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Sell My motorbike in Shrewsbury

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Sell My motorbike in Shrewsbury

The market town of Shrewsbury has an enthusiastic biker crowd which is not surprising considering the fantastic roads that go in and out of the city. If you want to sell your bike, you will find a lot of prospective buyers. However, that is not a reason for you to be cavalier about the process. You need to make sure that you get in touch with a genuine dealer. They always make sure that your bike is tuned up before the sale and hand it over to someone who knows its value and puts it to good use. That is the only way to ensure that you get the price you deserve. If you have decided to sell your bike and want to go for one last ride, try out the following roads.

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Best biking roads in and around Shrewsbury

1.    A5 from Shrewsbury to Holyhead – This is one of the best roads in the West Midlands. The scenery as you ride down from Corwen to Bethesda is breathtaking and it only gets better once you reach Holyhead. There are plenty of exciting road bends, especially once you cross Corwen and there are not many police cameras on the route. This is a must ride if you are an avid biker and the uniqueness factor of the route makes it totally worth it.

2.    A40 from Warrington to Shrewsbury – If you are looking for an alternative to the M6, this is it. The road is great all the way to Hereford. Once you get there, follow the A466 to Monmouth and Chepstow through Tintern Abbey and Wye Valley. The road starts winding up by the side of the river, and it is a perfect place to stop. At Whitchurch, there is an excellent breakfast diner. More than three thousand bikers ride out there every year.

3.    A458/470 from Shrewsbury to Dolgellau – The roads on this route are absolutely fantastic. However, it is also one of the main caravan routes towards the Welsh coast. Make sure you pick a quiet time to go on this road if you do not want to get frustrated from traffic. From Welshpool to Mallwyd, you have a great selection of fast straights and high-speed corners. Once you cross Mallwyd, the mountains make for some spectacular scenery. If you want to break for refreshments, Welshpool would be the ideal choice.


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1.    Bloodtub – The historic inn, also known as the hole in the wall, was used as a prison for debtors in the old days. The former prison area (the cellar) now hosts live music and is extremely popular during the day for the fantastic food on offer. After dusk, it turns into one of the most happening pubs in the night circuit. Their regular beers include the Greene King IPA and Draught Bass and their changing beers include Marston’s Pedigree and Adnams Broadside. If you are looking for real ale that hits the right spot, look no further.

2.    Chez Sophie – This is a bar, creperie, and cafe heavily influenced by the Flanders Estaminets. It is unique and the moment you step foot inside the place, you feel like you have entered a foreign place. The place is heavily rustic with comfy old cinema seats and wooden tables. You will find a number of knick-knacks scattered throughout the place. Although it is a creperie, beer is a big part of its offering. They have an unusual range and the owner is a certified beer sommelier. Although there are a few pumps which serve draught beer, most of it comes in either bottles or cans and goes through a gamut of continental and exotic beers. The best part about the place is that there is something for everyone in the family. You can sample a rare beer while your kids enjoy a crepe or a milkshake.

3.    Three Fishes – This bar is situated in a quaint and cobbled street that is tucked away at the back of the town square. The street where it is located looks like it sprang right out of a 60s Christmas special. As the name indicates, it was the fish market of the town till the Victorian times. You will find customers of all ages, sizes, and shapes here. The six beers that they serve are carefully worked out by the landlord. The regular beers include the Three Tuns Stout, Stonehouse Station Bitter and Timothy Taylor Landlord. The changing beers usually include Salopian, Oakham and Three Tuns XXX. If you want to ride your bike into the past, gear up and go to the three fishes.

4.    Bull Inn – This inn is situated in the heart of the city’s town centre. Capacious and fully carpeted, the bar is comfortable and has provisions for a TV and dart boards. At the back of the place, they have a pleasant area with booths that have been designed exclusively for dining. In the evenings the place features live music and excitable clientele, making it come to life. The regular beers on the menu include the Wychwood Hobgoblin and Bank’s bitter and the changing beers usually include the Wychwood Dirty Tackle, Marston’s and Jennings.

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