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What: Lime Creek Road, connecting Volente and 1431 on the NE side of Lake Travis, is a great set of twisties. It was voted the #5 best road in the 2003 Ride Texas magazine's readers' poll, and the Ride Texas Ride Guide describes it (paraphrased) as being designed by "road engineers on acid."

The road surface is very good, with the occasional bit of gravel. There are a few driveways and turnoffs, and there are quite a few sharp blind turns, so keep a lookout for the odd bit of gravel, the delivery or garbage truck during the weekdays, and lake traffic during the warm season.

The local police also love to park out near the 1431 entrance to Lime Creek, and catch the folks hurrying down the straightish portion after enjoying the curves.

Many riders love this road, but complain of it being overly busy or dangerous. Stories abound of vehicles aplenty, and car and bike accidents as some folks tend to hit some of the corners a bit too hot.

There's also "The Dog" that has been known to chase some riders. I've not seen it, though, in my few times around the road.

Some experienced riders do a sighting pass, to determine the traffic, gravel, police presence, etc., then bomb, er, return the other way to really enjoy the road.

One thing I've thought about is that the road has a very different character depending upon which direction you're going. Out of Volente, you're on the outside lane for most of the real twistie stuff, with no real views to speak of. Coming toward Volente, though, there are a few more vistas of the lake, and you're on the inside of the blind corners. Try it for yourself!



Speed limit is 40, I bow down to those who can keep that pace through the best parts. ;)


Where: Lime Creek Rd. runs from Volente to 1431 near Cedar Park NE of Lake Travis. You can also get to "LCR" from Austin by taking 2222, which becomes Bullock Hollow Rd when it crosses 620. Take Bullock Hollow until it T's at 2769, turn left and take 2769 to Volente. Turn right onto Lime Creek Rd., and enjoy.

From just west of Cedar Park, look for LCR on the south side of 1431. The first few miles from this direction are not particularly great, and take you by some quarries before you descend into the best part of the road.

Designation: Lime Creek Road

Roll the vids, Bubba:
From 620 to 2769 to LCR:
* Windows Media Player 9 (31.5 Mb, software)
* QuickTime 6.3 (28 Mb, QT software)

From 1431 toward Volente:
* Windows Media Player 9 (13 Mb, software)
* QuickTime 6.3 (11.5 Mb, QT software)
 

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OK, that's it! 63 degrees and not a cloud in the sky. Buck has that damned video and now I have to forego the gym this afternoon and go ride Lime Creek Road and 1431. Buck, I'm blaming my lack of houshold productivity on on you when my wife asks. :-D
 
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Dang You and That Video....

Buck,

I have been comfortable sitting in my house and getting fat (or fatter) when I say this video. Now I will have get my buddies together and head up that way. LCR is just inviting for our group. I can see my buddy vessmech on his devil bike (Lucifer oranger Triumph Sprint RS) tearing this road up. Maybe we could meet up with you and have you show us the way. I now need to decide if I should ride the SV650 or R1150RS. I was really becoming the coach potato's potato.
 

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Howdy,

:tab This is indeed a fun road. However, the last time we were on it, we came around a blind corner to find an F-350 just stopped in the middle of the road. He was just chatting with a fellow on the side of the road. The truck could not have been at a worse location in the corner. Irondawg was leading on his Sprint ST (RIP) and managed to miss the truck, the rest of us had time to brake as we were doing the delayed apex thing and not following to close. Nonetheless, it was still a fun ride. I prefer more secluded and less travelled roads ;-)

Adios,
 

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Yes, it is heavily travel. And enforced. TCSO put their new BMW R 1150 RT's on that road first. Seems the Harleys were being left in the dust. But I feel better now that I'm back from my ride. It's great to have such a wonderful little road 20 minutes from my house.
 
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Just lucky, I guess.

I've done the road about 10 times since getting up the nerve to tackle those bends, and I've:

  • followed the garbage truck a few yards before it turned off of LCR
  • encountered the big delivery truck right at the apex of one of the tight curves, but it stayed in its lane, and I had plenty of room to avoid it anyway, as slow as I was going :oops:
  • seen no popo, ever, but I keep around 40 or so on the straightish parts, so hopefully we'll just wave to one another if I do see one.
  • not seen The Dog, even with my loudified v-twin
  • not seen much gravel, other than what was indicated in the vid
I hope my luck holds.

