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Discussion in 'Photos' started by AirForce, Mar 6, 2005.
Macgruder corridor on the montana side.
My photo above is one of many great roads in Richland County, Th of Sylvan. You are gonna have ti find it yourself. Isn't that why we ride. Adventure!!!!!!!!!!!! I was lucky enough to have lived 1/4 mile from this road till I moved to town in July. Here is another great road in Richland County. These types of roads are everywhere.
Yep, miles and miles of great roads in the driftless, right out my front door...
GoPro capture from Colorado
Near Roan Mtn, TN
Pony Express Route south of Fallon
Little River National Preserve Alabama
Wonder what makes it impassable to motorcycles?
Not sure but I about boiled my brake fluid coming down think I was in second or third gear. When I go there I usually go up that way to highway 35 and Fort Payne this time I came from the other end of the canyon down. My Ural has disc on front and drum on rear and sidecar the front was almost non existent until it cooled a little and the drums ain't that great alone. I see no reason a motorcycle would have much of a problem any where through there if paying attention and not getting to fast.
Maybe just trying to keep the sport bikes off it.
Or cruisers that would boil their rear brake fluid, because we all know the front brake will kill you.
out back of carsonville nb. near dinglycootch..
Lookout Mountain near Desoto Falls
I suppose this place may best be described as a 'redneck beach' near Blacksburg, SC.
First sign really is at the roadside, second one is a few yards into the area.
This was on a New Year's Day ride so we didn't get the full ambience.
^^^From the glimpses we can see beyond the signs it doesn't look like the rules have done much to keep the area nice... I'll bet that place rocks in the nice weather!
This cracked me up, on the road to Grand Targhee resort on the western side of the Tetons (SE Idaho):
This isn't exactly a "road sign" but I thought it was rather poignant:
The little sign in front of the logging truck:
Now that the loggers are done they might have to re-name the church for a generation or two...