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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by Cuttle, Aug 25, 2012.
Safe travels and have a GREAT visit!
K-60 just arrived today Chris....
Your a peach
continued safe travels. see you two in a couple weeks
Noob for this rally.:eek1
Is this Google map direction correct from Charlotte? How about gps coordinates?
Two of us from the Charlotte area are meeting up on Thursday to ride up. Want to join us? Between the 3 of us, what could go wrong? :huh
I plan to take my truck since I am riding my KLX450R in the rally. Thanks for the invite, maybe next time I will take my VStrom 1K.
Have a good trip!
That's the place!
It'll be good to see ya again!
Thinking about riding my Husaberg up from the northern Atlanta. Not a highway bike and looking for some good forest service, gravel roads, or scenic country roads along the route southwest to northeast pretty much along the NC/TN border. Any ideas? Google earthed a start but hard to tell exactly what the road is like. Have already done the BRP and it takes too long. Thanks for any ideas!
Great. I was getting worried. I put yours on in salt lake city
Definitely! I will buy the first round.
that's an easy one.....
When ya'll get lost PM me. I'm headed up from Charlotte probably on Tuesday and since I lived up there for about 9 years I think I know about every goat trail/hiking path in the area.
I plan to ride up on Wed after lunch....my 'direct route' looks something like THIS if anyone cares to join me.
Thanks, I'll take you up on that. If I'm lost where I still get cell reception...
So I'm heading over on thursday from Raleigh, anyone else trailering along the route?
Want to conserve a tow vehicle since parking is limited up there?
(And I'm not riding my KTM xcf from Raleigh)
Just head for the top of a hill.
p.s. Verizon coverage is pretty good across the area, AT&T only works inside a few select towns.....others?
Looks like an awesome ride, it's all paved? Just wondering because I'm riding up with a street bike.
11 of the last 12 miles are dirt/gravel. The alternative staying on pavement is to just follow the 19E around to Hampton like THIS google says it adds 7 miles but saves 7 minutes.
Nice, thank you sir. I may just steal that route from you.
T-mobile SUX in that area (where NC, TN, KY, VA, and WV all come together).
Plan on using smoke signals.