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  • #59158
    scbmwrider
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    If you are traveling on I26 to the rally here are a couple side roads to help with slab boredom. All directions are written like you are traveling westbound (to the rally) NOTE filling up with gas before entering NC will save you around $.10/gal

    πŸ™‚ PRICEHOUSE RD / a quiet combinations of country roads ending at a good place to gas up /

    EXIT 35 TURN LEFT

    GO .3 MI

    TURN RIGHT ON PRICE HOUSE ROAD

    GO 3.1 MI

    (IF RUNNING IN REVERSE THERE IS A “Y” .8 MI FROM HOBBYVILLE RD TAKE THE LEFT SIDE)

    TURN LEFT ON HOBBYVILLE RD

    GO 3.6 MI

    TURN RIGHT ON US 221

    BACK TO I26 IN 1.1 MI EXIT 28

    GAS STATIONS ETC. AT THIS EXIT

    πŸ™‚ US 176 (MI ARE FROM EXIT 15) / Mostly multy-lane through some old towns. Landrum, Tryon and Saluda have places to eat etc..

    TAKE THE EXIT 15 RAMP TURN RIGHT

    3.5 MI INMAN

    9.9 MI CAMPOBELLO

    14.9 MI LANDRUM (RIGHT 1.9 MI TO I26 EXIT 1)

    19.1 MI TRYON (STAY RIGHT TO I 26 EXIT 36 3.4 MI)

    THE BEST SECTION (fairly twisty section with some passing zones up the Saluda grade)

    23.9 MI LEFT TO PEARSON FALLS

    26.6 MI SALUDA (TURN RIGHT TO I26 EXIT 28 1.2 MI)

    31.9 MI US 25

    YOU ARE ABOUT 25 MILES FROM THE RALLY IF YOU STAY ON US 25

    If you want me to send you the garmin route files let me know.

    #60008
    BERT BRUMFIELD
    Spectator

    Thanks Greg. this sounds like a great ride. \\

    I am not familure with this particular route, but I know that most of the roads in this part of the state are great.

    #60017
    Pillion
    Spectator

    When in Tryon, check out Sidestreet Pizza. Hopefully some good buddies from Texas will be able to make the rally. We have some amazing routes mapped out to introduce them to. πŸ™‚

    #60021
    BERT BRUMFIELD
    Spectator

    Maybe we should have all the i-bmw riders meet in the beer tent at 7:00 Friday. 😎 πŸ˜‰

    #60027

    My wife and I were at the Biltmore in ’04, I-26 is a really nice stretch of road. It was around 8pm on I-26 and the sun was setting just behind the BRM and the clouds were like a river running between the hills πŸ™‚

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