Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by TheRightToRemainSilent, May 27, 2004.
tennessee curvy mountain roads > *.curvy roads
just thought i'd let you know
I'll be the judge of that... give me a month or two.
Alabama has some damn fine roads too.
...oh, and you better hope that nobody from California is online right now. Cali supposedly has some extremely nice roads as well.
i want a bike
shouldve seen the roads in through the alps..
Remember... a road with blind curves is not a good road, no matter how twisty it is.
If I can't see far enough around a curve to carry a decent amount of speed it's no good to me.
hey short bus, are you coming to TN?
i can show you a pretty famous place here if you are...
i can only judge tn roads anyway...i have only rode for 2 months..and only in TN ad VA
Arizona straight roads < *
I'm definitely heading up there at some point this Summer. I'll probably be waiting until I swap out this rear tire for a new one sometime in July or August. I'm taking a week off of work and I'll probably ride up on Sunday so I can have my fun at Deal's Gap and the Skyway early in the morning on a weekday so I won't have to deal with much traffic.
...and I'll have the rest of the week to explore the area.
ever hear anything about shady valley or US HWY 421 ?
Rt 129 the Dragon Tenessee into NC = win
whoever done that topo...
could you do 421 for me?
pics of your bike
beautiful FZR ya got there
$1000 and 35,000 miles....she runs like a scalded dog
shitty free topo of us hwy 421 coming up...
im telling you short bus...you gotta ride this
i mean, its the only place curvy that i have rode, so i cant call it the bomb but man its damn nice
Wow man, that's a fucking steal. I'm keeping my eyes open for a deal like that myself... the XX is a great bike, but I really want another one, something with less weight and more flickability.
VA's Blue Ridge parkway is pretty damn curvey - so were some hills up in upstate NY that lead through VT & MA, love mountain curves, get some shade, some breeze, and if you have no traffic anymntncurves > *
Where exactly is it?
There are a few Kalifornia-isms that I'm not too fond of... but I still think I'm going to try to move out that direction.