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Old 08-06-2006, 09:19 PM   #1
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tomball to racer road

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I rode out to the forest this weekend, but took the wrong route. Does anyone know the twisty route to get to 149/105 from the starbucks off of louetta and kurkendall?
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Old 08-06-2006, 09:21 PM   #2
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149 isn't racers road
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Old 08-06-2006, 09:27 PM   #3
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my bad.. forest
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Old 08-06-2006, 09:50 PM   #4
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What u can do.
North on kuykendahl to 2920 left or west
2920 to 249 right.
249 to 249/149 right. Have to watch for it at the light or u will drive straight past it.
Think itís were the third right lane ends.
Thatís the beginning of some nice although crowded roads.
Make sure u follow 149. u have to turn right over the tracks at the 4 way stop sign.
149 at 105 is about where the forest starts.
149 thru I think Richards into stop sign at Anderson. BIG courthouse on the left just before the stop sign.
Take a left for maybe 25 yards then right.
Still on 149
Follow this which will turn into 3090
Be careful on this road but one of the best in Texas
When this ends at 244.
Take a left and maybe 6 or 8 miles at 4 way stop is at Carlos corner of 244 and 30.
Go straight about 500 yards and on the right is Yankees. Beer hall and good burgers.

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Go north on kuyrkandahl rd
Left at the kuyrkandahl/Huffman rd split
Follow this to 2978 RIGHT
Take 2978 to 1488. STRAIGHT
1488 turns into honea/Egypt rd. straight
Follow Honea/Egypt rd, be carefull a couple wicked turns to stop sign at 2854
LEFT then immediate RIGHT onto rabon chapel rd
Rabon chapel rd to stop sign and Mohawk RIGHT
Follow this around again be carefull a few hard turns
Will dead into hwy 105. LEFT
105 a few miles into Montgomery at 149 RIGHT, again the beginning of the forest
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thanks michael.. i appreciate the help
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is mohawk the same as 2854
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is mohawk the same as 2854
No.
After.
You take a left on 2854 then an immediate right for a miles or 2 to a 4 way stop. THAT is mohawk, right then follow mohawk around to 105 then left to montgomery
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Not to hijack the thread but.....
Does riding in the forest affect the reception on a chatterbox or other communication device? I was just curious. Wanted to see how good the reception would be .
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