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A guide to riding your motorbike in Warrington

Awesome roads

Motorcyle clubs

in Warrington

Speed traps

Best pubs

A guide to riding your motorbike in Warrington

If you are planning to sell your motorcycle in Warrington, it is best to get it appraised by a professional valuation expert, so that you will be able to get the most for it.

The good people of Warrington love their bikes, and are indeed willing to pay the right price for a motorcycle that has been maintained well, with some tender loving care.

A guide to riding your motorbike in Warrington

Motorcyle clubs

Warrington is home to a number of motorcycle clubs, the key ones among them being:

Born of Chaos: This is a small, non-political club that is based in Warrington and has members from North Manchester and Chester as well. There is no stated preference – the members ride all kinds of motorcycles and meet twice every month, on the first and third Friday at the Blackburne Arms. They also ride out on the first and third Sundays of the month.

Breakneck Riders: This is an old-school motorcycle club that is based in Warrington, but welcomes new members into their fold.

Rogue Riders: They meet every Thursday at their own clubhouse on Warrington Road in Lymm, Cheshire.

Motorcyle clubs

Speed traps

Speed trap locations in Warrington
The limit is 30-40 mph on most roads, so if you are in the area, make sure you do not cross the speed limit. Places where camera traps have been located are
A49 (there are two of them)
A49 Winwick Road (two of them can be found here)
A57 Manchester Road
Battersby Lane
A57 Liverpool Road
Ordnance Avenue

Best pubs in Warrington

The Stretton Fox: The menu is limited, but what is available is great, both food and drink. The old-style ambience only adds to the charm of the place.

The Traveler’s Rest: Those who have visited here say both the food and the service are top-notch. What more could you ask for?

General Elliot: A place which is still termed a ‘village pub’, it offers excellent value for money.

The Plough Inn: This offers a good pub-grub experience, with many returning again. They all say the service is great, even though the choice of beers may not be as plentiful as at other places.

The Wheatsheaf: According to some bikers, The Wheatsheaf is the best place for a meal in the Warrington countryside. It is located off the M56 and the food is home cooked by a chef who takes a special interest in serving meals that will be relished by all. It is clean and also dog-friendly (that does not mean your dog is only allowed into the place, the staff also serve it with a bowl of water as well!).

The Stag at Walton: This place features live music, but the food is way better.

The Swan: It is so popular that you might have difficulty getting a table, but you can always while your time away at the bar.

Little Manor: The menu here is a bit different than what you see at other places, with eclectic choices like Malaysian chicken curry (don’t worry, they see to it that it is not as spicy as in Asia so as to suit the English palate) and pig’s cheeks.

Sportsman’s Arms: Everything about this pub is so great that the patrons only worry it will be turned into a restaurant.

Fiddle i’th bag: You can find a lot of war memorabilia at this place, so much that it is like stepping back in time. The music is also comprised of radio broadcasts from the WWI and WWII eras, and the beers are real ale. The food is also good, which makes it a hit with the locals.

Go camping around Warrington

Smithy Farm: If you have ever wanted to visit an English farm, this is the place to go. The farm also sells milk, eggs, bread, bacon and sausages. In case you were wondering what to do with the meat, there are disposable barbecues and charcoal available.

Dearnford Lake: This is a good place if you want to enjoy some peace and quiet. You can row across the lake, and if you camp overnight, make sure you wake up early – the mist over the lake is a magical sight to behold indeed. There is also a cafe where you can order breakfast, and the water is also clean enough for you to go swimming in the lake. Or just a dip.

Ynyshir Farm: The name is Welsh, and true to its name, it lets you have an experience of what Wales is like. The place has over 80 acres of which 40 acres are set aside for camping. Now they’ve built a 2 bedroom self catering lodge but please confirm availability in advance because there’s no saying if this lodge will be empty when you come.

Malkins Bank Golf Club: If you enjoy a game of golf, this is the perfect place around Warrington. The place is located in Sandaway and there is an eighteen-hole course here, spread over some lovely English countryside. This distinctly makes you feel like you are indeed playing in England, and to heighten the effect, you can enjoy English ale at the bar/restaurant.


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