mewnz said:Sorry to pull you all that way out of your ass mate, feel free to crawl back in.
It was a simple question about a road I assume some people on here have more experience with than I do (that being none).
This is true even for mid week riding.isRR said:I think what you are referring to is the 'Old Pacific Hwy" (old road, OPH, OR etc...)
Stretches from Berowra to Gosford Via Mt White. Nice set of twisties separated by a bout 4 straights.
Poopoo presence is very erratic.... some weeks you dont see any, while other times, they seem to be on every corner.
Its 60km/h for 95% of it (80km/h for a short stint across the mooney moooney bridge.)
Simple rule of thumb don't speed on the straights... and you should be right. That means dont speed coming out of a corner leading on a straight as the patrol car/bike is usually sitting at the corner catching you on radar as from behind, or if on a straight, they will be able to catch you head on.
And remember, their radar works at a distance of about 600 meters... so unless you have really good eyes, again, just dont speed on the straight and you will be fine.