Bril­liant places that are worth the jour­ney alone

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Su­per Sausage Café, Towces­ter, Northamp­ton­shire

Why it’s special Voted Bri­tain’s Best Café in 2016, the Su­per Sausage is rapidly be­com­ing a biker hotspot. The real charm of this café is given away by its name and the ex­cel­lent food will leave you search­ing out that preload ad­juster be­fore your ride home. Info www.su­per­sausage­cafe.co.uk

Joey’s Bar, Ballymoney, North­ern Ire­land

Why it’s special Lo­cated in Joey Dun­lop’s home town of Ballymoney, Joey’s Bar pays trib­ute to the 26-times TT win­ner. Info www.joey­dun­lop.co.uk

The Lead­burn Mo­tor Cross­roads Café, Penicuik

Why it’s special One of Scot­land’s big­gest biker cafés, it at­tracts petrol heads from all over the na­tion. Info Search for Lead­burn Mo­tor Cross­roads Café on Face­book.

Brook­lands, Wey­bridge

Why it’s special Al­though the his­toric banked cir­cuit is pretty much gone, you can al­most taste the his­tory as soon as you get near the few re­main­ing sec­tions. The mu­seum it­self is open ev­ery­day. Info brook­landsmu­seum.com

Krazy Horse Café, Bury St Ed­munds

Why it’s special At­tached to Krazy Horse’s show­room, the café not only serves great food, it is also sur­rounded by some of Krazy Horse’s best cus­tom bikes. Info www.krazy­horse.co.uk

Oasis Bik­ers Café, Aber­gavenny

Why it’s special A well-known biker café, the Oasis is lo­cated in a car park on the A40 Mon­mouth Road in Aber­gavenny and has been a biker hot spot for years. Info www.face­book.com/ oa­siss­nack­baraber­gavenny

Big crowds at Scot­land’s Lead­burn

‘Take me to your sausages…’

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