Bodom Circle Finland
Number two on our list might surprise you, but Finland is famed for its magnificent scenery. This is why the little known Bodom Circle
, a route which takes in the sights between Bodomintie and Gunnarsvagen and incorporates cafés, a fantastic motorcycle and car museum as well as a stunning lake and villages has made it onto our list in the first place. However, if you find the idea of learning Finnish slightly too daunting, perhaps our number one might appeal.
D618 St Girons
Coming in at the top of the pile is the D618 in France, a route which takes in mountains, climbs and views which will leave you eternally thankful that you made the climb in the first place. This route, one which takes in the St Girons region of southern France is famed for its beauty and safe to say that any motorcyclist would be hard pushed to disagree with its high ranking on our list. With many places to stay on route, particularly if you are camping, this section of France offers a great deal of benefits for both you and your motorcycle and, the last time we checked, learning French was just a little easier than Finnish!
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If you could visit just one of these motorcycle routes, which one would it be? Let us know in the comments below and don’t forget to visit these other riding roads.