Always a good ride, and a bit trickier than it looks.
The main thing to be aware of, other than the bridges, is that the curves are very flat, even slightly reverse-banked in a couple of cases.
Going from north to south, video of the first half is here, and the second half here. Enjoy!
- Anonymous (6/13/12)
Nice flat road (which is common for this area) with some tight turns.
Pavement as of 03/26/10 was decent with some patchwork on some of the one lane bridges.
Agree with the other posts that the corners can sneak up on you and are mostly unmarked, however nothing an experienced rider hasn't dealt with before.
- 'TRIKEN' (3/29/10)
The curves lay up nicely, but don't take them for granted, it is for the most part out in the county and you don't know what's around a corner.
Again nice road.
- Anonymous (5/6/08)
Rode this on 4/21/2007.
Nice turns and yeah - they can sneak up. Fun ride.
Took BR220 south (Fayetteville St) in Asheboro and stumbled across Medo's Italian Restaurant @ 338 N F'ville St.
(Next to Lowe's Foods).
I recommend the steak stromboli.
- Rider from Wilson, North Carolina (4/22/07)
Take Highway 421 to Old Liberty Road in Randolph County, go towards Ashboro.
It is 99 curves between Liberty and Ashboro.
It is a ride less than 20 minutes long.
Great for the riders that wants to hit some twisty's.
Be "aware" there is not that much traffic, but there are about 3-4 one lane bridges on that road.
I believe one of them is in a blind curve.
A lot of bikers have crashed on this road, because of the the curves sneeking up on you.
- Rider from Greensboro, North Carolina