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Old 02-23-2007, 09:02 AM
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hey guys!!!!! i was just wondering if any one knows an good mountain roads, for some american touge action lol....no but really if anyone knows of any roads in the NY/NJ area please let me know.....Thank You!!!!!
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Old 02-27-2007, 10:38 AM
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I don't know where you are or how far you want to drive but a really good spot is by Bear Mountain. Lots of winding roads, just don't make any mistakes or drive too crazy because some spots you could go right off the road and down a cliff. But it is a very cool ride almost like it was made for our cars and amazing views also.
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Old 02-27-2007, 12:06 PM
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There are a lot of good roads in the NJ/NY area. Try this link. It's for sportbikes.
Twistie Roads
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Here is another good website.More Twisties
One of my favorite is CR 106 from the Seven Lakes Drive Circle Circle to Tuxedo Park! Very tight! Keep going on this road all the way to Warwick, NY on 17A. Nice!
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If you're up in the Saratoga/Glens Falls region anytime, Stafford Bridge road on out to Rt. 32 north is a beast of a touge road!

Also, just off of exit 17N before you get into South Glens Falls there is a road called Spier Falls Rd. Bikers love it, but it can be a nightmare if you don't respect it. Heh heh...
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I'll have to check those roads out! I have a house in Bolton Landing. I don't get up there often with the S, but I go to Americade every year with the bike.
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See, there ya go!

Cool, maybe I'll see ya around sometime. I'm hosting a Spring meet on May 19'th as well.
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Old 02-28-2007, 12:04 PM
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Originally Posted by emg88,Feb 28 2007, 03:20 PM
I have a house in Bolton Landing. I don't get up there often with the S, but I go to Americade every year with the bike.
What kind of bike do you have?
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I'm going to take a beating for this. I have 2 Harleys a 1988 Softail w/107Hp and a 2002 Road King. Not quite the sportbikes that most S owner have. I just like to slow down and enjoy the scenery on the bike. Only on the Road King. The Softail is only for going straight real quick. It's not great on turns because of the lack of clearance.
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Sounds like a nice set of bikes, do you ever get up to Laconia, NH in June?
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