Central Appalachia Ride

The end of the summer is a great time to get out and ride. For the last few years I have taken a week in September to just hit the road in search of whatever is out there and this year was no different. Last week I headed out across PA and then cut down into Ohio, West Virginia, and Kentucky in search of twisty two lane blacktop and found plenty of it out there. Here are a few pics from that trip.

Directions.

Surveying the damage from my first time laying down the cycle. Panic stop for kamikaze dog. Dog and I are fine though the 599 has a few new scars.

Fresh pavement.

Tunney Hunsaker Bridge, WV

Mountain passes kick ass.

The road less traveled.

The full collection of color photos can be found here.

4 responses to “Central Appalachia Ride”

  1. admin says:

    pics look real good man.
    bummer about the crash.
    agreed about the mountain passes.
    -ed

  2. Jeremy says:

    Looks like an awesome trip. There are so many great roads out that to just lose yourself on.

  3. mick says:

    rad post tom.

    one time a cat ran in front of me when on a fixed gear. couldn’t stop, ran it full over, then flipped over the bars.

    got mangled. cat was fine.

  4. Wanyo B. says:

    Mountain passes pic is awesome!!

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