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A guide to riding your motorbike in Stafford

Stafford castle

Best biking routes in and around Stafford

Stunning roads

Biker friendly Accommodation in and around Stafford

Guest houses

A guide to riding your motorbike in Stafford

Located in the West Midland region of England, Stafford is the county town of Staffordshire and the fourth largest county in England. It supports a population of more than 130000 people and enjoys a colorful culture which makes it a popular tourist spot amongst the surrounding regions.

The town has a thriving economy largely contributed by the engineering industry. The engineering industry mainly consists of companies that specialize in computer science and electrical engineering. This draws the youth and professionals of the country to the Midlands.

The Guildhall shopping center is one of the major shopping venues in the town, apart from the major superstores that surround the town center of Stafford, and it has more than 40 retail outlets.

Being a county town, Stafford is well connected to nearby villages, towns and cities and experiences a regular influx of travelers. If you plan to sell your bike in Stafford, you have the advantage of a large population and a lively biking culture.

Some of the following activities will help you socialize with other motorcycle enthusiasts and find the right buyer for your vehicle.

A guide to riding your motorbike in Stafford

Best biking routes in and around Stafford

Stafford – Newport – Telford – Knighton – Builth Wells – Newtown – Shrewsbury – Stafford roundabout

If you fancy a long trip over the weekend that will truly test each aspect of your biking ability, then the Stafford to Builth Wells roundabout has what you need. At nearly 300 kilometers long, this trip is has a balance of secluded turns through the Shropshire Hills AONB and straight highways near outskirts of towns.

Start at the A518 at the south western corner of the town and continue to Newport, then head south towards Telford. Then continue to the Shropshire Hills AONB through Church Stretton and Bishop’s Castle to get to Knighton.

Here, take the B4357 to Builth Wells and take the A483 northbound all the way through Newtown and Buttington, and take the A458 to Shrewsbury.

Finally, take the B5062 back to Newport and continue on to Stafford. The route has plenty of corners, straights and even road hazards, so it should be used only by experienced riders who want to push their biking endurance.

Stafford to Uttoxeter

For those who want to experience the picturesque Midlands in a short morning ride, you can take the route from Stafford to Uttoxeter on the A518.

Start close to the center of the town and head east to find the A518, then continue north east towards Uttoxeter. You will pass Weston and Grindley and later, Uttoxeter. This entire stretch, you won’t have to change any roads.

The route is about 20 kilometers long and there will be some traffic and police presence. But the simple corners and idyllic straights showcase the beautiful country side of the Midlands, making this route an ideal choice for a relaxing ride on the weekend.

Midwales roundabout via Stafford

The Midwales roundabout stretches on for more than 350 kms, pushing your endurance on the bike to its limits. Start at the center of the town and head north on the A34 to cross Medford and Audlem to reach Whitchurch.

Then take the A49 southwards to reach Shrewsbury, and the A458 and A483 to cross Newtown and Llanbister and turn east to join the A44 and A456 to reach Kidderminster.

Here, take the A442 northwards through Bridgnorth until you reach Newport from where you can take the B5062 back to Stafford. Police presence along the route is minimal, and the scenery is breathtaking.

However, there are many challenging corners and a moderate amount of road hazards, which makes this route more suited to experienced riders in the region.

Best biking routes in and around Stafford

Biker friendly Accommodation in and around Stafford

Park Farm

The Park Farm is located in the town of Rugeley, which is a mere 16 kms away from Stafford, The Park Farm is a farmhouse that offers a range of facilities for their guests. The Park Farm is a working sheep farm that has 3 bedrooms en suite, and Ingle nook fire place and a log burner to keep guests warm.

The staff supplies basic toiletries, towels, bed linen and laundry facilities. They have a secure outbuilding with CCTV cameras to keep bikes safe and bike washing facilities for maintenance. Park Farm even provides a full English breakfast with their farm produce when it is in season.

Uttoxeter Guest House

Uttoxeter is located on the border of Staffordshire and Derbyshire, making it a perfect spot for rest while traveling. You will find this guest house between the M6 at Stroke on Trent and the M1 at Derby and offers basic Bed and Breakfast services for a reasonable price. The place is also located close to nearby attractions including the Stafforshire County Showground, theme parks at Drayton Manor and Alton Towers and much more.

Biker friendly Accommodation in and around Stafford
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