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  • Nice 2 hours trip from Montreal-Rawdon

    Yesterday, I rode with two friend on a really nice piece of road. We departed from Montreal, followed de 40 east to Repentigny and then we took the 341 to Rawdon. A nice piece of road where you zigzag around the corn fields and deep woods of Lanaudière.

    But boy it was cold! 13 celsius and I wasn't prepared for it.

    Anyway, I'll ride there again for sure, a lot of corners and fairly good asphalt.

    That's our bikes @Restaurant Kenny

    A google streetview of one section of the 341
    Last edited by nfs_riffle; 09-15-2014, 01:40 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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    Alot of nice twisties roads in our province as long as the asphalt is nice and no damn

    orange cones!
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    • #3
      Originally posted by griffon412 View Post
      Alot of nice twisties roads in our province as long as the asphalt is nice and no damn

      orange cones!
      I know, road construction is bad during summer. Where do you live Griffon412?
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      • #4
        Looks like pretty country
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        1992 Katana 1100
        2006 Ninja 250

        2006 Katana 600 RIP - 130k miles

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        • #5
          Looks beautiful. Also makes me ask this. Do those deer whistles really work?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by rschlegel View Post
            Looks beautiful. Also makes me ask this. Do those deer whistles really work?
            Actually never tried those as I rarelly see any Deer on the road, I'm asking myself the same question.

            I remember driving in Yukon and being stopped by a pack of Bison. Those creatures are HUGE. I would install a bison whistle for sure...
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            • #7
              A little village between Sorel and Drummondville called St.gerard-majella.
              76 rd400c
              81 gs400e
              84 nighthawk 750
              98 katana 750

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              • #8
                Never been there, ca a l'air sympathique!
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                • #9
                  Thanks but where you ride on the north shore of st.lawrence like the lanaudiere or

                  the laurentians the roads are more interesting for sports bikes. Here on the south shore

                  its more for cruiser types . More often i ride in the eastern townships or Vt.,N.H or Maine

                  they have nice twisties there!
                  76 rd400c
                  81 gs400e
                  84 nighthawk 750
                  98 katana 750

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                  • #10
                    Yeah for sure, I drove my car from Sherbrooke to Bar Harbor, Maine and those roads where awesome, I got to go back with the Katana. And south of the border, the asphalt is SMOOTH!
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by rschlegel View Post
                      Looks beautiful. Also makes me ask this. Do those deer whistles really work?
                      No they don't. It's a myth
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