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My name is Matt and I have always owned sports Cars from mustang cobras to AMG Mercedes Benzs.
This road has been my personal race track/training facility for all of my cars and is where I have practiced and gained the confidence to attack that road at quite a high average speed.
My favorite lap would have to be staring at the stop sign on Brackenville Road behind the Walgreens entrance from Route 48, left before covered bridge and right afterwards, stay straight at the downhill split and up the windy hill to the 4-way intersection just before the resivuor.
Straight through intersection and first left brings you back into the return lap at the previously mentioned "split".
You can't go wrong really with any combo, but that section seems to have the highest concentration of flowing corners and fairly high speed "esses".
- Anonymous (3/23/14)
The best road I've ridden in my years of riding.
Definitely a best kept secret in PA!!!
Looking to get back in the next few weeks.
- Mark Smalls (7/11/11)
A good all day ride (especially if you go back down Route 10, instead of just turning around and going back down 82), but I wouldn't classify part of this road except the 'Creek Road' (from Greenville to Kennett Square) as twisty.
The rest of it is mostly straight with some decent turns, but it is a nice ride.
- Zach, NJ (10/10/10)
The 'Delaware Dragon', winding twistys with changing elevations, water views, cliffs, railroad crossings, one lane bridges and a few ninety degree turns.
Just follow the signs and be prepared for anything.
- William Street (8/13/10)
Kennett Square, PA - good restaurants.
- Rider from Hockessin, DE (7/8/09)
One of the most technical and challenging roads around.
Very tight & twisty, decreasing radius turns, offcamber sections, blind turns, narrow, no shoulders, etc.
Beware of cyclists and debris after heavy rain.
Stay to the right of the double yellow to avoid lazy drivers on turns.
Ride your own pace.
- Rider from Delaware (5/11/09)
82 is a great road, but can be dangerous if ridden aggressively.
The section of the road in Southern PA and Northern Delaware is very technical.
Due to the fact much of it runs along a creek, it often has gravel and the blind corners are another serious danger.
Ride it and enjoy at a moderate pace.
- Anonymous (8/3/08)
Great motorcycle road. Twisting road follows creek and railroad tracks.
Blind corners, small towns then into horse farms.
Best kept road secret in Delaware and Pennsylvania.
You can ride it once a week and not get tired of it.
- Paul Giunta (3/18/07)
A quiet, scenic, twisty ride through open and wooded countryside with light to moderate local traffic.
A side trip may be enjoyed to Hopewell State Park with a stop at Hopewell Furnace Village and Visitor Center near Birdsboro.
A nice day ride of just over 100 miles round trip.
- Will Lewis