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    F-Loop update

    The F-Loop is going to be useless for a while. There are signs on 421 that it is going to be closed starting April 17th. They also repaved sections of 227 with some cheap shit asphalt that is crumbling and like riding on gravel. Other than that, it was good to get out.

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    I loop was packed today as well. 4 or 5 large groups of sportbikes and lots of cruisers.

    I'm not slow just conservative.

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    F loop 421 will be a short closure for more bridge work. There will be away around it, likely on very entertaining roads.
    I'll go check it out once they start, and post a detour.

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    So Lebanon road to 12 to 421. Good run. Roads are only about 1 1/2 lane with no center line, and blind corners are not marked, so you need to go a little slower, but they are not heavy traffic, and can give you a good roller coaster effect.

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    I went on a ride about a year and half ago give or take (small group ride), and it was some version of the F-loop. There was a covered bridge that we stopped at and I would like to get there again. Without getting too specific, we stopped at the usual stopping spots. The mcdonalds and then the BP, but somewhere in between we stopped at a small wooden covered bridge. Is there anyone on here that knows the way I am talking about. If so can you PM me the directions. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McLovin' View Post
    I went on a ride about a year and half ago give or take (small group ride), and it was some version of the F-loop. There was a covered bridge that we stopped at and I would like to get there again. Without getting too specific, we stopped at the usual stopping spots. The mcdonalds and then the BP, but somewhere in between we stopped at a small wooden covered bridge. Is there anyone on here that knows the way I am talking about. If so can you PM me the directions. Thanks.
    Here are some covered bridges, and route connecting them (thanks to Mars).

    https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/vi...-84.075805&z=9
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