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Discussion in 'Tejas and the Gulf States' started by airdale7, Nov 8, 2012.
63 degrees wednesday and I think I can get away from work. Anyone want to ride the OAT trail ??
Not unless we can do it in an hour!!
Where is the OAT trail...?
More than an hour. Im going to start in Keys, ride to Mtn View Meat company area on Hwy 100, then thru Rocky Mtn to Tailholt, if time allows continue across Barron fork at Welling, pass Salvation Army, cross 62 Hwy and down to Punkin Hollow and then up the east side of the Illinois on the gravel roads.
Would be great if you can join me.
Yeah...I've ridden a lot of that route! It's a good one! Looking like a great day to do so! Post a start time. please and I will see what I can do...!
I think 830 is good. Still cold at that time but I bundle up.
We can move that start time around if you need. No problem. I could stop by the moto shop. Otherwise, 830 in front of the donut shop in Keys. Bring your GPS if you have one.
Work beckons and will not let me loose. I'm riding in tomorrow at 0645 ish! I will take the long way home after...! Enjoy...!!
Took a quick ride during lunch today thru Keys on to Carter Landing area...nosed around looking for a black KLR...didn't see one!! Musta been making dust in Welling...!!
Indeed. You asked about the"trail". OKLR had an idea to map a route around Oklahoma and call it the Oklahoma Adventure Trail. Mostly backroads and gravel.
Seems some (a lot) of the routes are interior state routes...and not so much circumvention...! NOT complaining at all....I want to ride all of them!!
You headed south yet...?
I went south in October and didnt get too far before work forced my return. I made it to Tampico, Mexico. Had a great time in the process.
We had to go find the tree yesterday.
Awesome tree. Just a few blocks from my home. I've been lazy and haven taken the Christmas decor down...
Sunday was a great day to ride. Never seen so many bikes.
Had a couple of students give some Valentines Day trinkets...felt bad cause I did not get anything for them. Took them to B&J's for lunch Friday...good chow...I was looking for you Dale...
Thanks for the business Spank. Friday...uh, Probably out by the dam that day..as most.
I was about to send a text when this popped up. Logged on to klrwf for instructions to change the low beam. I got the riight bulb and changed it in maybe 15 minutes. Glad I asked about that sticker on your fork.
Here is a pic of a nice water crossing in Camp Gruber. 35.749808,-95.051689
RR on www.twowheelsthreeamericas.com
This is a great place to ride...extreme southern Cherokee County
Damn, I could use a few weeks of freedom from this machine we call the American Dream.
Just me, the bike and the highway!
The bridge over the Barron Fork at Welling last weekend.
My parents would stop and we would play there as kids.