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There are so many winding roads great for a motorcycle.


Deal's Gap is near us, so we are fortunate to be so close.


What's yours favorite winding or curvy road ?




















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as mentioned by nd4spd, a bunch of roads in the santa monica and malibu mountains.

piuma


latigo


tuna...doesn't look like many curves, but it's a one-way road making it unique


some videos riding these roads

[video=dailymotion;x48s408]http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x48s408[/video]

[video=dailymotion;x4wwtb0]http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4wwtb0[/video]

[video=dailymotion;x4wwubv]http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4wwubv[/video]
 

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Went to Arkansas last month. Rode Pusn Mountain Rd 341. Was really good.lime Creek Rd in Austin is good. Texas 337 in West Texas is another.
 

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1. South Grade of Palomar Mountain near San Diego, at night.
2. Highland Valley Road, near Escondido, CA
3. Highway 191 in Arizona.
 

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Thanks everyone who has posted up so far & shared their favorite roads to ride
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"Skaggs"... on skaggs spring Rd in California, it starts in Healdsburg CA and takes you out to Hwy 1. I don't have any pics with me but it's beyond awesome!

Here is a link for those interested: Motorcycle Roads (CA): Skaggs Spring Road
This is a good one. I haven't been in years. I'm overdue.

I have awesome roads near me in almost every directions. Del Puerto Canyon is a good one, and has The Junction to stop at afterwards, and the you can either go back through Del Puerto Canyon, or hit Mines Road out to Corral Hollow and make a loop out of it. That's probably my favorite loop that'll take a few hours and starts just 20 minutes from my house, whether you start st Del Puerto Canyon or Mines Road. Both directions are good. If you live in Nor-Cal, it's worth the trip to hit these roads.

There's a bunch on the opposite direction from my house, but they're not known roads, but they're plenty twisty and there's branch off options all over the place. I live in a great place to be a rider. I used to take advantage and hit them all regularly. I've gotten lazy lately. I need to get back on those roads.
 
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