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Old 01-02-2010, 09:04 PM   #1
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Question forest route??

Anyone know of any good forest routes? i know of a couple up towards huntsville.
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Dude who needs routes????? Just ride out till you get lost then keep riding some more...trust me, its alot more relaxing like that rather then riding with a list to tell you where to go and how long and whats coming up around the next curve. After your lost for about an hour or so then pull over and ask somebody how the you get home lol
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Dude who needs routes????? Just ride out till you get lost then keep riding some more...trust me, its alot more relaxing like that rather then riding with a list to tell you where to go and how long and whats coming up around the next curve. After your lost for about an hour or so then pull over and ask somebody how the you get home lol
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Better then turning into a downward hill lol
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lol no not me but my gramps back in the 50's....thats his one and only motorcyle story.....Long story short, him and my g-ma haulin on an old 1940's motorcycle came around a corner,turned to a downward hill, turned into a lake lol They both jumped off, motorcycle has been fish food since
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Dude who needs routes????? Just ride out till you get lost then keep riding some more...trust me, its alot more relaxing like that rather then riding with a list to tell you where to go and how long and whats coming up around the next curve. After your lost for about an hour or so then pull over and ask somebody how the you get home lol
i dont like getting lost... i like to know where im going so i know if it will be safe ie. no dirt roads or sudden stops. cuz it has happened to me before and its no fun.

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Last week I was in a store and I saw this brand new invention - I can't remember what it was called, but it was a book full of pages of pictures of all the roads! It was amazing! You should ask around if anybody knows what its called and buy you one!
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huh??? i should ask around.........

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I'm guessing this is a FAIL for trying to get any kind of help. Just abunch of post whores hahaha lol
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I'm guessing this is a FAIL for trying to get any kind of help. Just abunch of post whores hahaha lol
Hehe - the 3090 is the favorite road, but there are many ways to get to it. The road through the forest is the 149. If you're not familiar with the roads, then a map really will help. Or join in a forest ride and pay attention.
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Try Fayetteville, less traffic.
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We will disclose the typical forest gnome route.


But our personal routes arent shared so that we can ride without cops knowing and also so noobs dont crash out those routes.


Otherwise, fill your gas tank full, ride half way out, then return; unless you find another station to fill with. Dont be the guy that runs out of gas out there

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+1 I've been wanting to do that ride again lately, but haven't had the chance
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Try Fayetteville, less traffic.
Better yet head east of Livingston for NO traffic!



In reality, there are fair to good roads from South 59 all the way around to the NE side of town.... and there may even be ONE on the SE side...


At a little time spent searching this site will turn up all kinds of maps and routes... surprising isn't it?
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