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As I sat in the garage sweating and swearing at my not yet completed bike yesterday, my mind wandered.

I was thinking of where I'd like to go once the thing is running, besides around the block. :cool:

I would like to go to the m/c museum in Birmingham, AL,

Travel all the way down HY 1 in California

See the PNW mountains.

See the forests of Maine.

This is a small portion, and doesn't include the overseas destination.

Where would YOU go?
 

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I want to run the coast line of Cape Cod Ma. then head up the coast thru Boothbay and Bar Harbor Me. Also probably throw in the Newport coastal area of R.I. also. Umm I think I'll do it come spring why think about it. hehe
 

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I had wanted to do a cross country ride, but thats cause I was wanting to run away from life at the time. I think I would still like to do it someday but probably won't happen until I retire in about 30 yrs.
I would like to do the Lake tahoe area in the summer on a bike.
I have been out there skiing and just think it would be great on a bike.
 

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New Hampshire then Maine for lobster. Hwy 17 most of the way.

Oklahoma City- I've never met my niece who lives there.

New River Gorge in WV. Looks so cool on the quarter.

Anywhere on the Pacific coast. I've seen the sun come up over the Atlantic countless times....
 

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tommys looking at route 66 in the fall after he stops driving he will have a 3 week check and a couple weeks off lol trying to work out the logistics of where to stay and what to do lol plus theres a motorcycle museum east of columbus ohio on I-70
 

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A1A, as much as still exists, south Florida to northern Maine.:lol: Selected side trips along the way!:biggrin:
 

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Every year I drive out to Portland to visit my son. I absolutely LOVE driving into Oregon through the Columbia Gorge, and I've never done it on my bike. I hope to do that this year. Alan and I are thinking about heading to Portland before the Red Lodge get-together and then joining the PNW group for the ride into Red Lodge.
 

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Anyplace that is warm and has trees.
 

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Too many places to list. Yeah the old Rte 66 would be fun. Osarks, like lobocop said, anywhere that is warm. Doesn't neccesarily have to have trees. would be nice.
Definately back to europe.
Great lakes
PNW
New Mexico
and on and on... :)
 

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Oregon Coast and I'm aching to hit the kananaskis loop again.
 

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Every year I drive out to Portland to visit my son. I absolutely LOVE driving into Oregon through the Columbia Gorge, and I've never done it on my bike. I hope to do that this year. Alan and I are thinking about heading to Portland before the Red Lodge get-together and then joining the PNW group for the ride into Red Lodge.
Hi Julie, are you and Alan planning on taking the bikes this year to Red Lodge?

ohhhh.........I wanna do ride down through the Moab, Utah.......4 corners.....grand Canyon.......CA and come back up Highway 101 Orgeon coast.
 

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I know just what you mean Tina!!!
I have too many places to list here, but I started sending out for ALL the tourist information and maps from all the states!!!!! I want to see it all on two wheels now!!!! :biggrin:
 

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Living in the PNW spoils me. Aside from that, I miss riding in Japan. Bikes are everywhere there, and car drivers actually see them. So many bikers they don't bother waving. Great mountain roads, 7-11 stores with edible food (oden in the winter can't be beat), and vending machines everywhere on the sidewalks. Too bad there's so many vandals in other parts of the world, or people everywhere would know the pleasure of stuffing their pockets with hot cans of Georgia Coffee on a cold night. That's right, vending machines dispensing hot OR cold beverages. Find the right one and a 12 ounce can of hot cocoa will warm your innards.
 

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My favorite rides of the past...were on a BMW 75 in Germany ... (not the autobahn) I was stationed there 6yrs.....;) Now I would really like to ride down to the Florida Keyes
 
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