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greenlanes near warwick

Postby lwbant on Sun Sep 19, 2010 7:36 am

does anyone know of a tame greenlane within 20 miles of warwick?
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Re: greenlanes near warwick

Postby headbanging on Sun Sep 19, 2010 9:55 am

Depends on what you class as tame (they all are), but some are slightly easier than others.

The true answer would be that there isn't that many in this area. This includes crossing over the border to Oxon, Bucks and Gloucs.

Warwicks county council website is pretty detailed in listing the lanes, and those with temporary restrictions. I could list them, but that would honestly take ages. Get down to your local council office, and ask to see the 'definitive map'. That has all of them on there, and at the same time they can tell you about any restrictions.

If you don't want to go laning on your own, give us a shout, i'm only in Banbury.
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