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Old 07-13-2008, 08:45 PM   #1
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Hey guys ime wondering were are some good places to ride, not much like city or town but curves and forest riding? could someone give me some good trips to take?
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Old 07-13-2008, 08:51 PM   #2
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ill pm you some good roads to take
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I personally think everyone should come up here where I live, near the Sam Rayburn Reseviour. Lots of nice, mostly deserted twisties. Some nice scenery as well. Can't beat Angelina National Forest, and riding over the dam.


Anytime anyone wants to come up, just let me know. We live in the middle of a little town, but we've got about an acre of wooded area to camp out if you want, got some empty (ancient) boat stalls, but at least it's covered and hidden from view, and posts to chain bikes up to.

And security (me, my wife, and our guns) lol
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^^^ sounds like an interesting time to me... ride, corners, scenery and camping... do tell more... I can make smores
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sounds fun im down for some camping i have a tent that ive never used
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I personally think everyone should come up here where I live, near the Sam Rayburn Reseviour. Lots of nice, mostly deserted twisties. Some nice scenery as well. Can't beat Angelina National Forest, and riding over the dam.


Anytime anyone wants to come up, just let me know. We live in the middle of a little town, but we've got about an acre of wooded area to camp out if you want, got some empty (ancient) boat stalls, but at least it's covered and hidden from view, and posts to chain bikes up to.

And security (me, my wife, and our guns) lol
We used to have a place over right on Toledo Bend. There are lots of good roads up that way. I've been thinking about taking a ride up there soon, being I havent been up to that area in over 4-5 years.
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If we start planning these longer day maybe plus routes, give us a couple weeks before D Day so we can plan it out... But you guys have peaked my interests
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I personally think everyone should come up here where I live, near the Sam Rayburn Reseviour. Lots of nice, mostly deserted twisties. Some nice scenery as well. Can't beat Angelina National Forest, and riding over the dam.


Anytime anyone wants to come up, just let me know. We live in the middle of a little town, but we've got about an acre of wooded area to camp out if you want, got some empty (ancient) boat stalls, but at least it's covered and hidden from view, and posts to chain bikes up to.

And security (me, my wife, and our guns) lol
yeah that would be awesome

we would def have to do it in fall, so its not 100* out side
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Does this Mean We get to have a Bon Fire!!!
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lol yeah, definitely nicer in the fall. but anyone is welcome anytime. I'd offer ya a room in the a/c, but they're all spoken for by kids and my "man-cave" lol

we have a shop though with just about any tools you need if anything comes up, and a truck if it's needed.

I'll be down to ride as soon as I get this fork problem fixed. Man, it'll be nice to be able to take both hands off the bars without having to lean WAY over the left. lol
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Does this Mean We get to have a Bon Fire!!!

We definitely have a spot for a nice bonfire, or there's always down by the lake. Just have to check ahead of time and make sure we're not under a burn ban. Supposedly there's a big fire going on right now in the middle of the national forest. Heard a power line went down and started it. So they might get kinda rough on the burn bans for a bit.
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this would be a blast, lets keep this mnd so when it gets cooler we can plan a week or 2 ahead of time and all meet and ride!
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i just read this thread and it, like caligon said, peaked my interest. i would def be up for some camping we could load the truck up with camping equipment and take the bikes for some backroad cruising. keep me posted on this if it gets planned and organized in the near future
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Sounds good. Unless i'm out of town on a job, everyone is welcome. You guys will be welcome in the house for TV and A/C prolly til the kids need to go to bed, got a decent grille. We'll mow a bit beforehand. Oh, and indoor plumbing and showers will be available for everyone.

I may be going out of town at the end of this month (finally!) for a shutdown. I'll keep everyone posted.
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