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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by gsweave, Jan 4, 2014.
I have no jobs scheduled for that time period! No excuses!
Got a place for you to stay near Kingston, Roy.
Thanks again to Harleytim and goonie for turning me on to that place years ago.
We still owe them.
The owners ride. They know all the roads and trails around and are happy to share the Intel.
There's the motel, restaurant, bar, camping, and showers all on site. Great location.
I'm in. later Headbeater
Let me know if you need anything.
I hope the lovely Kate will join us as well.
I'll call this a strongly possible IN.
Maybe I can make this one, time and place look right.
IN!! PJ and I rode thru central PA last summer and loved it. We knew we had to get back to that area. We are looking forward to it. Thinking we might have to try that river crossing again.
Any links to past rides? street, dirt, single track??
There will be somebody for you to ride with.
I should be paired with others who suck offroad but do make a valiant attempt.
Lots of great twisty paved stuff in the area, best in the NE, IMHO. Also lots of dirt roads and what I call 2 rut roads, or jeep trails. I only got a proper dual sport last year, so I don't know dirt as well as pavement, but did a bunch of dirt on the sport tourer in the past.
I have some Garmin routes and tracks of the paved stuff.
This is where my Bro lives, he's been riding dualsport his whole life. The guy has probably been on every (loosely defined) road from Lock Haven to Warren. As an oil roustabout, he is out in the boonies (no offense Boonie) 7-365. He will know where the good shit is.
He will really get a kick outta this crowd too.... We have similar appetites for lifestyle. (as it were)
I'll be ringing his bell in a week or so.
All.. There are more miles of gravel roads north of I80 than there are paved miles. Elk SF and Allegheny National Forest are very convenient to Galeton.
Yes there are Elk in Elk SF.
Gravel crunching Mecca.