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post #1 of 112 Old 10-14-2007, 04:03 PM Thread Starter
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ok, that's probably not funny. But since Alaska isn't likely in 2008 I've been using google's map flyover and see some interesting things.

Roswell, NM to Flagstaff, AZ = 537 mi – about 10 hours 44 mins
1.Head south on N Main St/US-285/US-70 toward E 2nd St/US-380200 ft
2.Turn right at W 2nd St/US-380/US-70 Continue to follow US-380/US-70
47.1 mi
55 mins
3.Turn right at US-380107 mi
2 hours 1 min
4.Turn right at NM-16.0 mi
12 mins
5.Turn right to stay on NM-13.8 mi
8 mins
6.Turn left at S California St/I-25-BL N0.6 mi
2 mins
7.Turn left at Spring St/US-60 Continue to follow US-60
Entering Arizona
156 mi
2 hours 48 mins
8.Slight right at US-180 W/US-191 N25.5 mi
26 mins
9.Turn left at AZ-61/US-1805.0 mi
8 mins
10.Turn right at US-18050.9 mi
51 mins
11.Turn right at S Navajo Blvd/US-180 Continue to follow S Navajo Blvd
2.5 mi
8 mins
12.Turn left at Mission Ln9.4 mi
25 mins
13.Turn left at AZ-778.6 mi
9 mins
14.Continue on BIA-616.5 mi
23 mins
15.Turn left at BIA-1568.6 mi
1 hour 24 mins
16.Continue on Leupp Rd14.7 mi
21 mins
17.Turn right at Townsend Winona Rd8.0 mi
12 mins
18.Turn left at US-89/N US-89 Continue to follow US-89
6.5 mi
13 mins

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Flagstaff, AZ

Using SR380 this appears to go through some serious terrain. "Billy the Kid" trail, Socorro, over water and over mountains.

Can anyone provide some feedback on this route? Does it look as good from the road as it does from the satellite view?

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DO NOT GO ON US 70 AT NIGHT !!!!!!!!!! Especially not through Safford

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why not?

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why not?

US 70 through Safford AZ runs through a reservation that is unfortunately know for gang activity and violence. There have been numerous murders there and it is know that travellers have been shot at while passing through - between Safford and Globe, AZ.

Recent story - a man in Safford stopped at a tire place and had to run for his life when someone started taking pot shots at him with a 50 Calibre rifle. In another case, a man was almost killed when his car took gun fire while passing along the 70 through the reservation. He took hits in his leg and lower body.

Call the Safford PD or State troopers in that area to verify some of this. It is a sad and unfortunate thing. Also, if you are stranded out there, the only people who can assist or have jurisdiction are the Reservation Police or the AZ State Troopers who sometimes take a while to get there.

A while back, Power Company workers were attacked while fixing lines that caused a black out. Why? Because they moved a pair of sneakers slung on the cables.

It is just not worth the risk - especially on two wheels.

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ahh, ok no worries. The posted route is way north of Safford. Will add a pistola to the toolbag.

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From Flagstaff 180N winds around a bit and goes straight to the Grand Canyon. Touristy but hey, it's there.

Loop east to 89 and you're north into Utah. Marble Canyon???

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The North Rim of the Grand Canyon looks to be an awesome place to ride. We were there several years ago and noted tons of Forest Roads.
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Old US 50 to Death Valley Road

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I am even more stoked about this trip after this past weekend. Man what fun that was. I gotta catch up. How did we end up from Wyoming/Utah to AZ/Utah? Four corners?

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just looking over the map, nothing set in stone.

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you have got to see this road.
Rampart Range Road in Colorado. WOW.

Cedar Mountain Road also.

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Is the flyover on google maps or Google Earth?

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google maps, just flying over the region and zooming down on things that look interesting.

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goto google - click on maps and enter Cedar Mountain Road

zoom in a few clicks in that.

half a dozen (or more) campsites all around there also.

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I found it, very cool road. It seems to follow along the tops of that mtn range. Looking for Cedar mtn now.

Google Earth has a cool feature too called add path. Draw a path along a road with your mouse and hit play. It will fly along the path you just entered. Cool stuff!

This is gonna be a trip to remember for ages.

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you have got to see this road.
Rampart Range Road in Colorado. WOW.

Cedar Mountain Road also.
Was on Rampart Range road this weekend. Haven't rode it all the way to Denver yet, but I know the Colorado Springs end is nothing but a dirt road full of washboards. There are better, much more fun ways to get North from here. Let me know what you're looking for.