:angel:
 

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:tab I wonder if a polarizing filter on the lens would help cut out some of the glare from the sky portion and give a little better exposure on the road/groud portion of the picture? Any ideas? This is often done on regular cameras for still shots but I don't know if you can do it on the video.

Adios,
 
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leeroy: thanks. :)

Scott: I didn't realize how bright it was until I started editing the vid, sorry about that. Dunno about attaching a polarizing filter. I think a cheaper alternative would be hitting it at a different time or when it's cloudier. :-D
 
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There are several deaths on that road each year...you got the Jap car clubs riding at high speeds on that road (for a car anyways and a driver with limited skill) and they tend to come into the other lane. I feel sorry for any biker that meets them. And yes it has already happened. Don't get me wrong, it is an awesome road. It is just getting traveled on too much these days.
 

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...and a driver with limited skill...
:tab Let's not forget the riders that fall into that same category ;-) Many of the accidents are single vehicle accidents!

:tab Paul, I wasn't griping about the vids hehe. Just a point of interest. You seem to be doing a great job of building up a video library for us of the cool roads. I need to get you over here to do some of the Deep East Texas roads we hit on our Butt Burner routes. Your suggestion of doing cloudy days is actually a very good one. Many books on photography point out that it is easier to get a good "proper" exposure on overcast days because the lighting is more even and seems to come from everywhere instead of being so directional.

:tab I like the added touch of a soundtrack ;-)

Adios,
 
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I've updated the original post to emphasize the business/dangers of the road, to be fair.

I'd love to get back up for a Butt Burner, but would wind up miles behind the usual suspects, I'm afraid... ;) East Texas is definitely on my list, just dunno when.
 
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Wow!

Howdy. Heard about this site at the IMS show in Dallas. Just logged on and I love it. Just wanted to say that these videos are fantastic. It's driving me nuts having to sit here and look at roads that I won't be able to get to until next spring. However, I just might be able to convince my wife into taking an impromptu weekend run down to the Hill Country by showing her these videos. Thanks again and keep up the great work.

Kelly Teeples
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:tab Welcome to the site Kelly. I'll be running two tours into the Hill Country in April via my tour company (see sig). Two more in the Fall. I'll be doing another in early May in the are South of DFW.

Adios,
 

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Re: Wow!

FWVic said:
Howdy. Heard about this site at the IMS show in Dallas. Just logged on and I love it. Just wanted to say that these videos are fantastic. It's driving me nuts having to sit here and look at roads that I won't be able to get to until next spring. However, I just might be able to convince my wife into taking an impromptu weekend run down to the Hill Country by showing her these videos. Thanks again and keep up the great work.

Kelly Teeples
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Sell the wife on Fredericksburg as a destination. Bed and Breakfast, German food and beer, so forth and so on. You get to ride, she gets to antique, shop, schmooze and everything else I can't stand to do. It's the best of both worlds. If she rides, you got it made, it's just a weeked get away. Either way YOU are riding the best roads in Texas! Let me know if I can help further. :mrgreen:
 

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Buck,

Don't know what you do for a living but if you keep making these great videos you could do more for Texas tourism than the Longhorn steer and BBQ.

One of my office mates walked by and silently watched me "leaning" into the turns as I watched the video in full screen mode for what must have been a full minute before I noticed him standing there and shaking his head. Well, I invited him in to watch a minute and I think you hooked him. We talked bikes for about 10 more minutes and he started to get "that look" - you know the one where you are mentally calculating how much fundage you have stashed away for those new toys ...

Keep up the good work!

Dave.

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Dave,

Hehe, my little plan to assimilate all non-riders into the crack addiction of motorcycling is working... :-D

Thanks for the kind words...
 
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Buck,
Your vids are really great. I tried one once in West VA but it was very very "shakey". I get sick tryin to watch. A few questions:
1. What kind of camera
2. Digital??
3. What editing software?
4. What kind of mount?
I would like to do some roads in this area.
Keep up the good work!
 
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Your vids are really great. I tried one once in West VA but it was very very "shakey". I get sick tryin to watch.

Thanks, Buzz...!


1. What kind of camera

Couple of year old JVC GR-DVL725U, with image stabilization (key for moto-videos, I should think).

2. Digital??

Yup. I'd love to get a bullet cam, but they're analog, and it's just so easy to transfer the digital video to my machine (I'm too lazy/cheap to buy the bullet cam and associated video capture card).

