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Being a Ruckus owner I won't be asking where you all suggest riding in open stretches, but are there any cities that you guys strongly suggest I try riding in? I'm trying to plan my summer vacation with the family and I usually rent a truck and throw the bike in the back for wherever we go. I'd rather choose somewhere fun that I can ride around and enjoy and explore.

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Ever tried Boston? The cow trails can be fun... As long as you don't mind circles and roundabouts lol

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A little far to go to but if you are ever in HK/China you can try Shenzhen. Be careful though it is SEZ "special economic zone" and the police get mad / upset if they catch you. sammy
 

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Don't think I'm going that far Sammy but thanks :) I was thinking more East Coast if that helps.
 

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How about Detroit, you can ride near ford and Chrysler hq. Lots of open roads there! I'll post some maps when I get back to a pc.

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back at a computer for a few minutes

detroit in this area:
detroit ford rd - Google Maps

it's more of a suburb but Ford rd is wide, nice and there's not usually a lot of traffic. lots of places for you to play on your bike.

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Lincoln maybe? We are home to the longest avenue in the USA. "O Street".

As for curves and such, Spokane, WA. Beautiful to look at too.

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Chicago was an awesome place to ride. Dfw kinda sucks. Too hot or too cold and all straight roads. No curves


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Yeah, cities are no fun to ride in... you have to get out into the winderness!

I live in Ontario, so roads are crappy (by crappy I mean pin straight). There are a few good ones though.

507 through Haliburton
River Rd just outside Creemore
141 through Muskoka - Perry Sound

and just about all of the Smokey Mountains in the U.S... :)

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Count 3 for Hawaii.

It's NERF, or nuthin....
 

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Austin, TX. Very bike friendly. Lots of great roads surrounding the city (Texas Hill Country).
 
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