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Old 09-19-2007, 11:12 AM   #1
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so whats up with the forrest?

i hear the police have been cracking down on speeders. Also i hear the residents there are tired of people wrecking all the time.


its been months since i been to the forrest! whats the best day to go where there's no squids to take me out from crossing the double yellow lines? i plan on going speed limit just to get a good cruise and enjoy the scenery. since i haven't rode my bike anywhere for the past 3 months besides to work and back home.
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Old 09-19-2007, 11:15 AM   #2
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hey hoe go during the week last time i went was two weeks ago and i didnt see not one cop out.
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Old 09-19-2007, 11:18 AM   #3
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hey hoe go during the week last time i went was two weeks ago and i didnt see not one cop out.
i guess im gonna need to take a sick day sometime soon. So whats up with your bike so far?
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Old 09-19-2007, 11:29 AM   #4
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going to pick it up today and see how bad it is. MAy just get a new bike though watch out R1
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i hear the police have been cracking down on speeders. Also i hear the residents there are tired of people wrecking all the time.


its been months since i been to the forrest! whats the best day to go where there's no squids to take me out from crossing the double yellow lines? i plan on going speed limit just to get a good cruise and enjoy the scenery. since i haven't rode my bike anywhere for the past 3 months besides to work and back home.
Not sure where the forrest is. Dude you need to ride the three sisters in the hill country I will be there this weekend on the chopper.
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Old 09-19-2007, 11:39 AM   #6
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humm got a map?
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i hear the police have been cracking down on speeders. Also i hear the residents there are tired of people wrecking all the time.


its been months since i been to the forrest! whats the best day to go where there's no squids to take me out from crossing the double yellow lines? i plan on going speed limit just to get a good cruise and enjoy the scenery. since i haven't rode my bike anywhere for the past 3 months besides to work and back home.
If that's true, then I wouldn't think you have anything to worry about.
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Old 09-19-2007, 11:57 AM   #8
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If that's true, then I wouldn't think you have anything to worry about.
im not really worried about the cops. im worried about the other "wanna be racers" taking me out when they go in too hot into a turn and go past the double yellow lines
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I will see if I can find one. So I guess where you are talking about is around Conroe(n. Houston area)???

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Old 09-19-2007, 12:01 PM   #11
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I will see if I can find one. So I guess where you are talking about is around Conroe(n. Houston area)???

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Old 09-19-2007, 12:02 PM   #12
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im not really worried about the cops. im worried about the other "wanna be racers" taking me out when they go in too hot into a turn and go past the double yellow lines
go early in the mornin, the wannabes don't get up that early
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it's all about 3090, just watch the tail with those road scars all over the place
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went through the forest a couple weeks ago....no cops, no problems....but we weren't racing through there either. I take that back....got all the way to 3090 and had a DPS officer "escort" me through 80% of the good part. Lucky for me, I was paying attention....I went ahead and let the rest of the group go have fun up front while I babysat Mr. Trooper at 65 mph.
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the forest sucks, gravel and road dust everywhere! I went a couple sunday mornings and didn't see anyone especialy no cops. Wont go no more though after almost losing the rear on som gravel you cant see, and only doing about 45 mph... no thanks
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hey cali I've seen around the woodlands we should get together and ride man?
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ride the speed limit thru the forest and you wont have any problems.

also, there is not gravel or dirt in any capacity on the forest road, ever, i go there at least once a week.
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The "3 sisters" people refer to are FM 335, 336 & 337.

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im not really worried about the cops. im worried about the other "wanna be racers" taking me out when they go in too hot into a turn and go past the double yellow lines
That's so true...!!! That's why I stop going on my own to the back roads...!!

IMHO The Fayeteville route has less squids than the forest ride.
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Ask and you shall receive...

The "3 sisters" people refer to are FM 335, 336 & 337.

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