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Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by iDave, Jan 27, 2006.
Man, I would love to go but I have to work on Sat.
Multi-B-day partey at Todd and Helen's. Guns, Dirtbikes, Beer, Food. Beer. Shots....
I agree xsquiggy.
See ya in Franklin, WV at 11:30 ya slacker.
Whoever iDave is.
Ill be there at 11:45
Too late, I'll be gone.
Up 220 to Franklin. Then 28 33 MMSR and wander around back home. Nothing official. Just a ride somewhere.
See you there...
ill be there
Y'all have fun. I'm riding local roads tomorrow.
All roads are local. Some are just longer.
Dude I am out, sent you a PM, I got to run to Lynchburg and pick up a front tire. Mine is worn out. Chords showing on the edges. Have fun gonna be a great day.
You are the last person I thought would barry out on a ride Steve.
I rode, just not with you clowns.
Front tire was shaaaawwwwwwwwwwwwwwwttttttttttttt.
Got a new one mounted now. So :fyyff
I spent the afternoon exploring the roads in Morgan County,WV. The weather was 53 F. and partly cloudy at 11:30am when I left the house. Skirting the western edge of Sleepy Creek Mountain, I traveled north on an even mix of twisty pavement and graval roads, exploring several side roads as I went. After passing through Berkeley Springs,WV, a 19th century resort town and 21st century tourist trap, I turned west on Wv Rt.9.
Climbing a steep ridge, Rt. 9 passes a one hundred year old stone castle before cresting at a scenic overlook with a view of the Potomac River. Turning south at the town of Great Cacapon,WV I searched for a backroads route to Forks of Cacapon,WV. Roads on both sides of the Cacapon River eventually dead ended straight into the water; however there were two low water bridges, a massive powerline hill climb(to attempt on a future day) and a primitive scenic overlook 150 feet above a dam to make up for it. While positioning my bike on one of the wet, wooden low water bridges for a picture, the rear wheel kicked out and the bike fell hard. The clutch and shift levers took the full brunt of the fall and both will need to be replaced. After some lever adjustments it was time to head home. Total mileage 140, total time 4 hours.
Saw this treo in someone's driveway
Overlooking the Potomac on Rt.9
The road ended here at the Cacapon.