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Old 08-24-2008, 05:45 PM   #21
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I would in no way consider myself a noob. I have been out there more times than I can count and know the roads like the back of my hand. But I still would never go out there alone. I seen what can happen to people, regardless of speed and aggressiveness. I nearly hit a deer once coming around a turn at maybe 10 miles over the limit. If I had been 1-2 seconds earlier I wouldn't have been able to react in time and would have gone down. If I would have been alone no telling how long it would have been before someone found me and called it in. Even then it takes 45 mins to an hour for a ambo to make it out there. Regardless of how experienced you are, I still think it is not the best idea to be alone, especially on 3090.
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Old 08-24-2008, 06:29 PM   #22
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so is 3090 more dangerous than say...riding on i-45 in Houston traffic...?
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Old 08-24-2008, 06:40 PM   #23
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so is 3090 more dangerous than say...riding on i-45 in Houston traffic...?
Yes . Well .. soccer moms in SUVs on cell phones slapping their kids on the back seat are almost as stupid as deer. Well .. not sure .. the deer may have an advantage there

Pyro, you have a point. No disagreement there. So I call you the next time I go out to 3090. I just prefer to go there at 8 in the morning (this time of year it's just not as hot).

Btw. deer and hogs are also a problem in the Forrest.
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Very nice map ! I can never get it to print on one page.

You guys have a point about riding the forest alone. I have been 4 times and been by myself every time. I always figured that I pass so many bikes when I'm riding that someone would see me if I went down and stop to help, but now I wonder.
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