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Old 10-01-2014, 07:35 AM   #1
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Good roads near Morehead, KY?

I'll be camping out this weekend with my stepfather in-law and hoping to get in some good riding (if the weather holds out). Can anyone recommend some good roads in the area? Just looking for pavement, no offroad.
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Old 10-01-2014, 05:46 PM   #2
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I'll be camping out this weekend with my stepfather in-law and hoping to get in some good riding (if the weather holds out). Can anyone recommend some good roads in the area? Just looking for pavement, no offroad.
Thanks!
First and foremost...rt 32 from Morehead to Louisa, WV.

But there is no shortage of great riding all around that area. Good enough that there have been several sport-touring association meets held there. In fact, it's really hard not find a good road to ride around that area....just get a map and look for squiggle lines and you won't be disappointed.

Others to ride......I'll post up some more info tomorrow.
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Old 10-02-2014, 05:50 AM   #3
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had to look at a map so that I wouldn't give you wrong SR numbers....
in no particular order....

1274 from Frenchburg to Morehead
77 from Malba to Nada.....Nada Tunnel
715 off 77...through the red River Gorge
7 from West Liberty north
172 from West Liberty east
486 from 32 to 1......sweeper heaven

plenty of other good roads in the area, as I stated yesterday, its hard to find a bad one, but these I listed should get you started....all depends on how far you want to travel. virtually anything east of I-75 is really good, as long as you stay off the "improved" roads that have been made 4 lane. (even those are scenic though)
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Old 10-02-2014, 06:04 AM   #4
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Perfect, much appreciated! I haven't had much time to check area maps for good roads, so your suggestions are a big help. Now I just need the weather to cooperate.
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