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Old 09-02-2011, 05:45 PM   #1
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Saturday 9/3 at 6:30. KSU 7:00am __Industry - Sealy

I'm gonna do this route tomorrow, anybody willing to join, feel free!
I'll get me some coffee at NewRiders' fav shop "starbucks"
Fry and Park Row, this is the route, never riden;

http://local.google.com/maps?saddr=I...4&via=1,4&z=10


If you tag along and want me to wait, text me 281-757-2443
I ride 2up, so pace is moderate

The aftermath :

..... to all that want to try a new route, here's the verdict on Industry, TX up on CR52 - FM 109 off of I-10 mm 704

Awesome!

cons: Deer - watch (some, saw 3 on the twists from I-10 to New Ulm, TX. More

twists and curves than I could count) No paint stripes, nor border lines (which

means the road has no division for going or oncoming traffic, still wide enough)

Pros: NO TRAFFIC, NO PO-PO, endless shade, awesome view, segment of forest

which brings you in, and even makes you slow down and enjoy it.

At beginning looks like like a desolated road, and even the pavement looks

like it will soon need reconditioning, but once you get going, the texture actually

gives you grippy feeling, the curves range from 45 to 90 degrees, and the sun

never bugs your sight, so you are in this back road thinking.. when's a pot hole

coming.. well, i found none. The neighboors may weird out at bikes, because of

distance to big cities, so, a once a month ride, would be a perfect one for this

kind of setting. wanna check it out? let me know
If you think of joining please wear your gear

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Too early for me Lucar, but if have the time you can take 109 W out of New Ulm then 1291 W from Frelsburg to Fayetteville...that piece of 1291 has some pretty nice sweepers.
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trying to avoid some heat, thanks for that bro
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roger that.
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I'm still on this ride, come out and let's check this out together, all are welcome.



let's plan for sunday as well!
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leaving to starbucks now
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...... to all that want to try a new route, here's the verdict on Industry, TX up on CR52 - FM 109 off of I-10 mm 704

Awesome!

cons: Deer - watch (some, saw 3 on the twists from I-10 to New Ulm, TX. More

twists and curves than I could count) No paint stripes, nor border lines (which

means the road has no division for going or oncoming traffic, still wide enough)

Pros: NO TRAFFIC, NO PO-PO, endless shade, awesome view, segment of forest

which brings you in, and even makes you slow down and enjoy it.

At beginning looks like like a desolated road, and even the pavement looks

like it will soon need reconditioning, but once you get going, the texture actually

gives you grippy feeling, the curves range from 45 to 90 degrees, and the sun

never bugs your sight, so you are in this back road thinking.. when's a pot hole

coming.. well, i found none. The neighboors may weird out at bikes, because of

distance to big cities, so, a once a month ride, would be a perfect one for this

kind of setting. wanna check it out? let me know
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