meet ups with parking for up to 60 bikes. The place is open from 11.30 am everyday. The Anglers is a proper pub and it serves some mean real ales. The owners regularly organize live events at the pub. There are a number of other facilities here such as dominoes, dart boards, crib boards and an original pool table.

Kitchen Cafe– Nocton Health Truckstop, also called The Kitchen is located close to RAF Waddington. The place is open from 6 am to 10 pm on weekdays. On Sundays, it is open till 5 pm. Truckers and bikers are welcome. The food is clean, tasty and affordable. Outdoor seating is available. Lincoln city is just 15 minutes away from this place.

Hartsholme Park Cafe- Hartsholme Park Cafe is located in Hartsholme Park, Lincoln. The place is open from 9 am to 3 pm, Monday to Friday. On the weekends, the place is open till 4 pm. Please note that the place does not accept credit or debit cards. It is a cash only place. The food is excellent and affordable. There are facilities for pets too.

Biker friendly accommodation in and around Lincoln

The Salutations Inn- The Salutations Inn is located in Nettleton, which is close to Caistor. Caistor is about 42 minutes from the city of Lincoln. Nettleton is actually a village so there is a lot of peace and quiet here. There are individual accommodations on the grounds. There is also a pub on the property. The restaurant here serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.

The Red Lion Inn– The Red Lion Inn is located in Partney. Partney is about a hour away from Lincoln. On Monday, the inn provides food only to B&B customers. From Tuesday to Sunday, the place is open to everyone else. There are five bedroom on the property. Please note that the breakfast is a buffet. All food is traditional British food and all of it is locally sourced.

World’s End Holiday Cottage– World’s End Holiday Cottage is located in Horncastle, about 45 minutes from Lincoln. The Inn is located in a Grade 2 building. There are a number of places of note nearby. So you won’t be bored if you come here. For instance, the world famous Cadwell Park Motorsport is a few miles away. The rooms are very cosy and comfortable. Food is available and it is affordable.

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