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Author Topic: Anybody in the four corners area?  (Read 1256 times)

Offline Moto1980

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Anybody in the four corners area?
« on: Dec 01, 2016, 03:53:43 »
Been riding cafe's for year's.  Still haven't found anybody to ride the Loop or what everyone else who doesn't ride call the million dollar hiway.  Rockey Mountain Roads. Twisties, . Not so much fun when everyone you now rides cruisers. Lame.


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Offline canyoncarver

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Re: Anybody in the four corners area?
« Reply #1 on: Mar 06, 2017, 16:15:37 »
Been riding cafe's for year's.  Still haven't found anybody to ride the Loop or what everyone else who doesn't ride call the million dollar hiway.  Rockey Mountain Roads. Twisties, . Not so much fun when everyone you now rides cruisers. Lame.


I've ridden the loop a few times on my ZRX.  Hell of a road, watch for RV's!!!
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Offline ApriliaBill

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Re: Anybody in the four corners area?
« Reply #2 on: Mar 06, 2017, 18:01:49 »
I've driven to Ouray, only because we hadn't been here long. The wife said we're riding up there this year. It does get a little touristy up that way, I actually had to pass a group of Harley's, they were just soooo slow. I think they were not familiar with the road and taking it easy. There is a great Burger place in Ouray (Maggies) I highly recommend the 420 burger. There is another good loop, the 64 east, take the turn off to Navajo Lake, take that out to Ignacio, from there you can head into Durango or back into N.M. Watch for cattle, maybe bring a telescopic fishing pole and hit some trout on the river. You could also ride the 64 out to Dulce (where there were Alien shootouts in the 70's, look it up) this takes you through the Carson forest. This is a cool place ride.....
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