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My kids bought me this book for Christmas:


Motorcycling Across Ohio: A Guide
by William Murphy

I quickly skimmed through the book, and it looks awesome. Most of the routes can easily be done in one day, sticking to lightly-travelled backroads, with interesting and historical sites to see along the way.

I am looking forward to completing all the routes in the book and hope to see some of you along the way. :)
 

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Let me know when you go, I live in Akron as well. If you don't mind the company. :D
Do you ride a silver Strom?:???:
 

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Duh!! Just reread your post, saw you ride a red 650.:rolleyes:
 
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LOL. C'mon Handy, you can ride with a Wee, you'll just have to slow down alot! :mrgreen: Just messin with my small displacement brothers. I love the Wee.
 

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I'm in too, once I get my Strom anyway. That book looks fantastic, I'm gonna buy it right now.
 

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I would also be very interested, although I already know some excellent routes.
 

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Ya'll be careful, now... I used to live in Ohio, and they have the most "enthusiastic" Highway Patrol of any other state I've ridden in, and that's 49 of 'em altogether! ;)
 

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Ya'll be careful, now... I used to live in Ohio, and they have the most "enthusiastic" Highway Patrol of any other state I've ridden in, and that's 49 of 'em altogether! ;)

You aint jokin!!!!! However a good buddy of mine is a State Trooper, he said to "always" be courteous and admit you were wrong. Lots of State boyz ride motorcycles....as long as you were not being a complete idiot, they might let you go with a warning.

You won't see an out of shape State Patrol officer in this state, at least I never have.
 
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