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i just moved to warner robins and i am looking for some decent roads to ride. would someone from this area point me in the right direction? the traffic here in town is just too much for this country boy...
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Re: central georgia routes

After doing some digging I came across the link below...just in case there are a few Georgia riders out there.

http://www.dot.state.ga.us/dot/plan-...ps/index.shtml

by the way, if anyone from the warner robins area wouldn't mind training with a newbie let me know.
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Originally Posted by krieger
After doing some digging I came across the link below...just in case there are a few Georgia riders out there.

http://www.dot.state.ga.us/dot/plan-...ps/index.shtml

by the way, if anyone from the warner robins area wouldn't mind training with a newbie let me know.
Have you found any good routes at Warner Robins?. I will be attending class at Robins AFB on May 2005 (two weeks) and I am planning on bringing my roadie. Any suggestions will be appreciated.
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Re: central georgia routes

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Originally Posted by Induray
Have you found any good routes at Warner Robins?. I will be attending class at Robins AFB on May 2005 (two weeks) and I am planning on bringing my roadie. Any suggestions will be appreciated.


Hope this helps..

http://www.georgiabikes.org/DesktopD....aspx?tabid=60
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Re: central georgia routes

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Originally Posted by krieger
i just moved to warner robins and i am looking for some decent roads to ride. would someone from this area point me in the right direction? the traffic here in town is just too much for this country boy...
Krieger, I don't know if you're still in the forum, but I thought of adding a comment about Warner Robins cycling. I just got back fm two weeks stay at WR AFB. I met an excellent group of local riders that were hosted by the "Bike Store" Shop owned by Bill on Watson Blvd. They ride the hilly roads around the outskirts of Houston and Perry counties on Tuesday, Thursdays and Sundays. I had so much fun and was ultimately challenged by the fast tempo and of course "all the hills". Tuesdays ride was fast and furious. Attack would happen on the long hills, leaving me gasping for air. But most of the group stuck together, and Bill kept an eye on the stragglers. It was a great experience for me.
I hope they send me back there again.

fm a Floridian Flatlander
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