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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old May 12th, 2009, 9:46 pm Thread Starter
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Twisties in SE Ohio/WVa?

I'm going to NE Ohio to visit my parents and will be trailering my bike down then riding toward SE Ohio and WVa for three days or so.

Any suggestions on roads to ride out of the Canton area and headed south? I need to make it to Columbus on the way back.

Thanks for any tips. If I find anything I'll post it.
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Found this. Looks like there's one for most states.

http://www.motorcycleroads.us/states/oh.html
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Twisties in SE, Ohio

We just did SE Ohio last weekend. Some great roads in that part of the state. Must rides are Rt 555 north from Rt 7, Rt 377, Rt 669, Rt 26 north out of Marietta, Rt 78, Rt 255, Rt 148. You can fold these into some nice loops.

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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old May 13th, 2009, 7:18 am
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Virtually ANY road in the area bordered by I-77 on the west and I-70 on the north will be a perfect day ( or two ) of riding. Also, like Dan said,
SR 555 and surrounding areas are very good.

Rt. 26 out of Marietta is NOT to be missed. If you're gonna dip into
W.Va, Rte. 16 is always entertaining.

Watch your speed in the small towns.

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10-4 on watching the speed in small towns. In some of those I'll bet the highlight of the day would be to ticket some out of stater on a yerapean bike.
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