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    TW200’s conquer the Kancamagus Again!

    My girlfriend and I decided to to another fall ride on the Kancamagus highway again. Here is a writeup with some pictures.

    https://tdubbin.wordpress.com/2016/1...camagus-again/
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    Quote Originally Posted by jb882 View Post
    My girlfriend and I decided to to another fall ride on the Kancamagus highway again. Here is a writeup with some pictures.

    https://tdubbin.wordpress.com/2016/1...camagus-again/
    Very nice JB
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    Looked like a fun ride.
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    Very nice write up.
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    Very nice! Mike
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    Nice write-up, Jim. I'm looking forward to our upcoming ride. Next time you ride the Kank, throw in Bear Notch Road up to Bartlett...all paved, much tighter twistys than the Kank itself.
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    Nice write up.

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    Awesome.

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