Discussion in 'Rides' started by SVKathy, Apr 11, 2006.
Hello From Twin Falls! ;D
Hey there to our first member from Twin!! *cough*bringfriends*cough*
Would you mind giving us a hint on good roads to ride in the Twin Falls area? We've got mostly Boise area riders so far but several members are the wandering type and suggestions for places to go would really be apprecaited.
Ha. That's funny. :rofl: There aren't any really good rides out here. I have to ride a few hours away to get to a descent road. Hwy 21, up to Pomerelle, through Fairfield to Mountain Home, up to Rock Creek. Most of the roads here are pretty straight, but this is only my 4th riding season so I'm just happy to be on the bike. If anyone needs any specifics on certain riding areas around here I'll be glad to help though.
New to this forum.. I to live in Twin Falls... and can say there is no really good riding here lol.. especially now.. they chipsealed every dam road around.. sure its the same in boise though..
Hey SVKathy and Rookie, welcome to the group! As for chip seal, they did the road in front of my house a while back and I don't want to take my CBR out on it....J/K...
I assume that SVKathy rides an SV650, what does Rookie ride?
Hah, you've discovered what I like to call "Operation Chip Seal Idaho" and I agree, it sucks big time!!
:welcome: to the site (even though you don't seem to have a place to ride.
I own a Daytona Triumph 675 RED 2006 the only good color.. First season on it.... wishing it wasnt coming to an end.... Taking a trip to Stanley idaho this weekend if anyone is interested.. heading there on sat morning.. spending the night and heading home on sun.... so far about 3 rideres are going.. anyone is welcome.
Sweet! Nice bike! "Write me Up Red" is always a good color!!! :dblthumb:
I am sorry I would have to disagree with you, graphite is the bestest and fastest colour.
Ooohh, I didn't mean that Red is the fastest, it is just that cops and little old ladies think red means fast... Graphite is slick, but primer rules!
Crunched up bodywork with primer is even better right Carl?
No, the plastic sticken out in the wind hurts performance. I just haven't got around to fixin the latest dings. ;D