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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by SCQTT, Apr 16, 2009.
I am so glad I don't have to deal with that on AZ89 or 89A.
i think i've been on that road . is it a dead end that goes up to a waterfall and bridge.
It's not a dead end. More pics:
I think you are talking about this road.
With this parking spot.
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ok there's a fail here.. wait - wait = don't tell me - oh yeah it's a v-strom!
I hear that road is as bad as the ones in WV, gravel strewn, potholed and full of crazy semi truck drivers. Stay away!
Right, avoid WV like the plague! The roads suck, full of slow fat rednecks with bad attitudes and shotguns! Flat and straight, except when covered in loose gravel and dirt from all the giant trucks!
What! All you guys got long gravel driveways and a 12ga or 30-30 by the front door?
NOTE: That WAS a V-Strom.
This road is not a dead end either.
Is that sarcastic and to keep away the tourists? Some of the best riding for twisties and secenery is in and around Marion, WV. Not too long ago it was one of the biggest riding destinations for people that were "over" Deals Gap. Has that changed? We loved it there. Plus the hotels allowed the bikes to go into the rooms. Very nice people. But then again, I don't live there, so I have the skewed "tourist" view.
a bit below the belt i think, lol:huh:huh:huh
NO! NO! JimVonBaden was correct. NOTHING at all to ride near Marion, Va. Just a few dead straight roads that senior citizens use to get to the local Piggly Wiggly.
Once they finished stripping away all the coal in WV the state was completely flat. They straightened all the roads. Didn't you get the memo?