3. What editing software?

Generally, Window Movie Maker v5.1. I do have QuickTime Proin order to make .mov versions. I also bought ULead VideoStudio 6, which has some nice features, but just find that the (free) Windows Movie Maker has the features I like (transitions, multi-audio, etc.), and is easier to use.

4. What kind of mount?

Aluminum camera mount with suction cup feet, very similar to this one (I bought mine from LP, but what I received has slightly more articulation)
 

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Hey Paul,

:tab Quick question for you. The bullet camera is analog (RCA), but does that mean that a digital camera with an RCA input won't work? I know that a lot of people have been using digital cameras with RCA jacks and they hook them up the their VCR's and then play old videos into the camcorder. This way they convert their VHS stuff to digital format so it can be stored on CD's and DVD's. Basically they are using the camera as a pass through. Can your camera do this? If so, then I would think you'd also be able to use the bullet cameras.

Adios,
 
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Scott,

That might work. My DV cam doesn't have those RCA plugs, so I'd have to use my other, older analog vidcam, which means buying a video capture adapter, which means opening up my PC, which doesn't interest me much right now. ;)

If the camera can digitize incoming analog signals, well, COOL!
 
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Buck

Or is it Paul? Thanks for the detailed post. I think my problem was the stabilization. I'm going to borrpw a friend's and try again. Is windows movie Maker bundled wi9th XP or is it a seperate program? I guess I could use my MAC i have at home.

TKS Again
 
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hcope1 said:
Buck

Or is it Paul?
Either works. ;)

Buck was given by my mother, pre-natally... :roll:

Is windows movie Maker bundled wi9th XP or is it a seperate program? I guess I could use my MAC i have at home.

TKS Again
No problem. Windows Movie Maker comes with XP, but a nicer version is available as a free upgrade, iirc... Download site.

I think I've got a fairly recent version. Actually, my about box gives two versions... :shock:

* Windows Movie Maker: Version 5.1
* Windows Movie Maker Version 2.0.3312.0 (this is what the download page gets you to).

I'm by no means a fan of Micro$oft, but I do like this program.

Have at it!
 
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My first post:

I got out to Lime Creek Road for the first time Monday afternoon - far to nice of a day for a marketing class (65 deg., no clouds, no wind...). All I can say is...Wow! Since I am a relatively novice rider, I took it easy coming from Volente, but I pushed a little harder coming back and was rewarded with an awesome ride.

I can't comment on the law enforcement or traffic situation, as it was a Monday afternoon and the only other traffic on LCR was a delivery van (pulled off early) and a couple of convertables, apparently also compelled to blow off work or school.

Anyhow, I can't wait to get back out there again. If any of you see a little blue GS 500 (I like to call my GSXR starter kit) out there, give a wave!
See you on the road......
 

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Howdy!

:tab Welcome to the site and thanks for coming out of lurk mode ;-) Your GS is perfect for that road! LCR is not about raw power. It is all about finesse! The GS has all the power you need for that road. Of course the front suspension needs help :roll: Glad you had a great time!

Adios,
 
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A lot of people don't know about them , but there are devices called USB Video Capture Devices that you can get at computer stores for about $70. They have both S-Video and RCA video inputs and a USB output. You simply plug the device into your computer's USB port, load the driver from a CD, and then plug your analog cam, VCR, or whatever into the device. It automatically digitizes the video and allows you to record it on your puter in several different formats or staight to a DVD or video-CD.
There are several different brands available and they all include some editing software. I bought the Pinnacle "Dazzle" . It works great. I have a big job now to record all of my old VCR tapes from the last 20 years but from what I hear CD's and DVD's are going to last a lot longer than the old Tapes.

Buzz
 

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:tab What I need is an adapter that takes the RCA style plugs coming from a lipstick camera and converts them to USB inputs that I can plug into the input on a MiniDV camcorder. The only camcorders I can find that have the RCA inputs cost several thousand dollars minimum!

:tab Does the gadget you mention use batteries? I wonder if it might do what I want?

Adios,
 
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Scott

This device is powered by the USB slot.
It has RCA inputs (bout Video and Audio) and S-Video to plug an analog cam or vcr into.
On the other end of the cable is the USB plug that goes to a computer.
The device takes the analog inputs (RCA or S-Video) and digitizes the video to output to the USB port. I'm not aware of it having any other capability than this.
I'm confused a bit by what you are looking for. This device will accept any RCA or S-Video input...that just about covers every kind of Camcorder out there that I know of.

