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3.5 out of 5 Rider Rating 3.5
4 Reviews

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By jenkstom (10 McR Points) on Jan 05, 2012

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jwhitacre
2 McR Points
March 10, 2012
Most of the road has recently been resurfaced.…
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Stalephreak
160 McR Points
April 15, 2013
The roads are decent for the most part. On the…
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Written Directions

From Tulsa, take HWY 412 west, exit at 209th west avenue also called Prue Road. The ride begins here. Ride north and follow the road around the north side of Lake Keystone to Cleveland, OK.

Scenery

This route is hilly and curvy in the beginning, opening up to a view of Lake Keystone from about a hundred feet up. It winds around the lake going over small sections and through both flat and sparse terrain as well as hilly and wooded.

Drive Enjoyment

This road used to be complete crap, but it's brand new blacktop asphalt now for most of the ride. The last few miles are country road so take it a little slower. Mostly hilly and sweeping curves, just a few of them are tight and twisty.

Tourism Opportunities

This is a rural ride, but has several places to stop for gas because of the state park. There's a gas station at the beginning, two along the way and several at the end in Cleveland. Check out any of several entrances to state parks on Lake Keystone.

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jwhitacre
March 10, 2012
2 McR Points
Motorcycle Type : Touring
Most of the road has recently been resurfaced. Nice easy ride around north side of the lake. Stop in Cleveland and watch the world go by.
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Stalephreak
April 15, 2013
160 McR Points
Motorcycle Type : Sport
The roads are decent for the most part. On the good road, the speed limit seems painfully slow. There's quite a bit of scenery though, so I suppose taking in the view is good with this route. The sad part with that is that the road itself offers very few spots to park and actually look at the more attractive parts of the scenery. Once the road goes rough, caution prepare to get bounced a bit. It's been patched, but like most patch jobs in Oklahoma, there's a noticeable bump.
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Guest
June 17, 2012
0 McR Points
Motorcycle Type : Cruiser
Went the opposite direction starting just north of Cleveland, first several miles the road was a bit rough, but enjoyable.
We continued across Keystone dam, hit 51 back to perry. overall nice ride.
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