The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by plym_46, Jul 6, 2019.
Don’t forget “ Needles Highway “ while around Rushmore!
that's a motorcycling road BUELL maybe ?
Oh my, you guys got the views and roads, that’s for sure...
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Isle of Man TT circuit on a fine MAD SUNDAY.wont get better,leave your car at home
no speed limits outside of the built up areas,everyone s going one way
Is that the road between Sedona and Flagstaff, Jim? Black Oak Canyon, I think it is...
no, I was far from home when I took that picture. But I've traveled the road several times.
Tujunga Canyon in So Cal.
I live in North Jersey. There is not one god damn road up here that isn't all the S turns and hills. There are no straightaways if you make straightaways like I do you will collect tickets. When you take your ride out you can rest assured that someone will tail gate the crap out of you. Usually a lady in an SUV that's late picking up her child from daycare. If they tell I'm on the way out I am going to weld a cow catcher on the front of my van.I wish I could call in an airstrike
Around here there are just too many roads and bi-ways to list. Can still get 'lost in the woods'.
Did some brake suspension work and decided to go for a midnight cruise.
Started off in C.V. drove along Redwood road towards Oakland, turned off at Pinehurst, ended up on Skyline, then onto Grizzley peak, rolled past Tilden(steam trains)park, ended up on Wildcat, which then became Bear, T-eed into Alhambra, drove down that mindlessly until I popped out into Martinez.
Sat at an intersection for a few moments, radio off, exhaust burbling...
Found some poorly marked onramp to highway 4, few miles later 680 merge. Bombed onto that big ole sweeper at speed merging with the others doing ludicrous speed. Got off at Crow Canyon and cruised down that road til I was home. Didn't even bother checking how long that was, probably two hours or so.
Really nice to be able to go for a drive and be able to loop back without ever having to drive on the same road, or at least same section, twice.
Just avoid the roads during sat/fri nights. All the kids are out in their dorrito cars trying to impress no-one.
IMG_0883 by edcodesign posted Jul 21, 2018 at 5:49 PM
A country road !
Colorado is known for it's scenic highways. After moving from the flatlands of Minnesota it was a welcome change. One of my favorites is HWY 50 between Canon City and Salida!
PCH from Seal beach south, until they screwed up HB.
done that a number of times
we stayed in Hood River and did a lot of touring in that area
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