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Old 10-07-2012, 05:40 PM   #53281
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I think it is called Hainni or something like that. Nothing fancy, sort of in the hood. It is in a place where six streets come together. Very busy, interesting mix of people constantly in & out....no seating, carryout only.

I found it years ago when I traveled up to that area to go to a concert. Been back 4 or 5 times. Traditional delis have been hard to find in the places where I have lived the last 20 years.
Thanks I'll do a little research and check the place out as we are always looking for good little places. Check out Primo's Deli on Romig Rd if you ever get a chance, also in the hood.
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Old 10-07-2012, 05:49 PM   #53282
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Went on the Lodi trip solo. Since it was a little cold I just decided on a quick blast up 71. Picked up my packages & then decided to head over to NW Akron for a bite to eat at a deli I like. Really great corned beef.

Headed sorta generally south & wound up in the Charm/Berlin/Millersburg area. Really pretty, but sort of crowded. Made it back to Fredericktown about 4:15. I saw a Strom at the gas station @ 95/13.

Good day, uneventful.
I think I passed you on 95 near 60 around 4 something.
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Old 10-07-2012, 05:51 PM   #53283
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So, are you Thursday riders (Matt???) interested in a little bike Tar Hallow ride now???

(seriously, I'll ride either bike, anywhere you guys want... I'm just saying, I can lead us on a 60-80 ish mile ride of the roads they're talking about here if you'ns want.)

I just want to ride though; whatever/wherever.
I am absolutely fine with Tar Hallow.
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Old 10-07-2012, 07:11 PM   #53284
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Hey Guys and Gals....I'm a little late to this thread (over 4 million views?!?!?!?)

I've been an ADV member a while, and post some, but never realized that this regional thread exitsted.

I live in the Akron area and ride a lot. Let's leave it at that for now. My current bike is a 2003 SV650 that has just over 128,000 miles on her now. She's taken me all over the country several times over.

I have occasinally seen an ADV sticker on a bike while tooling around S Ohio and knew there were others.

If anyone is ever looking to ride, let me know. I have a LOT of routes saved from over the years, but also have a good nose for successful explorations.

Anyways...great to see this thread. Hope to see some of you on the road (or off)
I have Tuesday morning off, and am headed to Carroll county. Let me know if you're free to ride.
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Old 10-07-2012, 07:27 PM   #53285
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I am absolutely fine with Tar Hallow.
Me too. Actually that would be my preferred place to ride.
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Old 10-07-2012, 08:20 PM   #53286
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this is kinda cool...if you have the Google Earth Plugin installed in your browser, you can view virtual 3D tours of a selected route in Google Maps

get it here: http://www.google.com/earth/explore/...ts/plugin.html


heres the first leg of my Big Hock Hollow Ride:


http://goo.gl/maps/iFNfz


...look on the left side where the directions are, look for the big blue button that says Get Directions...below that you'll see "Driving directions to OH-56 W" and to the right of that is a little 3D button...click that and enjoy the ride

takes about 5 minutes
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Old 10-07-2012, 09:15 PM   #53287
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I am absolutely fine with Tar Hallow.
It's supposed to be pouring rain and -20 on Thursday.

(I'm just hoping, slightly, that this is true so I don't sit at work stewing in resentment)
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Old 10-07-2012, 09:28 PM   #53288
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It's supposed to be pouring rain and -20 on Thursday.

(I'm just hoping, slightly, that this is true so I don't sit at work stewing in resentment)


Today Oct 8

59F
34F
Partly Cloudy

Chance of rain:
0%
Wind:
SSE at 8 mph
Details


Tue Oct 9

65
45
Sunny

Chance of rain:
0%
Wind:
S at 11 mph
Details


Wed Oct 10

57
32
AM Showers

Chance of rain:
30%
Wind:
W at 15 mph
Details


Thu Oct 11

64
43
Sunny

Chance of rain:
0%
Wind:
SSW at 10 mph
Details


Fri Oct 12

60
37
Partly Cloudy

Chance of rain:
0%
Wind:
N at 8 mph
Details


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Old 10-07-2012, 10:10 PM   #53289
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Sorry I didn't manage to meet any of you at the Baby Burr, or at least not put a face and advrider name together. Ssreed84, you might be the exception if you happen to have a saw on the front of a KTM. If so, I was on the yellow husky that came in seconds before the sweep crew on Sunday. Indy - I aksed a couple guys on Yamahas with helmets cams if they were you, but didn't find the right one.

The trails on both days were a blast and I managed to complete everything except the A / AA loops which I skipped rather than risking injuries on my first weekend back in the dirt. Saturday went ok for me expet that I forgot how to ride a dirt bike for a while. The first turn into the woods, I grbbed a handful of front brake and went heading off into the shrubbery - oh yeah, not a street bike and not tarmac. I tasted dirt and bark a few times by being on the wrong peg at the wrong time on off camber stuff and lost one radiator shroud in the process. I also sat way too much and am paying the price with swollen ass cheeks. Don't like that visual, think baboon man.

