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is not your fucking bro
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that flyby at 1:30 wouldve scared the shit out of me. fuck if that pass is close at 1:40, 3:20 is insane hope thats one way, 3:55 that cars sueezin in there, look at that monster drop on 4:30. id love to be any one of you. the best we have is brown county in indiana but its shit compared to that. and how many people die on these roads.
 

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TLS Fight Time
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2nd half of the vid is all one way road down the canyon, I'm sure people die out there all the time some of the drop off's are 200 to 400 feet down!!! No chicken strips for me and those are metzler roadtec Z-6's on there with some proper tyres it's a whole other ball game!!!
 

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TLS Fight Time
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these are only 2 of the roads out of about 60 within 20 minutes of my house that are perfectly smooth asphalt and rarely any traffic.
We shot about 30 mins. worth of video yesterday so i got some more good shit to post!!
 

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TLS Fight Time
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sunday is the only day it sux out here, cops and traffic. Go any other day of the week and its wide open no traffic or cops!!!! this vid was shot on Sat.
 

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Thr R is for RESPECT
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we've got a few sweet roads here in austin, 1431 is still bad ass but on the weekends you have a few cops but there usually not too bad. the hill country has a few bad ass rides.

i went on a 5 day 2000 mile trip to big bend. the BEST roads in texas
 

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Build It Ride It Live It
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Where I am is totally flat. Hence the nick name, "The Low Country". The only decent roads are way the hell out in BFE and they are few and far between. Mostly empty straights with some sweepers thrown in now and then. Sucks. I have more fun riding the off ramps around town.

Where I lived in SoCal, we were at the foothills of Mt. Baldy and the L.A. Forest. There was a killer road that was about a 15 min ride from the house. 22 miles of nothing but switchbacks and winding road. On one side was rock wall and the other side was mostly a vertical drop. Scenery was excellent though. Green valleies as far as the eye could see. There was even a cool little Cafe at the start of the road. We ride up, grab a bite to eat and some coffee then ride out the parking lot and hit this road all the way to Pamona. What a great way for a noobe to learn to ride. Loved it.
 

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Function IS Form
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Fuck I gotta move out west.

Arizona has some kickass roads, a friend of mine in Phoenix says it's about a half hour from his house to some of the best twisties ever.

Colorado's roads are legendary, too. Bring an extra rear tire if you ever go out that way, seriously.
 

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Thr R is for RESPECT
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i lived in phoenix for lil over a year. there are a few good twisties. i took a ride out to tortilla flats. that was a BLAST! it was when i had my motard and it was damn sweet
 
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