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Sundays? - April 27, 2014, 12:37 PM

What's there to do on a Sunday? We're pretty much just riding the highway with no destination... Anyone have a better idea?
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What's there to do on a Sunday? We're pretty much just riding the highway with no destination... Anyone have a better idea?
Get off the highway. Head west without a destination. If you're on a road with more than 2 lanes, you're doing something wrong.


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Thanks, I'll keep that in mind but I was thinking more along the lines of a food and/or drink establishment that other riders frequent...
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Thanks, I'll keep that in mind but I was thinking more along the lines of a food and/or drink establishment that other riders frequent...
Run out towards the Griffin Tavern. Lots of fun roads out near there and the food is great.


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Buy an area map, look for squiggly lines.
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Get off the highway. Head west without a destination. If you're on a road with more than 2 lanes, you're doing something wrong.
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[QUOTE=workz.wellington;1398602]Thanks chief[/QUOTE ..

Go by back roads to your next to nearest track ..then to the closes one by you..food ..then home.. I promise you, you'll be tired when done. For example..VIR to Summit or Pocono to Summit or Pocono to NJ....
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Get off the highway. Head west without a destination. If you're on a road with more than 2 lanes, you're doing something wrong.
Some of the higher speed bikes do a little better with a little more wiggle room flat out.


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and some don't

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seems to me there's usually a fox's pizza den in the vicinity of some of the good roads.


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