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Sell my motorbike in Wednesbury

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A guide to riding your motorbike in Wednesbury

Wednesbury windmill

Biking routes in Wednesbury

Nice roads

Biker friendly watering holes in Wednesbury

The Bellwether

A guide to riding your motorbike in Wednesbury

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The small size of the town hasn’t stopped a local motor biking culture from coming up. Moreover, the town’s closeness to major cities in the region makes it a good transit point for bikers.

A guide to riding your motorbike in Wednesbury

Biking routes in Wednesbury

Here are some popular motor biking roads. Wednesbury bikers will usually take one of more of these routes when they go biking.

Wednesbury to Stafford: If you are short of time and want to go on a quick ride, Wednesbury to Stafford is a good route. This is a fairly straightforward and simple route and won’t take you more than 40 minutes either way.

From Wednesbury, take Wood Green road. A little further, you will meet the M6. Take this road. On the way, on a short diversion you can ride up to Calf health reservoir, Gailey lower reservoir and Gailey upper reservoir. Further down M6, you have to take the exit at junction 14 and proceed to the A34. From then on, it is just a few minutes to Stafford.

Wednesbury to Nottingham: Wednesbury to Nottingham takes approximately one and a half hour on a bike. There are a few twists and turns on the road. But on the whole, it is a fairly straight road. Be careful of speeding because there may be cops around. From Wednesbury, take Wood Green road. You will reach M6. Take a right here. From here, the route is quite straightforward. The scenery on the route is idyllic and it is one of the highlights of this trip.

Wednesbury to Northampton: If you want to tide south and then on, Wednesbury to Northampton is a good way to go. This route will take you about one and a half hours with some traffic (if you take the M6).

This is a fairly straight route but for the occasional turns and lane crossings. If you have the strength, ride on to London which is two more hours. The route is quite urban on some stretches. If you want to be close to amenities, this is a good route to go.

Biking routes in Wednesbury

Biker friendly watering holes in Wednesbury

There are not many watering holes in Wednesbury though there are some on the outskirts of town. Here are a few places that welcome bikers.

The Bellwether: The Bellwether is an old pub, dating back to the 19th century. The décor has been refurbished with comfy sofas for your comfort. The Bellwether received a Travellers’ Choice Award in 2015 from Trip Advisor.

Park Inn- Park Inn is at 78 Walsall Street. The place welcomes bikers. The place serve good beers and appetizing food.

The Village Inn– the Village Inn is a small pub on 27 Alma Street. The place serves good food and beers at reasonable prices. Best of all, it welcomes bikers. Every Friday night, from 9 pm is Karaoke night. Every Saturday night, there is a live band from 9 pm.

The Dove Cote: The Dove Cote is a bar and restaurant in West Bromwich, which is about 4 miles out of Wednesbury. It is located in Hill Top, West Bromwich. The place serves excellent beer and food too.

Mecca Wednesday: Mecca Wednesday is basically a bingo chain but they have a bar on the premises. They also serve decent food. Not too bad if you just looking for a quick bite and drink and can’t stay too long.

Sid’s Cafe: Sid’s Cafe is on 59a, Leabrook Road. The place does not offer drinks but it more than makes up with its affordable and tasty food. Treats like coconut jam sponge and custard, chocolate sponge and mint custard, bread pudding and other dainty dishes await you here.

Biker friendly accommodation in Wednesbury

Wednesbury has many bed & breakfast facilities and lodges. Here’s a small list.

Wheaton House: Wheaton House is on Stafford road. The place is a bread and breakfast facility with free WiFi, free parking and self-catering. The place is affordable.

The Two Fives: The Two Fives is on 55 Dudley Road, Dudley. The place is about 4.2 miles from Wednesbury. The place is run by a Mrs. Davis. It is actually a home, converted into a bed and breakfast. There are five rooms here. Four of them are single/double occupancy and one is a twin bedroom. All rooms are equipped with TV, study area and tea/coffee machine.

Arden Lodge Guest House: Arden Lodge Guest House is on 650 Bloxwich Road, Walsall, West Midlands. The place is four miles away from Wednesbury. Breakfast of toast and cereals is included in room cost. All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities. There is also a large car park in the rear of the property.

Wednesbury is a small town. Still, there are many positive things in store for bikers who come here on a trip.

Biker friendly watering holes in Wednesbury
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