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Steep banks and caravans

brinbrin Posts: 1,122
edited April 2011 in The bottom bracket
Having travelled length and width of Britain in my tourer over the years, the only steep bank i know of that bans caravans is sutton bank in N.Yorks.
Having climbed a fair few leg breakers on my bike, mostly N.Yorks - Borders area i have never seen any other signs barring caravans.
Apart from the common sense view, anyone know of any others that actually do ban caravans?
Just curious really.


  • cornerblockcornerblock Posts: 3,228
    Yeah curious you may be, but you are getting in the way of some serious discussion here, move aside please. :)
  • thecrofterthecrofter Posts: 734
    Bealach na Ba

    You've no won the Big Cup since 1902!
  • nwallacenwallace Posts: 1,465
    The Bealach doesn't actually ban them though, just doesn't advise them, and there's a fair few roads around that don't advise them.
    Do Nellyphants count?

    Commuter: FCN 9
    Cheapo Roadie: FCN 5
    Off Road: FCN 11

    +1 when I don't get round to shaving for x days
  • brinbrin Posts: 1,122
    Yeah the Bealach falls into the common sense catergory, thanx for replies tho, looks like Sutton bank may well be unique. Still on my 'to do' list on a bike :wink:
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