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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 06-30-2004, 08:26 PM Thread Starter
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West Virginia?

who here lives in West Virginia? Where at? I Live in Logan - Logan County....and where do you ride??
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 07-01-2004, 01:27 AM
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A number of us from Pittsburgh ride in WV fairly often. Not sure where Logan County is but we tend to ride south and east of Morgantown, over to Seneca Rocks, and on good days, south on 33 over into Va heading towards Harrisonburg and down on 250 around Monterey Va up through Durbin and Elkins way, back up to Pittsburgh. Those rides range from 350 miles to as high as 650 or 700 on a good day. Does that get anywhere near you?

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Parkersburg here. We dip into the southern part every once and awhile, to Gauley Bridge, Seneca Rocks occasionally, up to Moundsville, or anywhere a road will take us

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not really dad...morgantown is a good 4-5 hours from me...i live in the far south of west virginia...lots of good roads around here...well...lots of good roads everywhere in WV
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...live in the far south of west virginia...lots of good roads around here...well...lots of good roads everywhere in WV
Oh yeah! On an overnighter, we will run down 16 and across 60 by Hawk's Nest. That's fun! It's a little far for a day ride for us.

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no one else out there lives in WV??
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Parkersburg here. We dip into the southern part every once and awhile, to Gauley Bridge, Seneca Rocks occasionally, up to Moundsville, or anywhere a road will take us
Hey Dave ya wanna go back down thru Montery again? I want to keep going and go down to the Greenbrier and the radio observitory sometime too.
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Hey Dave ya wanna go back down thru Montery again? I want to keep going and go down to the Greenbrier and the radio observitory sometime too.
You can't go into the Greenbriar on a bike. They're important that way.

I was thinking that a soul should organize one of those million bike poker runs and get the leader to turn in there. Hilarity would ensue.

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I'm not surprised, alot of my customers live in that area, all in gated communities too. Gotta admit it'd be fun walking into the greenbrier in all leathers!!
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Ahh....SBW at work. What could be better?! Any road, anytime, any distance. Point me and lets go!

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