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66W right after you cross 29 - September 14, 2009, 06:25 PM

Just in case you hadn't noticed...66 is jacked up. They are re-paving and there is gravel everywhere. Not to mention that the second to left lane is torn up. I meant to post earlier. Watch it out there. I was getting blasted by rocks on the ride home.


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September 14, 2009, 06:31 PM

Thx for the heads up. Rode on that on Sun. It's not too bad at all at normal speeds. But then I used to riding Manhattan NY streets.
Would be a bad surprise at high speeds though.
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September 14, 2009, 06:38 PM

Yeah...It caught be by surprise the other day. There was such a drop off between lanes I couldnt even shift over. Oh well. Nothing compares to when they were "fixing" 29 in Warrenton. A freaking week of gravel/tar and everything all over the place.


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That shit is like wearing a condom your whole life while living in DC, but going to brazil and going bare back with all the chicks because they look better.

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So next time you feel the need to prove to the world that you should have been euthanized as a child, do it in someone else's thread.

"No such thing as to pretty to ride. The prettier they are the harder you should ride them. This is also true when it comes to woman." Nubbs

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September 14, 2009, 08:26 PM

cool man thanks for the heads up!


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September 14, 2009, 11:25 PM

I hear ya man, they've been working on this project for what seems like centuries, they need to finish it already, these lane shifts, uneven lanes, gravel, rocks, tar, etc, etc is getting really old, REALLY FAST

sorry just needed to get that out, be careful


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