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211,33,55 - April 3, 2010, 08:16 PM

211...real good condition. Busy with traffic and cops though

33...about 85-90% clean. VA side was real nice and the WVA side has slight gravel in select spots

Old 55...SUCKS


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How about new 55? That road is fun for high speed.
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211...real good condition. Busy with traffic and cops though

33...about 85-90% clean. VA side was real nice and the WVA side has slight gravel in select spots

Old 55...SUCKS
I'll 2nd that. We came thru there today and hit about 6 turns of it coming from the west after it passes over the new rt55 and pulled a u-turn and took the new road back. I ain't into power-sliding on the FZ1. Given the sparse traffic that roads sees my guess is that it will remain unridable at any type of sporting pace till very late in the summer.
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how about 50 out around Romney? Or the original route to 211..around Hume etc etc?
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How about new 55? That road is fun for high speed.
Yeah it is but that's also where I got my last ticket. I can cast no stones though because I was hauling ass on it today.

Yeah skip old 55. It has enough gravel on it to ruin your day. A few patches of gravel is a challenge. Large expanses of it suck.


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