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Walrond

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Member Since : December 12, 2006
Region : NY - Jefferson/ Lewis/ Oswego/ Oneida/ Herkimer/ Seneca/ Cayuga/ Onondaga/ Madsion/ Schuyler/ Chemung/ Tompkins/ Tioga/ Cortland/ Broome/ Chenango/ Otsego/ Delaware, United States
Motorcycle : BMW R1150GS
Best Route Ever Ridden : Riding the Dolomites
Website : https://www.bestbikingroads.com

Latest Entries By This User

Bowie, MD to Harwood, MD

MD - Garrett/Allegany/Was... > Maryland > United States > America
July 11, 2011 - 4 star route rating Motorcycle Road4.0

For the area this route is very good. Use some caution when heading North across 214, there is a hump in the road and if you are accelerating hard your front end will lift up.


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L499 Schwarzbach - Frankeneck

Saarland/Rheinland-Pfalz ... > Germany > Europe
December 14, 2006 - 3 star route rating Motorcycle Road3.5

***THIS ROAD IS CLOSED TO MOTORCYCLES ON WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS*** And you will see signs on each end to the effect. Starting from the B48 (see Review) at Johaniskreuz / Schwarzbach and heading East towards Frankeneck you will be going downhill the whole way. The road is in pretty good shape and passed through about 5 villages with only two that make you really slow down. It is full of tight sweeping corners and a few very sharp corners because if follows a stream from top to bottom. You really don't see a lot of motorcycles on the route due to the fact that you can only ride during the weekdays and I have never seen the police. It's easy to keep a good pace and while there are very few straight-a-ways, there are several opportunities to pass if you get behind a slower vehicle. The roads on either end of the L499 are both fantastic rides. If you head down towards Frankeneck be sure to take a left at the B39 towards Frankenstein for another really good twisty road (but with heavier traffic).


B48 : Annweiler - Hochspeyer

Saarland/Rheinland-Pfalz ... > Germany > Europe
October 28, 2005 - 4 star route rating Motorcycle Road4.3

The L48 cuts through the Palatinate Forest Biosphere reserve nature park. Plenty of curves as it follows a stream through a steep canyon. The forest is so thick that even on sunny days, much of the road is in the shade. I saw a lot of sportbikes there so, it's popular with the local riders.


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