Welcome to the Jurassic Coast Bikers

Great rides in cornwall

Cornwall borders the county of Devon at the River Tamar. The routes are great roads for ride outs with the Jurassic Coast Bikers.

Major road links between Cornwall and the rest of Great Britain are the A38 which crosses the
Tamar at Plymouth via the Tamar Bridge and the town of Saltash, the A39 road (Atlantic Highway) from Barnstaple, passing through North Cornwall to end in Falmouth, and the A30 which crosses the border south of Launceston crosses Bodmin Moor and connects Bodmin and Truro.

Torpoint Ferry links Plymouth with Torpoint on the opposite side of the Hamoaze. A rail bridge, the Royal Albert Bridge, built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1859) provides the only other major transport link.

The major city of Plymouth is a large urban centre closest to east Cornwall is an important location for services such as hospitals, department stores, road and rail transport, and cultural venues.