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Old 08-02-2004, 07:09 PM   #1
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MD bay ride report

If you guys have not ridden around the east coast of MD, please do so. Good stuff. Its really nice, Xsquiggy and I found some sweet roads all day that were nice and twisty. And hardly any traffic.

The roads actually reminded me of riding around Stafford and Fredericksburg.

(below) Parked at a nice horshoe turn in a road in MD named Patuxent rd. I ran through here with the dcsportbikes.com crew, one of the guys on a r6 crashed going around into the hill. He was alright and rode off.





(above) A nice house by the water. For some reason, I could not get a good glimpse of the water. Too many houses were built in the good areas, I definatly need to explore more. But I led xsquiggy a long time on the highway in order just to see if I could see the water on this street, but it just ended in a neighboorhood without a good view. This house was sweet.









(below) Vstroms can get it up too. Too much fun. We had to get out of here cause the cops were coming.


(below) Triumph triples are really badass





(below) There is no method to my madness
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Old 08-02-2004, 08:40 PM   #2
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Dude- on that Crownsville loop you rode by my house~
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Old 08-03-2004, 01:31 PM   #3
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If you haven't been on the other side of the Bay, you should go. It's better on that side, much less developed, and you will see plenty of water and shore. St. Michaels, Cambridge, and that whole area has that 'Bay atmosphere'. Not surprisingly, area restaurants have good seafood; worth a stop, IMO.
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Dude- on that Crownsville loop you rode by my house~
Thats a nice area.
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