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  • Motorcycle road finder

    I'm not sure this has been posted before but I thought it might come in handy.

    I came across it over on wrist twisters. Thanks guys!

    http://www.motorcycleroads.us/index.html


  • #2
    I'll add the following to your list:

    The following three all have national coverage -

    http://www.motorcycleroads.com/index.shtml

    http://www.places2ride.com/rides/default.asp

    http://www.sportbikeroads.com/nasbrr.htm

    and the following is Northern Arkansas and Southern Missouri -

    http://www.ozarkriders.homestead.com/backroads.html

    and the following is for Colorado -

    http://www.cosportbikeclub.org/local/rides.html
    '03 Faster than Light Silver

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    • #3
      Keep em coming

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      • #4
        Any sites for Canadian road? More specifically, British Columbia?

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        • #5
          GOOD roads in northern western new york?

          oh, wait a minute, there arent any!

          must be why i go to the southerntier to ride.
          if you're not leaning, your not riding.
          if you're afraid to scratch it, you're afraid to ride it.
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          • #6
            HERE are some BC roads.
            Sport touring....it's in our genes.
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            • #7
              WOW you guy's are quick! thanks for the help with this.

              I was specifically looking for a site where I could type in a start and end address and have the secondary roads mapped out like one can do on google or yahoo driving directions.
              2007 Gen II Cobalt Blue | Ivans FCE | MIVV GP CF slip-on | Tech Spec tank pads | frame sliders | CD flies | PC3 | Lars air box mod | de-screened stock air filter | cat gut | CF chin cowl | Jwhelan rad screen |

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              • #8
                Has anyone here tried www.grouprider.com for planning their rides? It's a fairly new site which uses Google's mapping functions to create routes. I just signed up (as ChipsAhoy) and posted a ride I did a few weekends ago. It looks promising.
                Current rides: '17 Thruxton R, '07 FJR1300a

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                • #9
                  The A422 from Buckingham to Stratford-on Avon is rather jolly!

                  Pete

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                  • #10
                    WD
                    Here's the one I use most.
                    http://sportbikeroads.com/frames3.htm
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                    • #11
                      Thanks Ed

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                      • #12
                        Thanks for the info, I've been looking for some better sites like these.

                        -Matt
                        Silver 2002 FZ1
                        -GYTR Risers, Stainless Holeshot High Mount, Clear alternatives tail-light, Holeshot Jet Kit (Double check your floats), Custom Undertail and rear signal modification, Stainless Suburban Machinery Bars, Raven Riders Suspension Mod

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                        • #13
                          Anything in Europe? (without speeding camera's )
                          -- 1998 Honda VFR --

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                          • #14
                            Zorg, how fast are you allowed to go in your part of Europe?
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by philzer
                              Zorg, how fast are you allowed to go in your part of Europe?
                              I live in Belgium and we're allowed to go:

                              on highways = 120 km/h
                              in town = 50 km/h
                              in town near schools = 30 km/h
                              B roads (I think you guys call them that way) where noting is indicated = 90 km/h
                              And a lot of B roads are indicated with 70 km/h

                              A lot of speeding camera's, and cops with speedguns. And not very much nice roads, exept in the Ardens.
                              -- 1998 Honda VFR --

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