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    Quote Originally Posted by GlobalRider View Post
    Same here. I have every road logged since starting my tours overseas in 1995.
    My other problem is my Michelin Regional maps are getting pretty tattered, an when I replace them, it will be a pain to transfer all the highlighted lines. The GPS tracks help, and I usually carry a small lap top to review them, and make notes to refer back to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pffog View Post
    My other problem is my Michelin Regional maps are getting pretty tattered, an when I replace them, it will be a pain to transfer all the highlighted lines.
    Do so onto a mapping package by highlighting the roads and saving them.

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    and the road is...

    hint - North Central US
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    Quote Originally Posted by k75s View Post
    hint - North Central US
    Grand Loop Rd? Been too long since I rode through Yellowstone, but it's certainly familiar.

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    and the road is...

    further East - South Dakota
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    I would say Custer State Park
    US 16
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    and the road is...

    you are getting close - it is WINDY here
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    Route 89 in Montana?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob88061 View Post


    Just a simple country road in _________

    Back Roads of NC in Transylvania County
    NC209 has some aspects like this....... so does 63 out of Trust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k75s View Post


    further East - South Dakota
    US18 near the Badlands?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlobalRider View Post
    That why the pic should have a particular landmark...
    how's this?

    the back door... name the road or the road's number.


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    Name that dirt road?

    It is very popular with the BMW crowd; almost a required GS ride for those in the west.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Visian View Post
    how's this?

    the back door... name the road or the road's number.

    WINNER! close enough - Highway 385 on the South end of the park.
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    name that road...

    Quote Originally Posted by Visian View Post
    how's this?

    the back door... name the road or the road's number.

    What, buffaloes aren't landmarks ???
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    Quote Originally Posted by k75s View Post
    WINNER! close enough - Highway 385 on the South end of the park.
    close enough. this is the CR5, Red Valley Road, which starts a couple miles east off 385 from CR101.

    CR6 takes off to the right and continues as Red Valley, which ends at the Wildlife Loop inside of Custer State Park.

    A verrry nice gentlemanly adventure.




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