In a different thread, I made the suggestion to use a Wiki to provide a place for 10,000 people to edit a living document containing all of the motorcycle road information that we collectively possess.
So, having made the (rather flippant) suggestion, I decided to see what it would take to make it happen. It was surprisingly easy!
I found a free hosting site, so this costs nothing.
Check it out for yourself.
Read, explore, make changes, add pages, go nuts.
Let's see what this can do!
This is the true "top" page: http://riters.com/MotorcycleRoads/
But, here's where the magic happens: http://riters.com/MotorcycleRoads/index.cgi/RoadReviews
Follow any link you like, and read what's there. If you want to edit or add to the information, then click the EditText link at the bottom.
If you run into a dead end (a "stub" in Wiki-speak) then click the EditText button at the bottom to create the page YOURSELF.
So far, I only added a few lame details about a really boring road in Iowa, but hey, this is was just a test to see what it would look like. We can clean up the details later.
Check it out!