Not sure, like I said I live on the other side so don't cycle into Birmingham. if you do I would probably avoid the A4540 ring road - double lane dual carriageway - majority of the main roads are quite large
but if you used any of those and heading into Moseley/Sparkhill just go towards Digbeth and your pretty much in Central Birmingham
I've got these of some people I know. I could use these but I live on the other side of Birmingham hence discounting them - didn't fancy dragging myself eastwards
https://strava.app.link/Sn1ZY5M66pb — B2L Part 1 - Birmingham to Buckingham
https://strava.app.link/5M3r66O66pb — B2L Part 2 - Buckingham to London
https://www.strava.com/routes/12453489 — B2L 2018 (looks to combine the first 2 above)
https://www.strava.com/routes/2842357721037688572 — LCR2LDN Day 2
Has anyone got a london to oxford route. Even better to or from Birmingham ?
Yes, it can. My in laws have one partly because their garden is south facing
Depending on your agreement with the bricks. You could always labour for them. making the muck. Laying the bricks out etc
you could also consider using concrete screws - pilot hole then impact the screw in. So for example 7.5mm screw needs a 6mm pilot hole
interesting - the loop section from bewdley back round look ideal - only bit that seems to match the kidderminster killer (hilly 200) is the leg from ludlow back to bewdley
the KK does go to the burway and on towards montgomery back via bishops castle i think
yes I know it- really close. clearly only there because toolstation opened on the high st
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