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Old 09-28-2007, 08:42 PM   #61
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Chip, River to 87 to County Line is one of my short loops when I have just an hour or so to kill. Start on Old Mill down to River and find a way to head east and then back around to Old Mill. Short run but a great ride. Watch out for the Hunting Valley Police along River.
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Old 09-29-2007, 08:13 PM   #62
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What's the score? What's the prize?
Eh? Whazzit matter?
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Old 09-29-2007, 08:18 PM   #63
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Chip, River to 87 to County Line is one of my short loops when I have just an hour or so to kill. Start on Old Mill down to River and find a way to head east and then back around to Old Mill. Short run but a great ride. Watch out for the Hunting Valley Police along River.
Yeah, I love the lumps and bumps on County Line, not quite the triple nickel but fun none the less. Oh yeah, I forgot to say, when in Chag town, stop at Dink's for a burger and Rick's for a beer.
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Old 09-30-2007, 04:36 PM   #64
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NEO Route ____ Here is your hint... This route number is associated with a brave man who broke the record of a sweet babe.



I am all for the concept of multiple challenges / tags going on at the same time. Chip is right, boring waiting around growing old for a the next tag. Also, there are just some we may not be interested in seeking due to limited riding time. I suggest when you find one dont give away the location. That way others in the thread can still ponder the location and find them as well. Each person keep tally of how many they find individually. Sort of like merit badges.
I found this today by pure luck. I road my MZ to Garrettsville to look at a three wheeler
and went right past this. I didn't have a camera to actually prove it. But I do know
where it is now. I won't disclose the actual location as requested in your post. Was
a good ride none the less.
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Old 09-30-2007, 06:49 PM   #65
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not a bad weekend at all for a ride in NEO.
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Old 10-01-2007, 03:13 PM   #66
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I found this today by pure luck. I road my MZ to Garrettsville to look at a three wheeler and went right past this. I didn't have a camera to actually prove it. But I do know where it is now. I won't disclose the actual location as requested in your post. Was
a good ride none the less.
Give yourself a point - I believe you. Now throw a good tag up there. And get yourself a cellphone with a camera!
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Old 10-02-2007, 11:43 AM   #67
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Give yourself a point - I believe you. Now throw a good tag up there. And get yourself a cellphone with a camera!
Woohoo...

I do have a camera and a phone with a camera, just didn't have either with me that
day. I'll try and add a tag soon. I'm a single dad of two and my riding is very limited.
I was suprised as all get out when I spotted the train!
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Old 10-02-2007, 07:29 PM   #68
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Not Worthy of a Ride Report - but good enough for you.

OK fellow NEO flatlanders. Here is I route I just took to Salamanca NY. Weekend trip 230 miles each day. Not worthy of a full ride report - not enough pics - but good enough for you. It is a good route and there is both a state park and a casino at the end of your journey. Take your pick. I took the best of both - rode the park and slept at the Casino - Yep even won some dough at the craps table.



Head East and once you get past Greenville PA the terrain changes. Get past Oil City and follow the Allegheny River and I do declare there are some big hills and twisties.




Check out the golf hole mid river. Its about a 212 yard par 3.




View from lunch in Tionesta PA - Great restaurant serves buffet right on the rivers edge - forgot the name of the place but plenty of bikes parked outside






Great two day trip and I would encourage you to follow the Allegheny !
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Old 10-03-2007, 05:52 AM   #69
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Cool shot!
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Old 10-03-2007, 02:27 PM   #70
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gonna try to do that one myself, looks like a good fall ride
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Old 10-05-2007, 05:11 PM   #71
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Sunday 10/7 ride

Any of you FF's want to go for a ride on Sunday?
Down south a ways....
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Old 10-05-2007, 07:23 PM   #72
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Chip,
Gotta hand it to you this thread has really taken off. Refreshing to see road names and places I'm familiar with having grown up in Portage County and explored much on bicycle and later on my Honda MT 125. I occasionally ride East and check out the house I grew up in and to see how much the area has changed or stayed the same.
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Old 10-06-2007, 07:13 AM   #73
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Hey EZ, I only started this because of Bum's prodding but it would be cool to get some gatherings together like the guys down in the Clumps area do. We need to stick together here in motorcycle hell. I haven't been posting much because of a busy schedule and a broken camera but intend to post up a couple of mini ride reports when I get a chance. I have been riding the wheels off my bike this year and am totally geeked out on Adventure Riding. I am sure there are others in the area and on the forum that feel the same, we just need to get them to gather here and check in once in a while. So if you notice someone out and about or elsewhere on this site give them the heads up. I am going to head over to the Beer Engine in Lakewood 2night to catch the end of the Petit Le Mans, this would be a good get together spot or some likely coffee house or pizza parlor.

Now how about it, anyone up for a ride tomorrow?
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Old 10-06-2007, 11:17 AM   #74
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Built in 1825 or so. First brick house in the area for a long time.

Nice house! My wife says we could move there. Keep dreamin' honey.

Well, since ImEazy can't find his camera and hasn't posted a new pic, how about another hint on this one Blimpman?
Okay, back to work now. Man it's hot out there. Are you sure this is Oktober?
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Old 10-06-2007, 11:33 AM   #75
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Well, since ImEazy can't find his camera and hasn't posted a new pic, how about another hint on this one Blimpman?
Okay, back to work now. Man it's hot out there. Are you sure this is Oktober?
Trust me I haven't forgotten. I have a good tag in mind. Gonna try and go get a pic
tomorrow. I work Tues thru Sat evenings with Sun and Mon off so stay tuned.
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