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Old 05-03-2013, 04:38 AM   #21
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Old 05-03-2013, 06:08 AM   #22
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immediately before giving you a good Rogering up the Ol' Pooper whilst a moonshine 'still burbles and thumps merrily in the background of some remote Ozark Valley.
That has to be the weirdest mix of English language vernacular I have ever read! It's like Larry the Cable Guy speaking with a Wales accent.
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Old 05-03-2013, 07:02 AM   #23
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A great ride for me would be 100 to 200 miles plus with great scenery twisty roads and 5 star food stops along the way ending with an evening of premium adult beverages. You just can't get that out west. Hardly any roads are paved, no restaurants, miles of straight mind numbing monotonous roads. PCH is a hell hole. Southern California is the worst. It's hard to ride more than 360 days the weather is so bad. The mountains of Florida, that's the ticket.
Having been born and raised in LA and still going there regularly to visit family I have a hard time telling if you are being sarcastic. The Angeles Crest sucks on weekends. Mullholland ditto. Sunset Blvd, Topanga, etc. ditto. PCH is crowded as hell. The city itself is a horror of traffic.

And then there's the psycho gangs... the LA Co Sheriffs and the LAPD and the SDPD.

F*** SoCal.

No problem. I stay away as much as I can.
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Old 05-03-2013, 08:02 AM   #24
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We're supposed to be going to Napa Valley and San Fran in July I think, never been myself but I guess I can venture forth and see the place. I have to admit to a pretty negitive view of California in general but I guess I can check it out at least..
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Old 05-03-2013, 09:21 AM   #25
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Having been born and raised in LA and still going there regularly to visit family I have a hard time telling if you are being sarcastic. The Angeles Crest sucks on weekends. Mullholland ditto. Sunset Blvd, Topanga, etc. ditto. PCH is crowded as hell. The city itself is a horror of traffic.
And then there's the psycho gangs... the LA Co Sheriffs and the LAPD and the SDPD.
F*** SoCal.
No problem. I stay away as much as I can.
Seriously I love riding here but avoid the above mentioned roads between Memorial Day and Labor Day. I don't get up that way very often. Most of my riding is in the OC. I know the best times to ride my favorite roads and when able stick to those times. I love riding in the desert anytime including the summer. Less people. I don't mind the heat. I usually ride the PCH up through Long Beach to Palos Verdes or any point in between. San Clemente, Dana Point, Laguna and Newport are close so I ride there often. The Ortega to Palm Springs is another of my favorites. Through Mecca and Joshua Tree up into the Mojave. Santiago Canyon through live Oak is a dream. It really is heaven to ride here. Now if only Triumph will start selling the Tiger Sport in the US.
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Old 05-03-2013, 11:18 AM   #26
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That has to be the weirdest mix of English language vernacular I have ever read! It's like Larry the Cable Guy speaking with a Wales accent.
Coincidentally, that is exactly what I hve been told I SOUND like.

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