Buzz
 
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Buzz, that's a cool device.

I think what Scott's saying is that he's thinking of a bullet camera that just feeds an image to some recording device. So, to use the USB vidcap, one would have to bring a laptop along for the ride...

A solution to this might be to use a non-digital camera to record the ride (bonus if it takes the analog input from the bullet cam, too), then at home, feed the signal into the USB vidcap device...

I'd be curious about the resolution and quality of the USB device vs. a regular slot-eating vidcap card. I'll have to look into this a bit...

Thx again for posting the info.
 
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Buck

Yea...I was confused...it sounded like he wanted to plug the output of one cam into the input of another cam.
But no matter, all this device does is take analog Video and Audio into the input and then outputs it in digital form to a USB plug.
You can Look on Best Buy or Comp USA websites and they will have the specs for the devices.....you need to be careful ...some are only good for up to Windows 2000 and some will be good up to Windows XP.
These things sometimes show up on Ebay for about $40 to $50 sometimes.

I also bought the thing so I could record video from a cam mounted on a model airplane. I bought a wireless miniature (analog) cam kit on Ebay for $26. It has a range of about 1000 ft. The miniature cam rides in the airplane and transmits back down to the ground to a small receiver that I have plugged into this device. The device is plugged into my Laptop.I can fly the model by watching the video on the laptop... :chug:

Buzz
 

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:tab Buzz, that is way cool! Hehe... It get's the geeky nerd in me all excited. :-P Buck000 is right. I want to use a Helmet Camera brand lipstick camera and mount it on the bike. The outputs of the lipstick camera are RCA. I cannot find and new MiniDV recorders that have RCA inputs on them so that I can plug the lipstick camera into them. So I was wondering if I could plug the lipstick camera into the gadget you mentioned, and then take the outputs of that gadget and plug it into the MiniDV recorder. If the gadget requires it be plugged into a puter, then I am out of luck :-|

:tab I want to use the lipstick camera because of the ability to mount it just about anywhere on the bike. Also, I think it gives a better sensation of speed than a tank or dash mounted camcorder. The other thing is that I don't want to shoot through the windscreen because it very often gives strange glare effects.

Adios,
 
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Well, if your MiniDV recorder has the standard USB port (better check if it is USB-1 or USB-2) then this device should work for you.
You can always go buy one and return it if it doesn't work :lol:

Right now I have mine hooked up to my home computer with my wireless cam set hooked to it. I found some free software on the net that allows remote monitoring of the cam over the internet from a remote computer.
With this I can monitor video of my home from my computer at work ;-) It's password protected and all so I'm the only one that has the password and url #.

Buzz
 

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Those look pretty cool. However, I don't know that I want my raw footage in the MPG-4 format. I already have everything I need to import/edit etc,... the MiniDV format right off the camcorder. The cheapest unit was $380 :eek: Not necessarily a bad price, just more than I can afford (which is not enough). I do like the size of them though. But if I am gonna shell out the bucks, I want it to be a regular camcorder as well. The little add-on module does not look like it would do real good quality video.

Adios,
 
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Scott,

I see some of these units (VR-120's) on Ebay....looks like they'll be going for less than $200.

But I think Buck is right....you would really want to have the anti-jiggle feature on any cam that you were thinking about using. I would think that that would be at the top of the list for features

Buzz
 
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The DOG, I think, is really a medium sized bear. Do you know that it's possible to jump off a GS at speed, pedal real fast and catch up to it again 50 yards down the road? :mrgreen: The dog lives at 10:33 in the first video, on the left side.
Buddy of mine lives on the road (built after the video), and it is fun to just stand in the front yard watching and listening. In the mornings though, he has to go down to extract fairing pieces out of the fence.
 
