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    Anyone ever ride the Southern part of Canada (mostly alone the US-Canada border) from Montana to Washington State ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by fireplug98 View Post
    Anyone ever ride the Southern part of Canada (mostly alone the US-Canada border) from Montana to Washington State ??

    Tommy J.
    There is some beautiful motorcycle roads all along that whole area, some of the best that Canada has to offer. Take your time and don’t be in a rush....lots of curves, lots of ups and downs. Beautiful country worth your while.

    of course I may be biased

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    Don't forget that passport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARtraveler View Post
    Don't forget that passport.
    and leave your firearms at home.

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    But you can smoke pot LOL
    After you park your machines of course

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    I have been from Frances that's above International Falls USA to Toronto Canada. Beautiful country. Very good roads.

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    When the speed sign sez 90, that isn't 90 mph. The RCMP do not cotton to you doing 90 mph in a 90 kph zone. Don't ask how I know.
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    Been to all the Provinces and Alaska twice. No better riding anywhere. Thats where I first learned to pull to the shoulder and give the lane to a passer. Very polite Bike Riders there. Paved shoulders of course.

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