What's close to your home?


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Mountain rider
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Location: Rigby, Idaho
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Re: What's close to your home?

Post by Mountain rider » Mon May 15, 2017 12:36 am



That starts right here at home, Rigby, Idaho, home of Television, Arco, the first town in the world to be powered by nuclear energy, Yellowstone National Park, Craters of the Moon National Monument, Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Butte Montana, home of Evil Knievel, and the Great Salt Lake, Utah.



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detdrbuzzard
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Re: What's close to your home?

Post by detdrbuzzard » Mon May 15, 2017 4:30 am

WingAdmin wrote:Within an hour or so ride south of here (Cleveland), you hit some of the finest motorcycle roads ever. Gorgeous scenery, hills, twisty roads, no traffic. Spend some time in Ohio Amish country as well as in the amazing Hocking Hills area - one of my favorite places to ride.

From just a few weeks ago:



seeing that michigan doesn't have much in the way of curvy roads or mountains ohio is my play ground, 555 or rt-60 out of Zanesville, lake hope area is nice and hocking hills is just fun to visit and then there are the roads in that area. rt-28 out of marietta
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wildanimal84
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Re: What's close to your home?

Post by wildanimal84 » Sat Jul 01, 2017 8:05 pm

Here in south central Ky., we have Mammoth Cave National Park. Top speed thru the park is 40 - 50 mph, which makes for a fantastic ride. Deer, turkey, and various other small game animals frequent the sides of the road, and in the fall the foliage is quite beautiful. there are also a few Lakes nearby with great views. Barren, Dale Hollow, Lake Cumberland, and Green River are close by, along with plenty of small town restaurants with fantastic food for your pleasure. Check it out when you get the opportunity !!!
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