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I will be headed there on sunday, for about 8-10 days. I am bringing the tw200 with me, and I was wondering where the good places are to ride in that area.
 

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Anything off of Oak Creek Canyon on the way down to Sedona is fantastic! If you have never spent time in Sedona you should do that as well. I don't know where you are from, so I'm not sure where you have already been!



Have a good trip.
 

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Anything off of Oak Creek Canyon on the way down to Sedona is fantastic! If you have never spent time in Sedona you should do that as well. I don't know where you are from, so I'm not sure where you have already been!



Have a good trip.




You don't know where I'm from?? Hmm, I was under the impression that everybody here knows.



Maybe someone could help him out with that?



Anyways, I'll be sure to check out sedona and the canyon. Thanks.
 

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You don't know where I'm from?? Hmm, I was under the impression that everybody here knows.



Maybe someone could help him out with that?



Anyways, I'll be sure to check out sedona and the canyon. Thanks.




Oh well, I was looking at Surly357's reply when I checked. Been a long day. Enjoy the Canyon and Sedona, that is some great country down there.
 

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I don't know it near as well as I would like to. We ride down every year and spend a couple weeks touring the four corners area. No - we don't do it on TW's although we have done some exploring where the TW's would have been much more appropriate!

 

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Flagstaff is surrounded by national forest. Stop in the Peaks ranger station and check out the forest maps. Northern Arizona is full of magic; you just have to know where to look.
 
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