You mean riding? I try to make it to bike nite on wed. at Mobile One whenever possible(haven't been there in a few weeks). I'm still in the process of trying to find good twisty roads around here though(not many). I live out in Destrehan, so I usually just go ride down river road till I decide to turn around.
Unfortunately with the storms and having to work extra days lately I haven't been riding much. Hopefully with the cooler weather coming that will change though!!
I work at Ochsner on Jefferson but live in Picayune, I took a road trip this weekend and found some good twistie roads if your interested let me know they're around Columbia, MS. It was real nice (90-100mph) curves I'm supposed to go back up that way in a couple of days to check out somemore twisties from columbia to Monticello.
Wait, I think I've seen your bike! A few months ago my gf's mom had a transplant(liver), so we were at Ochsner pretty much everyday for a while. There was almost always a blue R6 parked right across from the elevators at the exit of the parking garage. Is that yours?
Chad, i've been to the area between columbia and monticello. Its called red bluff and it is really nice. The first few miles the road is a loose asphalt or something, but after that its nice and smooth. Lots of curves and elevation changes. Later.
I made it up that way and you won't believe what I done, It was like 60miles up there and when I got to that gravel road I turned around and said there ain't noway this is right. How long does that road stay gravel because I thought I went the wrong way or something. Man that bugs me now!!!!!
The rode that you came to, was it actually gravel or was it pavement with loose rocks on it. The first time I went I made a wrong turn and ended up at a real gravel road. AFter backtracking we found the way. Before you get to red bluff there is a y and if you go left it comes to gravel right after a fourway stop sign, if you go right at the y your on the right track. The rough asphault last for about five to ten miles then there is about 20-25 miles of great road. Hope this helps.
I only passed two four way stop signs, I don't remember a Y, After the second four way the road became gavel in my mine but wasn' t like Mississippi red clay road but like a paved road with real fine rocks all over it. What you think??? See I you can explain it to me!!! Thanks Bro
Sounds like a plan, and no I haven't had the chance to go to pitstop or mobile one but I here there is a pretty good turnout. It always seems like I'm working on tues and wed. night which is when most of the bikers get together. Give me a ring and we'll hook up for a red bluff ride 601-347-4535. Talk later bro and ride safe.
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