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    trip from nevada to New York

    I am planning a trip from Las Vegas, Nv. to New York this Spring. I anticipate going via Denver. Any thoughts or suggestions on the various routes to take? I would like to go through Gettysburg during the trip. Any thoughts will be appreciated. Thank you.

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    Smile Trip East

    If you don't want to Interstste the trip work your way south to US-50 east. It will take you all the way into Virginia to US-15 north right into Gettysburg. We ran most of that on a trip to Colorado Springs. Nice ride but some big cities to deal with.

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    I have taken US 50 and its not that great.
    Get your kicks on route 36.
    http://us36.org/
    Start East of Denver in Byers, CO. Get on US 36 it will take you to Uhrichsville, OH.
    I have crossed the countery 8 times and 3 of then were on US 36 it is the nicest route.

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    N. GA is so great -- spent a week between Cornelia, GA and Waynesville, NC this fall and had a great time riding the twisties. We spent two different days riding the 180/19/60/129 triangle near Suches. Welcome to the MOA -- how great that you have all those roads in your back yard.
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    Welcome!

    I love my R1200C too!

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    Is free MOA membership still offered to female riders?If not,it should be!
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    Well folks, I just had my C painted from black to the Ivory color! I am so happy.
    I was riding down a busy street the other day and a guy in a truck honked and said. "98, right?" I laughed and said yes. He said he had one too. That was kinda cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beemer_Princess View Post
    Well folks, I just had my C painted from black to the Ivory color! I am so happy.
    I was riding down a busy street the other day and a guy in a truck honked and said. "98, right?" I laughed and said yes. He said he had one too. That was kinda cool.
    Sound nice, but we need pictures of the finished product...
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    Quote Originally Posted by are12c View Post
    Welcome!

    I love my R1200C too!
    I think I may have seen you on the road once or twice...

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