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    Where is your favorite place to ride?

    Mine is outside of lewiston Idaho. Its a road called the Spiral Highway..Its about 8 miles of winding turns and 20 mph switch backs. I am sure if I ever ride on a track that will become my new favorite ride, or if I ever ride lolo pass (next year). So, where do you like to ride??

    #2
    my favorite place is HWY 917 just south of Fort Worth, TX
    Plenty of curves and nice speed sections.
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      #3
      Loudon NH at NHIS. That's the track..
      I also always enjoy ripping along Storrow Drive in Boston. call me crazy, but late night along that road is just great.
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        #4
        Just West Of Middleburg VA

        Rectortown Rd is cool - almost everything around Middleburg is good
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          #5
          I'm a fan of Highway 120 up the New Priest grade, right outside Big Oak Flat. Super fun, but rather short, and sorta crowded. I haven't explored much either...so that's it for the time being.
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            #6
            Locally - Highway 67 and a spur road or two off there.

            Nationally, North Carolina area - War Woman road, etc. etc.

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              #7
              The Dragon of course

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                #8
                60
                180
                129
                197
                warwoman
                28
                107
                281
                130
                215
                178
                276
                brp
                68
                "cherrycola"
                brp
                209
                19west
                88
                221
                32
                littleriver road
                foothills parkway
                226a
                80
                75
                151
                few more on down the road
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                  #9
                  My favorite roads are the ones I have yet to turn down. I kinda like going down roads I've never been down. Even if I do get lost.
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                    #10
                    Originally Posted by PaullyBoy
                    My favorite roads are the ones I have yet to turn down. I kinda like going down roads I've never been down. Even if I do get lost.
                    Given where I live, I'm inclined to agree. I can't wait until my first motorcycle trip outside the state.
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                      #11
                      most of the best stuff i've ridden is in the states.
                      Canadian roads don't suck, but our geography isn't nearly as two wheeled friendly as just across the border.
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                        #12
                        North Georgia,though it's getting overcrowded and over-policed.Of course as someone who travels 1200 miles to get there...I'm part of the problem.
                        My favorite road is the second half of this clip: http://media.putfile.com/Deals-Gap-78

                        Loves me going up and down 129.

                        Close second would be NC 181.

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                          #13
                          Route 17 here in Vermont. Called "The Gap", "Mucollough Turnpike" and "our little piece of the Dragon".

                          I'll have to get a video of it next spring and post up.
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                            #14
                            Route 17 here in Vermont. Called "The Gap", "Mucollough Turnpike" and "our little piece of the Dragon".

                            I'll have to get a video of it next spring and post up.


                            I am also with Alex, NHIS although I have ALOT to learn there it is VERY fun.
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                              #15
                              Originally Posted by joel
                              North Georgia,though it's getting overcrowded and over-policed.Of course as someone who travels 1200 miles to get there...I'm part of the problem.
                              My favorite road is the second half of this clip: http://media.putfile.com/Deals-Gap-78

                              Loves me going up and down 129.

                              Close second would be NC 181.
                              its just the weekends like the dragon.
                              during the week you hardly ever see others or popo.
                              i was out saturday and 129 was deserted,temps in the 60's.
                              during the summer i'm out by 6am and done by noon when all the bullstuff starts.
                              i'd rather have 129 and the dragon overcrowded and over policed than some of the other roads which offer as nice of rides
                              looking for hawk paerts in all the wrong places

                              current bikes
                              fz1
                              rsvr
                              both black

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