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|06-02-2010 07:40 PM|
|AJCruzin||light on the bars, reduce your speed, and no sudden movements. Also, different tires (brands) react differently.|
|06-02-2010 06:28 PM|
Originally Posted by Ron_G View Post
|06-01-2010 11:15 PM|
|GIMPYRDR||My wife was reading with me and reminded me that not all Texas county's spend money on asphault. They leave some as red clay. Now there's a difficult road to ride, especially when wet.|
|06-01-2010 10:36 PM|
|baldy||Been on the southern roads a few years back and know what you mean. Up here in Maine you have to watch out for the potholes that can swallow a bike. Oh and the fairys that you hit while riding. lol|
|06-01-2010 08:47 PM|
Originally Posted by baldy View Post
|06-01-2010 08:46 PM|
Even our Texas roads are showing deterioration from the big trucks and the cold wet winter.
With this fallen economic times I don't see them repairing them back to what they were any time soon.
|06-01-2010 08:42 PM|
I am far enough south that I understand what you are talking about ,plus we have 8 wheelers hauling 40 to 60 tons of coal that leave big ruts where they slow down up hills and at intersections and it is even worse after a rain that floats the oil up to the surface.
|06-01-2010 08:31 PM|
|GIMPYRDR||Ok, back to roads. You guys should join us in the south in late July thru Sept. "Ass-fault" roads turn to sponge with oil slicks floating on top during 100+ weather.|
|06-01-2010 08:24 PM|
Originally Posted by denny6006 View Post
|06-01-2010 05:08 PM|
|baldy||OOPS! my bad. Guess I better lay off the pixy dust!! lol|
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