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Tried to count the curves on Lime Creek between the new end of Lime Creek @ Anderson Mill and continuing all the way to 2763 and to bull lick hollow to oasis bluff by the oasis and to 620. I wondered how that run compared to the dragon in Nc. I got 155 curves or turns in 16.5 miles. My son who was not counting ever time the bike could not go stright as a curve got 128. A bit longer then the dragon and about half as many curves but hey. Just do it both ways. :)
 
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I want to say I really enjoyed the video, and the music as well. I am lucky because I can ride LCR everyday on my way home to Cedar Park from Austin, and have been riding that road often since I was a kid on a 125 Harley Hummer. I have gotten used to the idea that i have to be very cautious about the road in the last few years. Too many idiots on sportbikes going the other way who tend to ride the outside of the corners. I crashed my Kawasaki ZRX on the hill going towards 1431 a few years ago when some guy on a Yamaha 600 came busting *** down the hill and was cutting the apex of the turn by being in my lane as we met. I ended up straighting out the turn in order to avoid a head on collision, but managed to get slowed down to a few miles an hour before I hit the ditch. Scratched up my wind screen and I hurt my right elbow when I fell over in the ditch and brush. The guy knew he had forced me into a fall and kept right on hauling buns down the hill. I wish him continued luck in his life but if I ever found out who that man was I have a few words I would like to give him. Ride LCR in caution mode if you ride it.
 
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I hit LCR this morning after not riding it for a while. It looks like there are lots of new tar snakes about 1/2 between 1431 and Volente. Also, hit a patch of sand in one of the 15 mph curves, good for a pucker moment as the whole bike slid sideways about 3 feet.

Left by 10:30 so very few SQUIDS were out yet, I assume they are hungover on Sun. mornings :)
 
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Chris Mitchell said:
...Ride LCR in caution mode if you ride it.
I couldn't agree with this statement more. I ride LCR pretty regularly as it's near my house, but I do my best to stay away during the summer. It seems that there are some folks with big trucks and boats who think it's a nice shortcut from Cedar Park to the boatramp on Bullick Hollow. I rode it a couple weeks ago and almost got taken out by a guy in a Hummer towing a boat who decided that he needed to be in the middle of the road as he rounded one of the tight corners.

I recommend following the old rule of matching your speed to your sight distance. If you can't see around the hairpin, assume there's a lumbering, bike-eating behemoth blocking most of the road just around the bend.
 
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I've had a couple of close calls from friendly drivers trying to use thier lane, and mine. I love the ride, but I've noticed the patch work and new gravel around a few of the fun turns also. AND THE TAR SNAKES :miffed: . I got a little squirly on them. Time to slow down till the road settles. Although the one turn that has had gravel in it for the past year, maybe, I'm gonna sweep one of these days.
 
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I am lucky to be able to ride Lime Creek several times a week on my way home to Cedar Park. Watch out for the road surface now, lots of dirt and gravel showing up now due to gravel trucks on the road. Have not seen any LEO's on the road for a good while but it always pays to keep and eye out for them. I have found that in recent years you really need to approach the blind turns with a good deal of expectation that the guy in the big Green trash truck is gonna come around the corner, especially on Thursday about mid day. I have had the pleasure of Lime Creek road being my own private play ground since I was 13 and started riding the road on my Harley 125cc Hummer two stroke. I hate the fact that civilization has crept in to the area and brought traffic and dirt and debris to the place. Oh by the way the little grocery in Volente across the street from the volunteer fire hall is a great place to stop for a cold drink and something to eat. Owner is a nice guy named Bob and its a family operation. The lights in there are dim and its quiet and they dont mind people talking in there. I stopped there today on the way home and ate like a pig. Oink
 
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I'll have to stop in there on my next ride. Once the road debris clears some it should be a nice ride again. I enjoy going down there from Fort Hood just to be able to lean the bike over without breaking any laws.
 
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I rode LCR for the first time today. I liked it a lot. I made sure to be careful about the blind corners, as there are a lot of them. I didn't go fast at all as I'm trying to learn the road, but it was still a fun ride at the speed I went. There was a little gravel in the middle of some of the turns, so look out. Good times :)
 
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ive ridden that road several times and there are just too many blind entry points in a majority of those corners. you also have to watch out for several corners that actually have decreasing radius corners. it could be major fun if i could talk myself into ignoring the possibility that someone else would eventually ruin my day by stopping/lane cutting/ect.
 

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tx246 said:
ive ridden that road several times and there are just too many blind entry points in a majority of those corners. you also have to watch out for several corners that actually have decreasing radius corners. it could be major fun if i could talk myself into ignoring the possibility that someone else would eventually ruin my day by stopping/lane cutting/ect.
road it today, and last Sat, and the thur before. There are a few sections that have no side entry points,, and several parts that you have to be a bit smarter on. Nothing wrong with a decreasing radius, off camber turn.. just as long as the guy behind you rides at least as well as you do
:rofl:
 
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