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Offline mojo1

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Hog Jowl road
« on: September 05, 2016, 08:29:37 PM »
In a curve on Hog Jowl over in Georgia there is some fine sandy gravel in it ( 34.706968, -85.409647 ). Its not noticeable until your on it. Had a serious pucker moment earlier today, Don't really know how I made it through. I was sideways going through. Anyway I thought I would put this out there in case anyone plans on going over in that area anytime soon.
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Offline lk2rd

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Re: Hog Jowl road
« Reply #1 on: July 11, 2017, 05:40:29 PM »
Greg and I were on that road Sunday and that curve is still treacherous.  The way the road slopes with a gravel driveway on the high side, it will always be subject to gravel and sand on that curve.


Offline SpeedyR

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Re: Hog Jowl road
« Reply #2 on: July 11, 2017, 07:24:28 PM »
I used to live in flintstone just up the road. Got my first street bike while I was living up there (NT650 Honda Hawk) and did many a a lap up and down there (Daugherty Gap and over by Nick A Jack road). always gravel in many of those roads mainly after any decent amount of rain.

157 up on top of lookout was like a high speed roller coaster ride at supra legal speeds.