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Mine goes looking for rain... its really annoying. Maybe I need to train it better.
 

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I actually live in the wrong end of Kentucky for those roads, I go to Tennessee to find them, this is Tennessee 232 In Stewart County.
 

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I agree w/ yak50. Here in the Houston, TX area, seems like I have to ride at least an hour before I see a sign indicating twisties ahead. Even then, it's hard to find a stretch of twisties that lastseven a few miles - quite often it seems like only two or three turns.:(
I'm looking forward to riding the Three Sisters in the Texas Hill country later this year.
 

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You should come to the Utah Rockies. Serious twists start just half mile from where I live.

Drawback: 6 months of snow every year. :icon_puke_l:


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I live in the wrong part of NC for good roads. It's 2 hours of slab to find anything decent around here.
 

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What does that sign mean? I have never encountered a sign like that.
There are tons of twistie roads near you! Look up 191...about 90 miles of twisties between Alpine,AZ and Morenci,AZ. Also got 180 that runs beside it in the NM side. You have Mt. Lemon in Tucson, SRC, TTF, 89A, etc.
 

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What does that sign mean? I have never encountered a sign like that.
So you have an awesome bike and never seen one of those signs? I feel honestly and deeply sorry for you :p
 

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To get a bit more cosmopolitan, in Spain (and pretty much all of Europe) these signs look like this:


One more (rather old) example from France:


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