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November 9, 2014
It has a nice mixture. Ride next to the Chagrin River, through wooded State Parks, Grassy fields, and past old farms. Just...
Much of the road has been resurfaced this summer(2014)
Start at Rte 84 or Johnnycake Ridge Rd in Willoughby, Oh. Take Rte 174 or River Rd. south to Chagrin Blvd. Head...
October 31, 2014
These roads are in the middle of the beautiful Davis Mountains about 35 miles off Interstate 10 in West Central Texas. This...
The roads have a few twisties but mainly nice curves to enjoy the changing landscaape. Pavement is very smooth for back country...
From the historic town of Fort Davis, Texas, take hwy 118 to the McDonald Observatory, about ten miles. That section is the...
October 30, 2014
This route runs through the Appalachian Mountains just to the east of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It is four-lane divided...
The quality of the tarmac is perfect. This is a high-speed highway after all. There are lots of bridges along the way,...
This route is a seriously fun, high speed, twisty run on Route 40 along the Pigeon River with the north point being...
October 14, 2014
This route covers the gorgeous shannendoah river and the rolling hills along the way. Very very very very very curvy and beautiful,...
Lots of curves, well maintained, no issues with traction at all - there are many gravel off shoots though. be weary and...
649 Mt Carmel Rd, Millwood, VA off route 50, a little bit after you enter the Paris area - over to Bluemont...
October 13, 2014
This route is suggested as a continuation of the world famous - "Going to the Sun" road in Glacier National Park. As...
It's a mix of everything. Honestly, it might be the best road I've ridden. While it's not the most technical (let's be...
Start at the east end of Going to the Sun in Glacier National Park. At the St. Mary's Lodge, take a right...
October 11, 2014
This route is within the Wayne National Forrest. As such it is very rural and has few if any services along the...
This route is very twisty with lots of elevation changes especially near the southern end when it is a continuous drop down...
Beginning in Woodsfield Ohio take Route 800 south about 3.5 miles to Ohio 255. Take Route 255 southeast all the way to...
October 10, 2014
I've ridden this route many times, and prefer it to riding Nestucca River the whole way through. Turning left onto Bald Mtn...
The Pavement on Bald Mountain Access is in excellent condition. However it is a 1 lane forest road with OHV crossings. None...
This route is a paved alternative to riding the few mile section of Nestucca River Road that is hard pack gravel. Nestucca...
October 6, 2014
This route cover farmland with mountain ranges on either side.
A beautiful canyon ride for 17 miles
From north to south this is only paved for about 10 miles....then turns to very loose gravel for the last 8 miles.
From the north I90 exit #77
From the south take Lolo Creek Rd #12 to Graves Creek Rd
WARNING: This route is...
October 3, 2014
Hey guys-I'm local to Franklin, NC and figured I'd let you in on my dirty little secret...its one of the most beautiful...
The road has a nice combination of tight switchbacks and long, fast sweepers. As mentioned earlier, the first 7 miles are freshly...
The easiest way to find the road is to head out of Franklin, NC heading west on Highway 64. About 5 miles...
October 3, 2014
The ride from Golden up Golden Gate Canyon is marked by beautiful canyon scenery on the lower portions, with numerous rock walls...
The best twisties are at the beginning, but the whole road is great. A bit of a sportbike haven. The road surface...
1.4 miles north of the intersection of CO-93 and US-6/CO-58 in Golden, turn west onto Golden Gate Canyon Road (CO-46). Continue 18...
October 1, 2014
Tighter twisties in a rural setting until reaching the best part. A series of 10 mph curves, nearly always clean, with a...
Road has a uniform paved surface for holding and is well marked. A general caution for all curvy roads in this area...
Pick up W. Deer Creek Canyon Road off of Wadsworth Boulevard, less than a mile south of C-470 on Denver's southwest side....
September 30, 2014
The scenery is nice with cattle ranches and orange groves. What makes this ride nice is NO traffic and a twisty road....
The pavement is in good condition with some sections recently paved. Lots of curves (for Florida) and roller coaster type hills on...
The route begins just north of Fish Eating Creek (7.5 miles north of SR29) on the west side of US27. Take Detjens...
September 29, 2014
This route takes you through scenic countryside in Oklahoma - just west of the Ouachita Mountains, but still hilly and very rural....
There are many parts of this road where the re-surfacing has worn away. I didn't encounter any loose gravel, but there are...
You catch this road (State Highway 63) in Haileyville, OK. The junction is marked, but be looking for it - it's easily...
September 29, 2014
The route snakes through rustic farms and forest, but there isn't anything to stand out if you ride around this area frequently....
The road is paved, but it has been a while. The big plus is that the whole length is pretty much all...
From US 98, turn off onto Kemp Rd. Virgil road will be just over 1 mile on the right.

From US...
September 27, 2014
You will be riding thru the Cherokee National Forest and Great Smoky Mountains National Park
The road is almost prefect with virtually no traffic,except for the last 1.6 miles.
The pucker factor is that last 1.6 miles...
From Cosby Tennessee take TN 32 to Waterville Road, Mt Sterling North Carolina
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