By the way, I'm way behind on this ride that you guys are putting together, but if you make it up this way, let me know so I can ride with you all for awhile. Hopefully I'll still be here...

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How does this sound James & Dave - pull up a map of Colorado, Utah & Wyo. Let's pick a starting town in Colorado, a second point town in Utah, a third town in Wyo and back to the starting point.

This way we can rely on local help to provide the best routes. We're sort of jumbled around and it might help organize our thoughts if we have waypoints, then we can adjust based on advice.

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When is this trip planned for?

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We were talking about July '08.

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So are you guys all taking like a month of vacation to do this trip hahaha

My wife is VERY understanding and lets me usually do whatever. But if I tried to pull off a trip like this, she would probably not approve.

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I've set aside 3 weeks vacation time. Might take less but that's what I have budgeted.

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How does this sound James & Dave - pull up a map of Colorado, Utah & Wyo. Let's pick a starting town in Colorado, a second point town in Utah, a third town in Wyo and back to the starting point.

This way we can rely on local help to provide the best routes. We're sort of jumbled around and it might help organize our thoughts if we have waypoints, then we can adjust based on advice.
I'll work on it from my end and we can compare notes.

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but if you make it up this way, let me know so I can ride with you all for awhile. .

Same goes for me, I will definitely be here, would like to hook up with you guys for a while

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Well, I truly envy you guys .....

Should be one fantastic trip!

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Sometimes i wish this country was a little smaller. Btw: there are some nice roads around Glacier National Park, in Montana. I've never ridden them but some folks out here have highly recommended them. Let me know if you want the routes and i'll dig them up.

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Ok, VERY rough routing, but it covers all three states with a taste of Idaho for good measure.

Starting at Pike's Peak, then to Promontory, UT next is Yellowstone Park and returning to Colorado Springs.

1,622 miles round trip. About 230 miles per day.

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UT...16602&z=6&om=1

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that looks good.

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Working on a route in Mapsource. I might have more vacation available to me next year, so I have added about 1,000 miles to the loop by including the four corners area and using as few highways as possible. It is still being tweaked, so comments are welcomed. It is in .gdb format which can be opened by any mapsource US software or you should be able to see it in Google Earth. If you have problems seeing it, let me know.

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Opened in Mapsource just fine.

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Sorry to those I said could open it in Google Earth. It needs to be a gpx file format. I'll save it and post when I get home.

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are you two going to wear Cute Team West T Shirts on your journeys?? you should, I really need some new Photoshop material.

On a side note, I scored this pic from another thread on here today. I think this sign needs a wristtwisters sticker.


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Is this still in the plans? Really looks like a great time!

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I'm racking up some serious miles these days. This week alone: Chicago, NY, LA and back!

The Nurburgring offer is still open for the first takers. It can be done on the cheap. Frequent flyer miles and hotels. I'm focusing most nights at Hilton based hotels.

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My goal is set in stone. No Nurburgring, my sights are set on CO, UT, ID, WY & MT. I'll make it to the rest of the world when I finish with the wonders I haven't experienced that are within driving distance.

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My goal is set in stone. No Nurburgring, my sights are set on CO, UT, ID, WY & MT. I'll make it to the rest of the world when I finish with the wonders I haven't experienced that are within driving distance.
So, is the plan to ride out there or truck it to make better time and set-up "base camp" and experience the west in a giant loop route?

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Plan so far is to trailer out, unload bikes, disappear from electronic surveillance for 12 days and then drive back.

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$600+ bucks in gas round trip from my house to Colorado at a little over 1 days drive figured at current gas prices at 17mpg Hmmm.. who and where and what was the plan? Thinking of mixing it up while on the bikes as far as hotel stays and camping? Just pondering.....

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Plan so far is to trailer out, unload bikes, disappear from electronic surveillance for 12 days and then drive back.
Good ... you can pick up my lazy a$$ on your way out!

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$600+ bucks in gas round trip from my house to Colorado at a little over 1 days drive figured at current gas prices at 17mpg Hmmm.. who and where and what was the plan? Thinking of mixing it up while on the bikes as far as hotel stays and camping? Just pondering.....
My plans are to camp as much as possible being that the trip is scheduled for the summer months. These are all details that need to be ironed out over the next few months.

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Good ... you can pick up my lazy a$$ on your way out!
Will you be flashing a little leg and holding a CO or bust sign?

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