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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-10-2015, 09:06 PM Thread Starter
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Good twisties in quebec or ontario

So the 2015 season is coming close and I'm trying to plan some rides with some buddies but am looking for some good twisty roads that people know of since here a lot of our roads are kinda shitty and get work done , thanks for any help guys


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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-11-2015, 08:38 AM
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This list below has some twisty roads:
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Ride Motorcycle Roads in Quebec, Canada at MotoWhere.com
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lol,

that's why we go down to the USA most weekends man! Killer roads with no potholes! Just don't forget your passport :P

The 364 is nice from St. Sauveur all the way to the 327 (they repaved it) but then the 327 above there is just alright. Plus, it isn't long enough anymore!

Cabot trail towards Qc city too, but that isn't just a day ride, you'd need to do a road trip.
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Lol well the USA ride was great but I know nothing of their roads so I'd have to tag along with yall for some states roads haha ,


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yeah, not sure how often I will be riding on weekends this summer, since I am back at school part-time for MBA and still working full time, but i'll let you know when we do go!
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Shitty but yes I'm down that was a lot of fun in Vermont, im actually looking at going to some of the bigger events in states maybe like bike week in myrtle beach
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