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Your Ride: 2005 545i SMG
Yeah, the Kangamangus (SP?) Highway up in the White Mountains. Not sure if you've ever been up this far, but if you have....you'll know what I mean. And on the way I-89 has many straightaways with limited room for cops to hide. Hit 135mph my last time on 89.
Just got back from the Catskills in upstate NY. Rte. 214 by Phoenecia and Hunter Mountain. Nice twists and turns, up and down hill, single lane in each direction. The most I could do was 65mph, because you gotta watch for cops, bears, and deer. But it's a great ride with a couple of sections where you can get some airtime
The shore road between York Beach and Ogunquit in Maine is like a roller coaster, but tight. I had the idea of closing the road and running something like time trials, ala Pikes Peak. You pay a fee which could be donated to charity. Too much liabilty though, I'll have to just do it the free way! Rt. 89 in Ct. is a nice ride especially between 84 and 44. Nice varied terrain, straights, sweepers, scenery etc, and the road is in good condition and the shoulders wide. You can easily see other cars, deer kids cops etc.
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