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    Better than LEGO. Array almost_barbie's Avatar
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    Thanks for sharing! I'm planning a ride to Montana later this summer and am looking for new roads to try! My first leg is to Spokane.
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    Registered User Array Talonz's Avatar
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    Barbie, thinking of the same but in reverse.

    Great report, alot of familiar roads there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by almost_barbie View Post
    Thanks for sharing! I'm planning a ride to Montana later this summer and am looking for new roads to try! My first leg is to Spokane.
    Spokane, from where? you looking for secondary, twisty routes, i presume?
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    Thanks for posting this. I'm riding to Langley from Yakima on Thursday and your day two gives me some ideas for some roads to try out that I'm not sure I've ridden before.
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    Hope it helps. The quickest and still fun way would be to come up the 97 and then take 20 west. But if you have the time, always worth to explore!


    Quote Originally Posted by KatRider View Post
    Thanks for posting this. I'm riding to Langley from Yakima on Thursday and your day two gives me some ideas for some roads to try out that I'm not sure I've ridden before.

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    I did a slightly modified version of this yesterday and sunday. I'll post up my feedback and route this week. i have to say though that the 155 is flawless right now, and was perhaps my favorite part of the weekend. I did however win a performance certificate at the eastern edge of it, and will post up where the very friendly officer was parked that lead to our conversation.

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    Registered User Array doser's Avatar
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    ^^^ delightfully understated! we await further details...
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    Did this 2 weeks ago in my truck. Roads looked all good, some big rocks on the pavement at Liberty Bell. No enforcement but ridiculous number of travel trailers and RV's after Diablo ignoring the "Pull Over if you've got 5 vehicles behind you signs", then around Marblemont someone launched their SUV into the rhubarb. After that every fire engine, ambulance and cop car in a 50 mile radius converged on the excitement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danke View Post
    then around Marblemont someone launched their SUV into the rhubarb. After that every fire engine, ambulance and cop car in a 50 mile radius converged on the excitement.
    leaves the road clear for 'enthusiastic' riding...
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