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You get on interstate freeway and ride straight for 12+hrs with not a single curve, bend, or rise. Avoid at all costs!
You can't get there from here.
I'm partial to Historic Route 66 through OK and TX. You're parallel to railroads and there's better scenery than sticking to i44 & i40. The only troubles are lower speed limits, trying to stick on Route 66 where it still exists rather than being routed to the modern interstate alternative, and that at some spots the road is so bad you may find yourself shifting lane position to the oncoming traffic lane to avoid riding over missing chunks of road. It's an adventure, to say the least.
Yep…When you start to feel tired and sore, the Norge will help you to the end of the day. You get to think more deeply about why you are there on roads like that.Just how minuscule you really are on your little bike and the depth of reliance you have on it, burn into your mind if you walk away 100 metres and just look at it.If you think about your bike, it will think about you when you need it most.[/quoteAgree...
Similarly, Daniel Kalal once recommended, I think, U.S. 36 across Kansas.
To an easterner like me the only boring roads out west are Interstates. Any sign of human habitation can be interesting.The loneliest road where I felt most reliant on myself and my vehicle was US160 in western Kansas and eastern Colorado.Rarely signs of life other than a few gravel roads leading somewhere out of sight and towns on the verge of becoming ghost towns.Pete
Anyone have suggestions on routes across the band of states in mid-USA that have mainly flat, straight roads? Any suggestions?
Anyone have suggestions on routes across the band of states in mid-USA The DakotasNebraskaKansasOklahomaTexas Any suggestions?
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