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This is the first part of the B660 Bedford to Ramsey St Mary's route. The B660 is one of those roads that has every kind of corner, blind bends, tightening bends, more than 90 degree bends.
It starts on a gyratory on the A428 on the edge of Bedford town centre. It heads north out of town, climbing as it does so, before passing the summit of Cleat Hill. The road continues vaguely northwards, continuing across the undulating Bedfordshire countryside. Eventually the road enters Huntingdonshire. It skirts Kimbolton Park before reaching a T-junction on the B645 (former A45) on the eastern edge of Kimbolton. There is then a multiplex west into the village centre with the tight bends on this section. The B660 reappears on the western edge of the village by turning off and continuing its northerly direction. It goes through Catworth before crossing the A14 at J16.
Enjoy your ride in eithr direction!
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