Sunday I started remebering how to ride again, but felt the need to make the day even longer. I stopped to help a guy with a flat and donated my spare tube and a couple CO2 cartidges right before lunch. (first 1/2 hour lost) Near the end of the day, I passed my riding partner in the woods, but he didn't realize it was me. I finished the section and waited a while before walking back in to check on him since I didn't hear his motor. In the mean time, he was wondering why I never caught up and started riding the trail abckwards looking for me. Eventually, he gave up and headed back in my direction and I met him in the woods on foot. Thankfully, I was able to follow the sound of his motor out instead of the trail and headed cross country to save a bit of time. (another hour down the drain) Finally, on the last section (bypassing the AA loop) we came up on a guy walking out because his KTM's tank had run dry. My riding partner rode two up with him to the exit on the road to get to his buddies who had decided not to wait for him. At that point we hatched a new plan and he hopped on the back of my bike to ride the trail backwards back to his bike and transfer fuel from my bike to his. (30 more minutes gone) It worked and we all rode out, but the sweep crew caught up while we were transferring fuel. Aside from donating an hour to the karma that keeps my bike from breaking on the trail and spending an hour an hour on a nature hike, I picked up a good chunk of my old speed on Sunday and stopped making as many mistakes. All the fast trail sections probably helped, but I felt a lot more comfortable in the tight stuff too. Overall, a fabulous return to the dirt world from my perspective.

To those of you who worked the event and made the trails, and to mother nature: Thanks for a great weekend! I couldn't have asked for better trails or weather.

Kory & ssreed84 - If the sweep crew bitches about the guy who held them up on the last bit of trail, tell them I'm sorry. I was riding as fast as I could without risking a wreck and I heard them close behind me. I'm sure they would have had more fun wtih a bit more speed.
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Old 10-08-2012, 04:01 AM   #53290
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...I saw Travis there - and he was long gone, never to be seen again by me. I followed Indy Pup and his pals - the Pup is up to speed! Does not hesitate, always 'on the gas' immediately - definitely no whining. I wish I was that good in my first 10 months of riding. I see a 450 in his near future (Mmorgan????)...
I had a great weekend at the Baby Burr too! No complaints from me. ERA did a great job at putting on the event. I had heard good things about this event and that it was one not to miss.

I rode everything and loved it. Especially that AA loop at the end of Sunday. That thing was awesome!!! Kory, you did a hell of a job laying that thing out!!! It was awesome! Can't say that enough! lol It was pretty much 1st/2nd gear for me the whole way but it was very fun. I would have done it again if I the guys I was riding with would have went with me. I would love to have a loop like that to practice on everyday. I would be in Heaven... I'm addicted to dirt big time. The tighter and more technical stuff is challenging me to become a better rider.
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Old 10-08-2012, 04:11 AM   #53291
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Sorry I didn't manage to meet any of you at the Baby Burr, or at least not put a face and advrider name together. Ssreed84, you might be the exception if you happen to have a saw on the front of a KTM. If so, I was on the yellow husky that came in seconds before the sweep crew on Sunday. Indy - I aksed a couple guys on Yamahas with helmets cams if they were you, but didn't find the right one.

The trails on both days were a blast and I managed to complete everything except the A / AA loops which I skipped rather than risking injuries on my first weekend back in the dirt. Saturday went ok for me expet that I forgot how to ride a dirt bike for a while. The first turn into the woods, I grbbed a handful of front brake and went heading off into the shrubbery - oh yeah, not a street bike and not tarmac. I tasted dirt and bark a few times by being on the wrong peg at the wrong time on off camber stuff and lost one radiator shroud in the process. I also sat way too much and am paying the price with swollen ass cheeks. Don't like that visual, think baboon man.

Sunday I started remebering how to ride again, but felt the need to make the day even longer. I stopped to help a guy with a flat and donated my spare tube and a couple CO2 cartidges right before lunch. (first 1/2 hour lost) Near the end of the day, I passed my riding partner in the woods, but he didn't realize it was me. I finished the section and waited a while before walking back in to check on him since I didn't hear his motor. In the mean time, he was wondering why I never caught up and started riding the trail abckwards looking for me. Eventually, he gave up and headed back in my direction and I met him in the woods on foot. Thankfully, I was able to follow the sound of his motor out instead of the trail and headed cross country to save a bit of time. (another hour down the drain) Finally, on the last section (bypassing the AA loop) we came up on a guy walking out because his KTM's tank had run dry. My riding partner rode two up with him to the exit on the road to get to his buddies who had decided not to wait for him. At that point we hatched a new plan and he hopped on the back of my bike to ride the trail backwards back to his bike and transfer fuel from my bike to his. (30 more minutes gone) It worked and we all rode out, but the sweep crew caught up while we were transferring fuel. Aside from donating an hour to the karma that keeps my bike from breaking on the trail and spending an hour an hour on a nature hike, I picked up a good chunk of my old speed on Sunday and stopped making as many mistakes. All the fast trail sections probably helped, but I felt a lot more comfortable in the tight stuff too. Overall, a fabulous return to the dirt world from my perspective.

