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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by XRV Gud, Feb 18, 2004.

  1. XRV Gud

    XRV Gud Guest

    Hi dudes, I´m thinking of making a coast to coast-ride on as much gravelroads as possible. How much (%) gravel will I be able to find without losing to much direction. Is it like less gravelroads in the east so I should take asphalt there and wait for the gravel in the west? Or opposite? Should I keep north or south?
    Guess I will spend about 4 weeks. Any existing reports?

    Or should I just forget it and rent a Harley and hit the asphalt?

    (Found this website few days ago,, it´s great!)

    Regs //Fredrik, Stockholm
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  2. freaking RT

    freaking RT will golf for food

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    welcome to the asylum.


    what time of year are you going to be here?

    are there any "must see" places on your travel list?

    and yes, there are less gravel/non-paved roads in the east.

    there are some beautiful backs roads all over the country.

    why a Harley??
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  3. XRV Gud

    XRV Gud Guest

    what time of year are you going to be here?

    -nothing fixed, guess between Mars-Okt.

    are there any "must see" places on your travel list?

    -nope, allways travel very much "non-turistic"

    and yes, there are less gravel/non-paved roads in the east.

    -ok, tnx.

    there are some beautiful backs roads all over the country.

    -ye have noticed from the pics.

    why a Harley??[/QUOTE]


    -love rallye bikes/-driving but I also like the soft, laidback feeling of a harley. (sometimes u want hot dogs, sometimes ice creme)
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  4. Rad

    Rad Done riding

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  6. nazareth

    nazareth Urbane Gorilla

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    You'll need more than 4-weeks.
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