Tar Hollow

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  1. windburn

    windburn Long timer

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    Tar Hollow State Forestand Park are in central Ohio. Today I took a ride.

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  2. bikeridermark

    bikeridermark Long timer

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    Cool! I have a place two miles from the north entrance. Did you ride any of the gravel roads?
    One of the best kept secret areas!
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  3. windburn

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    This was my first trip to Tar Hollow. Next trip I'm bringing my Ohio Gazetteer map book. I live near Dayton so I hauled the Trail 90 the 100 miles to Tar Hollow on my hitch mounted motorcycle hauler. In MHO this is as fine an area to ride as we have in Ohio.
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  4. gumshoe4

    gumshoe4 Been here awhile

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    That is absolutely gorgeous.

    Here, we're probably going to get about a week of fall and then go directly to winter. It's nice to see that other places get an actual fall.

    Those are awesome photos. Thanks for sharing them...
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  5. Brooktown Geezer

    Brooktown Geezer scooter guy

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    Nice photos!
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  6. cdwise

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    Lovely fall foliage photos, it looks like I won't be anywhere with such lovely color this year. I'm jealous.
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  7. Speedo66

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    Nice pictures!
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  8. windburn

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    Into the Woodlands

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  9. Moparmanpete

    Moparmanpete The Cracken has risen!......again

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    Very nice, I hope to ride over there in a couple weeks and explore around alittle.


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  10. CMS

    CMS Been here awhile

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    Windburn, I live in Beavercreek and have followed your trips [posted here] , I've been to a few of the places you've shown, great pictures. We have run RT41 from the Ohio river to Washington CH, another curvey road with beatiful fall scenery. Right now it looks a little bleack for any more fall runs,hope the weather will improve enough to sneak in one more fall ride. We usually run our 250cc bikes on these trips, makes for a great trip. CMS [Terry] :ricky
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  11. windburn

    windburn Long timer

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    Thanks CMS I'll put route 41 on my list for my Silver Wing. I haul my trail 90 to great location to ride as it is really too slow at 43 mph to use on anything other them trails and county roads. The trail 90 has been like riding history as it is 41 years old. I have really enjoyed bringing it back to service and riding in the country.

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  12. CMS

    CMS Been here awhile

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    For 41yr's old thats a great looking / running bike. More proof you don't need an 1800 cc somthing to enjoy riding. CMS [Terry] :ricky
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  13. klaviator

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    Looks like fun. Nice pics:thumb
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