191. I counted them. Yeah, I was in a strange mood today. Still a bit spaced out from medicines and an inner ear infection, and perhaps a minor bout of insanity. 191 corners from the beginning (bridge over the Yarra) to the end (Cumberland Junction) of the Reefton Spur. In just 19kms. Yeah, quite useless, but it's strangely a question that I had been pondering for some time now. Now there were some corners that I counted 2 for, when there was, for example, one distinct right hander, followed by another distinct tighter right-hander (decreasing radius) even though there was no straight bit between them. If we're just counting actual changes in direction (left-right-left), there'd be about 185 of them. Then there were a few I counted which really nothing more than slight kinks, but still requiring the vaguest change in direction. If we discount those, then probably down to 180 or so directional change transitions. Not bad I reckon, averaging 1 corner per 100-105m of road. I guess that it somewhat puts it into figures just how relentless Reefton is.