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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-30-2001, 10:06 AM Thread Starter
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Question West Virginia Roads!!!!!!

Has any one been on RT. 33 Between 219 & 220 alos Rt. 250 Between 219 & 220 Panning on 4-day weekend ride in this area next May anyone Interested let me know
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Sounds great.... Keep me in mind when you start to make plans.... I'm sure I can scrounge a few of my buddies into riding as well.....
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Yeah ive been there. Just about every road in west virginia is nice. Those roads are pretty scenic. I would also include route 50 in the trip, its pretty twisty in WVA.

Im intersted in the trip, just lemme know WHEN AND WHERE.


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Re: West Virginia Roads!!!!!!

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Has any one been on RT. 33 Between 219 & 220
Yup, but I can't remember much about it, as I was having good road overload last trip! If you're in the area, I hear the Front Porch Restaurant is a nice place to eat (where 33 and 28 meet). From what I remember, the road to Snowshoe (coming from the east) was a tight, twisty beast, but may be a bit too small/rough to really have fun (no centerline). 'Course, the 6.5 mile road to the top of Snowshoe ain't bad! Smooth, wide, centerline, and got a heckuva view up there, and 'bout 10 restaurants to choose from. A great place to take a break.
Jest wonderin'...since the 6.5 mile drive up to Snowshoe is a private road?-no cops?...

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when are you going? theres a couple of us hookin up at NEW RIVER GORGE BRIDGE on 2/25......will be running over on 60 to 219 & will follow it all the way home............ruffcut
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