The A6107 is a short link road running more-or-less along the boundary between the Yorkshire towns of Huddersfield and Brighouse. Originally the eastern end of the B6114, it got its present number in the mid-1920s.
The road starts at traffic lights on the A643 in the south of Rastrick and heads east along Clough Lane, soon going under the M62. The road goes through the suburb of Flixby and then crosses the A641 at Bradley Bar Roundabout.
The road continues east, signposted Leeds, along Bradley Road. It remains built-up even though it actually passes between a wood and a golf course. Presently the road bears to the right to enter Bradley itself and the road soon ends at traffic lights at a sharply angled junction on the A62. The B6118 is also accessible from here.