I do love that Sabre
That black tar media strip looks great. Leave it the Ozzies to avoid it if possible.Here in South Australia we have the best roads. You will not find a dirt road over here. Come on would I pull your leg. Here is my proof. We have all these roads to play on and hardly anyone to share it with. Eric
Remember Maestro, them Aussies drive on the wrong, em, left side of the road though Makes me wonder if the roads wear opposite to oursGee, Eric. Those roads look like they cold be from around here, or just about any midwestern, or southern state. By the way, sent you a PM.
For how many miles does it have to be straight for you, I know of two that go about 2.5 miles straight and then hold on.Florida has great, if boring, roads. The Florida Highway Patrol is a no nonsense organization and watch the highways for those who'll mess up your day. Don't do the crime if you can't pay the fine...in Florida they're steep, very steep.
Okay, Question: Does West Virginia have any straight roads? I rode through the state last June and swear I didn't find any.
Which explains why I have been satisfied with my trike. Still get to ride, Still get the open freedom, but the roads here are all straight and level. Have to travel 100 mi or more to get to some curvy roads, so the two wheel "leaning into curves" is not missed too much, as there are no curves. LOLRoad construction has this great idea of following range and township road lines around here. Sometimes the only curves we get are the s bends approaching the intersection of a major highway from a secondary. They started putting those kind of approaches in so the Gropes wouldn't go brain dead and blow through the intersection into existing traffic. Good places to practice accelleration and cornering in conjunction with shifting gears if you're turning off the major onto the secondary though