To those of you who worked the event and made the trails, and to mother nature: Thanks for a great weekend! I couldn't have asked for better trails or weather.

Kory & ssreed84 - If the sweep crew bitches about the guy who held them up on the last bit of trail, tell them I'm sorry. I was riding as fast as I could without risking a wreck and I heard them close behind me. I'm sure they would have had more fun wtih a bit more speed.
Good for you RXC on helping out. ;) Sorry I missed you. I think I was pulling out of the fairgrounds when I may have saw you coming in Sunday. I remember seeing a yellow bike coming in solo. ;)
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Old 10-08-2012, 04:14 AM   #53292
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Sorry I missed you Bob I rode yesterday with Travis and a couple of other buddies from down here we had a blast. it was a great mixture of trails something for everyone.

You thanked the wrong club it was Enduro Riders instead of ADR.

Whenever you want to ride these trails again just get a hold of us and we will go.
Sorry I missed you too. I saw Kory Saturday at dinner but didn't know anyone else. ;)
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Old 10-08-2012, 04:35 AM   #53293
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It's supposed to be pouring rain and -20 on Thursday.

(I'm just hoping, slightly, that this is true so I don't sit at work stewing in resentment)
I'm sure it will be given the sort of luck I've had in the past week...
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Old 10-08-2012, 05:33 AM   #53294
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I have Tuesday morning off, and am headed to Carroll county. Let me know if you're free to ride.


I'm off, have bike, will travel (the 15 miles to Carroll Co)...
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Old 10-08-2012, 08:05 AM   #53295
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Sorry I didn't manage to meet any of you at the Baby Burr, or at least not put a face and advrider name together. Ssreed84, you might be the exception if you happen to have a saw on the front of a KTM. If so, I was on the yellow husky that came in seconds before the sweep crew on Sunday. Indy - I aksed a couple guys on Yamahas with helmets cams if they were you, but didn't find the right one.

The trails on both days were a blast and I managed to complete everything except the A / AA loops which I skipped rather than risking injuries on my first weekend back in the dirt. Saturday went ok for me expet that I forgot how to ride a dirt bike for a while. The first turn into the woods, I grbbed a handful of front brake and went heading off into the shrubbery - oh yeah, not a street bike and not tarmac. I tasted dirt and bark a few times by being on the wrong peg at the wrong time on off camber stuff and lost one radiator shroud in the process. I also sat way too much and am paying the price with swollen ass cheeks. Don't like that visual, think baboon man.

Sunday I started remebering how to ride again, but felt the need to make the day even longer. I stopped to help a guy with a flat and donated my spare tube and a couple CO2 cartidges right before lunch. (first 1/2 hour lost) Near the end of the day, I passed my riding partner in the woods, but he didn't realize it was me. I finished the section and waited a while before walking back in to check on him since I didn't hear his motor. In the mean time, he was wondering why I never caught up and started riding the trail abckwards looking for me. Eventually, he gave up and headed back in my direction and I met him in the woods on foot. Thankfully, I was able to follow the sound of his motor out instead of the trail and headed cross country to save a bit of time. (another hour down the drain) Finally, on the last section (bypassing the AA loop) we came up on a guy walking out because his KTM's tank had run dry. My riding partner rode two up with him to the exit on the road to get to his buddies who had decided not to wait for him. At that point we hatched a new plan and he hopped on the back of my bike to ride the trail backwards back to his bike and transfer fuel from my bike to his. (30 more minutes gone) It worked and we all rode out, but the sweep crew caught up while we were transferring fuel. Aside from donating an hour to the karma that keeps my bike from breaking on the trail and spending an hour an hour on a nature hike, I picked up a good chunk of my old speed on Sunday and stopped making as many mistakes. All the fast trail sections probably helped, but I felt a lot more comfortable in the tight stuff too. Overall, a fabulous return to the dirt world from my perspective.

To those of you who worked the event and made the trails, and to mother nature: Thanks for a great weekend! I couldn't have asked for better trails or weather.


Kory & ssreed84 - If the sweep crew bitches about the guy who held them up on the last bit of trail, tell them I'm sorry. I was riding as fast as I could without risking a wreck and I heard them close behind me. I'm sure they would have had more fun wtih a bit more speed.
It wasn't me on a KTM I ride a WR and Im not with The club I just started the thread to help with the pub. I live in McArthur and like that these events help our community through money spent and all the money the club donates to different charities and scholarships.

I didn't get to meet anyone we were done at 230 on Saturday and was going to comeback up that night but got busy and didn't make it back maybe next ride we can meet.
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