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Discussion in 'Canada' started by 1200GSCanuck, Aug 25, 2011.
so, post a pic and let us guess where your awesome ride might be situated. Here;s mine!
souther utah, norther nevada/arizona???
Pulling this one out of the bag!
no..the sweet part, is that it's in CANADA
the idea of the thread being to highlight some awesome canadian roads worth checking out
i"m kinda surprised that with almost 80 "adventurers" having viewed the pic, no one has figured it out
Highway 16 Alberta foothills?
HWY 99 from Lillooet to Whistler?
good guesses but both are the wrong part of the country by thousands of kilometers
Well if its Canada??????
Kinda tundra like, northern Quebec, or labradour?
getting much warmer but neither quebec nor Labrador
Gros Morne it is. You win the big prize!
This road runs between Woody Point and Trout River past the Tablelands. Having never been to Nfld. prior to this summer, i really had no idea what to expect geography and landscape-wise. i must say i was awestruck by the jaw dropping beauty of this Province. It rivals BC in many ways, and from a population perspective exceeds. We rode for days on end in August,even weekends, without hardly a soul in sight. Truly a gem. for anyone who hasnt been, its a must see!. Will be returning next year for sure. Went days on end without detecting RCMP
I was about to say the "tablelands". Look, an American beat you guys to it. Just goes to show you how much we love to ride in your country.
We'll start off with an easy one...
Lots of guys here can identify this one, too...
Hemlo. They really do make yellow (gold) bricks down that road.
That's Hwy 17.
Grey Creek summit. There is [was] a secret cabin up there, S. of the road and in a bit. It's really just a mosquito feeding station though.
Phque that looks like my old bike!
If it's the one I'm thinking of, the trail to the cabin is still quite obvious from the main road. Bought that bike from a guy in Revelstoke, he bought it out of Nova Scotia. It's originally from the UK.
Another easy one:
That one would have been too easy!