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    God gave us two hemispheres and two wheels so what in the hell am I doing in North Dakota?
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  • #2
    Because when riding season starts you are more appreciative of the days you can ride.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by flat6bagger View Post
      Because when riding season starts you are more appreciative of the days you can ride.
      Very true.
      2013 Black F6B

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      • #4
        If they would have made that road straight it would have been just as fun to ride with the whoop ti doos!

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        • #5
          Where is that curvy road posted in the OP?
          2007 GL1800 level1
          2015 Hannigan Trike n 2009 Tailwind

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          • #6
            Originally posted by meshego1 View Post
            Where is that curvy road posted in the OP?
            Los Caracoles Pass, Chile/Argentina

            (Removed the link - turned out not to include this ride.)
            2008 Red GW1800 -- NRA Life Member - American Legion PUFL, American Legion Riders
            USMC 21 YRS/9 MO and when dead, a dead Marine.
            US Four Corner Ride https://clayusmcret.blogspot.com/
            2014 Mid-States Ride https://mid-states.blogspot.com/
            2015 NC to UT/NV Ride https://2015nvride.blogspot.com/

            50th State ridden on 19 Aug, 2016 DS #1584

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            • #7
              I would bet there is an adult diaper shop on both ends of that road..

              mattbcnv
              2018 Pearl Stallion Brown DCT

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              • biglefti
                biglefti commented
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                Nah! Hey, did you get my message about the 12v port?

            • #8
              Here is a few things to drool over between shoveling the driveway out.

              https://www.dangerousroads.org/ranki...ing-roads.html

              Scenery https://hiconsumption.com/2018/04/be...ds-in-america/

              https://matadornetwork.com/trips/12-...roads-america/

              Best Roads http://www.motorcycleroads.com/best/?s=75
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              Maker of the 01-17 GL1800
              "Rocky Tree & Comfort Risers".
              Current bikes.
              1981 CB900C 10 speed (Restored)
              1986 GL1200 SEi
              2004 GL1800

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              • biglefti
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                I agree with number 1 the Beartooth Hwy, great road with a great speed limit. The BRP sucks in my opinion because of the LE and the low speed limit. An extra 20 on the speed limit would allow you to have a little fun.

              • Gizmo
                Gizmo commented
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                Some great rides there but everybody has different likes. My #1 requirement for a great motorcycle road is lack of traffic. Does my picture above look familiar?

              • Denman46
                Denman46 commented
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                Thanks for those links Rocky. Especially the last.

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                So you like solitude while riding huh. (Lack of Traffic)

                Here is something you should enjoy.


                https://photos.smugmug.com/Movies/Ri...aster-1280.mp4

                https://photos.smugmug.com/Movies/20...1080p-1280.mp4

                "I think I can say, Hwy 36w is one of the best roads anywhere. It has every imaginable type of corner and plenty of them.”
                It begins at valley level and climbs through some of the most beautiful mountains (not that you'll have time to see them),
                It is 4 hours of road alone once you start to the end, East to west, ends at the Pacific Ocean.


                https://photos.smugmug.com/Movies/Ri...02009-1280.mp4

                https://photos.smugmug.com/Movies/Ri...02009-1280.mp4

                https://photos.smugmug.com/Movies/Ri...%2036-1280.mp4

                https://photos.smugmug.com/Movies/20...20FS1-1280.mp4
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                Maker of the 01-17 GL1800
                "Rocky Tree & Comfort Risers".
                Current bikes.
                1981 CB900C 10 speed (Restored)
                1986 GL1200 SEi
                2004 GL1800

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                • Gizmo
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                  My wife had her fill of curves after about three of them on CA36 but it was a fun road for me.

                • Rocky
                  Rocky commented
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                  I'm spoiled. Mine loves the twisty's.

                  When she rode her own bike. She always chose the twisty's

                • Gizmo
                  Gizmo commented
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                  My wife probably didn't like it because she couldn't doze off in those curves.

              • #11
                Costa Mesa, CA
                2012 RED GL1800

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                • #12

                  I might be the only rider who truly enjoys Highway 200 across eastern Montana. I have ridden it dozens of times. The picture is in black and white because I think the place has a stark beauty that defies color. Like much of the west, eastern Montana tends to be drought stricken and brown during most of the riding season. In that country, the greenness of a tree or a wheat field catches your eye. Most of 200 is rolling and arrow straight...nothing wrong with that. More deer and cattle than people inhabit this beautiful land. Little towns every fifty miles offer all you need.

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                  • biglefti
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                    .....and the luxurious smell of crude in the air...........

                  • RoadRat
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                    Picture never showed up for me.

                  • kwthom
                    kwthom commented
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                    I've never been on it - looks a bit like US-50 in Nevada.
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