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    CBR1100XX - 9000km/12 days in May.07

    Here's the link for my 12 day/9000 km trip - May.07

    Through Alberta, BC, Id, Mt, Ut, Nv, Ca, Or, Wa

    http://www.pashnit.com/forum/showthread.php?t=20001

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    Thank You Vets Array jafkaf81's Avatar
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    Wow , absolute stunning scenery , great post and thanks for the map , I will tuck that one away for a future trip . Some of those canyons are fantastic and I liked the "Bridge" . Thanks for posting
    I can only surmise that the "2005" in your name is derived from your year of birth. You weren't born yesterday, but pretty damn close to it. - Howattzer to Phantom2005
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    Nice thread, lot of work to compile all that info, well done!

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    From the sounds of it you're a) into hiking and b) into the twisty stuff. You blew by sooooo much good stuff. You could spend a lifetime riding slight variants of your route in UT, CA, and OR and hardly ever get the same road twice. I'm imagining you have to cry youself to sleep at night riding in Edmonton. I know I do and I'm in Vany. Its riding heaven down there.

    Good post, check out my trip:Here
    What he said

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    Quote Originally Posted by tetsuo69 View Post
    From the sounds of it you're a) into hiking and b) into the twisty stuff. You blew by sooooo much good stuff. You could spend a lifetime riding slight variants of your route in UT, CA, and OR and hardly ever get the same road twice. I'm imagining you have to cry youself to sleep at night riding in Edmonton. I know I do and I'm in Vany. Its riding heaven down there.

    Good post, check out my trip:Here
    +1.

    Edmonton is a pretty crap location to sportbike, that is for sure.

    And you are right about it being heaven down there... I am constantly planning the next trip down there.

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    excellent thread, seems like a perfect way to spend some time off. Nice skills with the camera to boot.

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