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Discussion in 'Photos' started by RiderDawg, Jul 7, 2017.
that's where I work!
I have now lived in Euclid just outside of Cleveland for 13 years. Yet I have never ridden the Emerald Necklace! Yes, I have ridden parts, especially on the eastern side near where I live, but have never connected the east and west to complete the loop. In fact I did not know how to connect them without getting on major roads. Google Maps to the rescue and I had a route planned out! I need to put some miles on my new Scooter so that would be the bike of choice for the day. Color is just starting on the trees. I love this time of year!!
Here are some pics of my tour of the Cleveland Metro Parks:
Near Brinkhaven,Oh . The Bridge of Dreams.
Takin' a break along the "Triple Nickel". Nice little elevated picnic spot with a view of the byway!
trials at AMA Hq today.
Greater Carbondale. Grew up close
Saw many races there! Rode my first Penton too. Ended up buying one!
Ran many a race there, including the last AHRMA (and trophied) and badly broke my arm there on a practice day in 1989
I was going in the early 70s. Saw a national motocross. Never raced there.
Remember that they thought the track was too easy and changed it to go up and back down the hill.
I grew up in New Phila. And lived in Westerville 15 years.
Shawnee, Ohio -
The kind of roads that we love. Rock Hollow Road. Union Township 67.
Hey GAS GUY, would you be so kind to let me know where this Rock Hollow Road is in OH? Thanks.
This thread makes me wonder why a bunch of you don't play Tag or participate in the regionals forum.
Sorry, but I'm not rightly sure. It was a beautiful gravel road that I'd stumbled upon last September while based in New Straightsville during Waylin' Wayne Weekend. Somewhere in Southeast Ohio and east of New Straightsville is all I can be sure of, other than the sign at the edge of the road.
Found this quintessential gravel road also. Not too far from the other one. Don't have an exact position on this one either. Was just out wandering around. Guess I better turn on the picture location function for the smartphone.
Looks like it's probably Rock Hollow Lane on Google Maps.
Yes, that should be it. It was a short lane also. Felt as if it was someone's driveway, as you traveled it past a few homesteads, although it wasn't.