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Start from Tysons Mall - take RT7 west
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Start from Tysons Mall - take RT7 west - May 16, 2009, 01:57 PM

and put these roads together however you want too

Atwood
Buelah
Browns Mill
Crowell
HunterMill
Hunter Station
Lawyers
Birdfoot (there's 2, take either - the 2nd one is great too - if you take it to Vale and take Vale to Huntermill - bus a u-turn and do it again)
Stuart Mill
Fox Mill
Waples Mill
Shirley Gate
New Braddock
Colchester (optional)
Clifton
Compton
(now u r n Manassas/Centreville)

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and put these roads together however you want too

Atwood
Buelah
Crowell
HunterMill
Hunter Station
Lawyers
Birdfoot (there's 2, take either - the 2nd one is great too - if you take it to Vale and take Vale to Huntermill - bus a u-turn and do it again)
Stuart Mill
Fox Mill
Waples Mill
Shirley Gate
New Braddock
Colchester (optional)
Clifton
Compton
(now u r n Manassas/Centreville)
It's Brown's Mill that turns into Crowell (just so people don't get lost)

I drive the road every day I can't ride the bike


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yes sir u r correct. Fixed.

If u hit birdfoot and decide to take the left onto..Birdfoot, go over the one lane bridge...it's a HARD right followed by jusssst enough straight to tease you then a HARD left...no guardrail...no signs....nothing...just immediate marsh hahah I almost ate it big time ....serious pucker moment lol...
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when my 80 was my first and only bike.


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Try going straight on to stuart mill instead of making a left to go over the one way bridge. There's a nice little section at the end of stuart mill which connects to Fox Mill. Make a left on Fox Mill and then a left on vale. Vale will then hook up to Hunter Mill. That was my little local route my first season riding.


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yes sir u r correct. Fixed.

If u hit birdfoot and decide to take the left onto..Birdfoot, go over the one lane bridge...it's a HARD right followed by jusssst enough straight to tease you then a HARD left...no guardrail...no signs....nothing...just immediate marsh hahah I almost ate it big time ....serious pucker moment lol...


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yea i know what ur talkin about...i was just back there exploring...tryna find a quicker way outta Tysons between 4pm and 530...leavin work and sittin on 7...then sitting on 495...then sittin on 66...then sitting on 28 is THE SUCK
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yeah there are a bunch of pretty nice roads back there


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March 20, 2011, 04:33 PM

Let me know if anyone wants to ride this way... Grew up in Vienna so I know these turns already, even though I'm a newb (MSF plus 3 weeks) I feel alright back here...

The turns on Vale and Stuart Mill is sweet!!! Cresting though huge hills still feels weird to me though...
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Is this ride still on?


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Did it yesterday.. Just did a bunch of mountain biking today. Will post up next time I do it. Seems like the standard warm-up ride for some of my Vienna friends and I... So far I end up turning around out in Herndon, haven't ridden out to Clifton yet...

Easy to get to Hunter Mill via Baron Cameron or 123, Buelah from Rt 7 btw...
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Is op still around? Lol


Speaking of vale rd I almost lost it once at the sharp 10mph left turn that looked like it lead directly into a big ass tree.
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Is op still around? Lol


Speaking of vale rd I almost lost it once at the sharp 10mph left turn that looked like it lead directly into a big ass tree.

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