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Old 08-29-2007, 03:41 PM   #1
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South Houston Riding Locations

So I was hoping some people could make suggestions for the nicest places to ride in South Houston? I am going to be taking off out of Clear Lake and could careless where the route takes me. I am just looking for an interesting ride with minimal traffic lights. List roads or towns that I should check out and if the rain clears tonight I plan to get out on one of the areas suggested. Also let me know if you would want to join in on a ride, weather permitting.
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Old 08-29-2007, 03:44 PM   #2
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Honestly? No where in South houston is "good"

everything is either north, or west
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Old 08-29-2007, 03:45 PM   #3
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Honestly? No where in South houston is "good"

everything is either north, or west
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Not really back streets but you could 45n to 610 to 225 go through baytown over the Fred Hartman Bridge and then catch I-10 back into houston nice little ride if your familiar with that side of town. That's the best I can do on the southside
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there are some fun spots in clear lake, but you have to be pretty good, otherwise you will end up on your . its all neighborhood .
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Out of Clear Lake, head south on I45 to the FM2004 exit by the dog track. Make a right and get on 2004, head south. Its smooth, straight and has a few sweepers here and there. Make a right on 2917, its straight and smooth as can be. Take that all the to I35, make right. Take I35 north up to Fm517, make right, that road has a few decent curves and some good straights. This will take you all the way back to I45.

This entire run will take you about 1 1/2 hrs and has minimal stop lights. Watch out for POPO on 2004.

I wouldn't go tonight with the weather like this...If it was nice, I would meet you and take you through it.
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Out of Clear Lake, head south on I45 to the FM2004 exit by the dog track. Make a right and get on 2004, head south. Its smooth, straight and has a few sweepers here and there. Make a right on 2917, its straight and smooth as can be. Take that all the to I35, make right. Take I35 north up to Fm517, make right, that road has a few decent curves and some good straights. This will take you all the way back to I45.

This entire run will take you about 1 1/2 hrs and has minimal stop lights. Watch out for POPO on 2004.

I wouldn't go tonight with the weather like this...If it was nice, I would meet you and take you through it.
This is a good suggestion and easy to do and follow. Here's another shorter easier route. (Oh by the way Spencer is in Pasadena/Deerpark not Clearlake) Take Bay Area Blvd. east/ away from I45, take it past Red Bluff down passed the railroad tracks to Bay Port rd., go right, take it all the way passed Bay Port to Toddville rd. make a right, watch your speed on Toddville, take it all the way down to Seabrook, go right under Kemah bridge, take bridge over to Kemah go through Kemah if you want to, come back out to HWY146, go left take it down to Hwy 646 or 517 or most any of those roads and then take them down to I 45 and go where you want to.

These are about the best suggestions I know of in that area.
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