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11-25-2013 12:51 PM
WilliamTech
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Pacific coast Highway is ok but I prefer something with more twists along with those long slow curves. Gainesville GA hwy 60 through Suches and up to Hwy 129 over Blood Mountain, past Brassy Knob and then through NC and then if I'm really in the mood for curves the Tail of the Dragon, almost too twisty for fun but lots of gentle areas too to relax between the hills. So many good roads up there like Moonshiner 28 that sometimes I just ride several hours turning down whatever road looks good and when it's time to head to the barn I turn on the GPS and use it to get me started back to the house.
AZ. is varied by locality....Mid to Northern AZ has some great rides (and once out of the cities/some towns).
Country in Eastern and Southern AZ. are great ridin' area's also.
10-08-2013 12:05 AM
Spencer1 Pacific coast Highway is ok but I prefer something with more twists along with those long slow curves. Gainesville GA hwy 60 through Suches and up to Hwy 129 over Blood Mountain, past Brassy Knob and then through NC and then if I'm really in the mood for curves the Tail of the Dragon, almost too twisty for fun but lots of gentle areas too to relax between the hills. So many good roads up there like Moonshiner 28 that sometimes I just ride several hours turning down whatever road looks good and when it's time to head to the barn I turn on the GPS and use it to get me started back to the house.
07-31-2013 12:47 PM
wmsonta
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Lol, and 23 isnt even the best road in ark. This place is loaded with great hiway
yes.
07-31-2013 12:34 PM
artstoy Lol, and 23 isnt even the best road in ark. This place is loaded with great hiway
07-27-2013 06:22 PM
razorbackvn
Pig Trail

I agree on the Pig Trail in northwest Arkansas some of the best riding in the country for sure.
06-27-2013 01:17 PM
Lionheart When I lived in Cali I tried to ride pch at least 2 times a month
06-27-2013 01:12 PM
thtanner
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The pacific coast highway is a great ride
I live 1 block off of PCH; it is a great ride! In a few weeks I'm taking a trip up north following the coast. It should be fantastic.
06-27-2013 01:09 PM
Lionheart The pacific coast highway is a great ride
06-26-2013 05:16 PM
Spockster None from West Virginia either?

Car and Driver got it right, they listed WV16. And then there's WV47, 33, 119, 68, 2, old US50, US50, all the roads running north/south on the eastern side, hell the slabs, I-77 and I-79, and even I-64, will keep you awake and interested.
06-26-2013 04:38 PM
Vulcan2000
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Print this, stuff it in your leather shirt, get off the couch and on your bike, and find some adventure.
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What!, the Blue Ridge Parkway didn't make the list....... I'm beginning to wonder if you guys even ride.
How can you question their knowledge of motorcycle riding when they wear "leather shirts"? I am sure when they put on their full leathers they start with lederhosen. lol
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