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Old 04-21-2008, 01:14 PM   #1
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Great Houston Area Roads with No Traffic and Twisty!

Ok. Need help. Post some google maps or routes with some great twisty roads. I prefer 30 mph rated curves, but like the sweepers occasionally. I know we are in texas the twisties don't abound like in other areas, but you guys must have some great recommendations! No one would no better than you!

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1. FM 3090 route from Highway 6 to Hwy 244 ----------- from Navasota 18 miles total 30-45mph rated curves. Low traffic, low enforcement, no patrol noticed in 3 trips.
2. Highway 149 all the way through forest,---------- 40+ miles of 45m, mph+ turns, mostly sweeping turns. Beautiful scenery with moderate traffic, no heavy patrol noticed.
3. FM 1736 from FM 1488 to Highway 6. Remote, low traffic. Highspeed sweepers, mostly 55mph +, low enforcement

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Ok. Need help. Post some google maps or routes with some great twisty roads. I prefer 30 mph rated curves, but like the sweepers occasionally. I know we are in texas the twisties don't abound like in other areas, but you guys must have some great recommendations! No one would no better than you!

Copy list and add road, google link if you have it so i can plot a route, and description.


1. FM 3090 route from Highway 6 to Hwy 244 ----------- from Navasota 18 miles total 30-45mph rated curves. Low traffic, low enforcement, no patrol noticed in 3 trips.
2. Highway 149 all the way through forest,---------- 40+ miles of 45m, mph+ turns, mostly sweeping turns. Beautiful scenery with moderate traffic, no heavy patrol noticed.
3. FM 1736 from FM 1488 to Highway 6. Remote, low traffic. Highspeed sweepers, mostly 55mph +, low enforcement


Try the local tracks instead.
I noticed you included traffic enforcement in your post.
Also noticed that you called a few of the turns *sweepers* That is a track term not a street term. Again I recomend trying the local tracks.
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why? its a public road buy a map they are all their if you think that the police dont know then your fooling yourself Martin
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why? its a public road buy a map they are all their if you think that the police dont know then your fooling yourself Martin
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Right Mr. Anderson....you hit the nail right on the head there
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You come back here you think that all the twisty roads should be kept hush hush... the road by itself is not the problem ... its all the rider and what they are doing or trying to do on these roads
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Right Mr. Anderson....you hit the nail right on the head there
maybe you and Martin can start running around the track and see how boring that is
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You come back here you think that all the twisty roads should be kept hush hush... the road by itself is not the problem ... its all the rider and what they are doing or trying to do on these roads
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maybe you and Martin can start running around the track and see how boring that is
we already do.... Martin, what you doing inviting me out to all these boring trackdays?
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Nah .. he has not droped a pound ... ya'll must not be running fast enough..
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