I voted local canyon/twisties, though I'm beginning to think track days would be cheeper ( my last speeding ticket cost $308 not including traffic school $29 fee and $34 to the school):barf:
The fine alone would have paid for two track days.
Can I ask what 4 ppl actualy voted for the interstate. The interstate might be the boreingest on earth. If you voted for can you post and give me a reason why? Anyway I voted canyon/twisties but I think mountain top twities are alot more fun then canyons but both are great.:drool:
Me and about 15 guys went out riding yesterday i'm station here in spain and the roads here are incredible real smoothe and the mountains are challenging also and the track is awesome we pay 100 euros for a full day and it's the G.P. cicuit in Jerez,Spain but to be on the safe side it's the track here in spain they have too many goats hanging out
I'm into twisties.... but I like distance too.... I got a serious wander lust..... for instance
it's not uncommon for me to go out for cheesesteak in Phili, PA.....by the way I
live in Northern New Jersey 5miles away from from the George Washington Bridge. :twofinger
I live right by one of the popular routes in south-east michigan, Huron River Drive, which leads into many other excellent twisty back roads. I definitely dig the twisties. I guess I can see how some people would like the interstate. It is pretty exciting having giant cages all around you, never knowing if they are going to come at you or do something completely erratic that could kill you. The thrill of the ride.
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