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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-20-2011, 09:24 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone live near evergreen colorado??

I am moving there from arizona and just wondering how the roads are going to be suited to my rc51?


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Where is Evergreen? I'm in Colorado Springs.


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Deep NW (from us, I'm in the springs too) in the Rockies. Ive been through a few times. Pretty nice place and during summer the roads up there are endless fun for bikes, they just repaved a lot of them a few years back.
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I am moving there from arizona and just wondering how the roads are going to be suited to my rc51?
I am! And yes, that whole area is fun as balls, just don't get caught up behind any slow pokes. As long as you stay off of main highways there are a lot of back roads and twisties to keep you busy.

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pretty sure i've been up there on my Aprilia. It is a great area, very fun indeed. Be careful of the leftover sand from winter though. Rain showers don't completely wash it away until into the summer.
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Yes, excellent roads

I live in Evergeen, CO and can attest the roads are mostly all paved and well maintained. There are a few neighborhoods hat have stayed gravel and slowly they are becoming fewer and fewer. There are many motorcycle enthusiasts up here. See EvergreenHomes if you are seriously considering a move to Evergreen. I've long represented that Evergreen is one of America's best kept secrets!
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