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Old 07-08-2006, 02:09 PM   #1
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If you are ever around Austin, Texas you should take a drive out to Lime Creek Rd. I went and took a drive yester day with a friend and it is so fun, so curvy, no cops... Its was the most fun i have ever had driving a car. The road is like 90% Perfect. The views are almost worth it by them selfs. Im telling you if your ever in texas take a drive to Lime Creek Rd.
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Ooooo..

Nice.
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Old 07-08-2006, 02:52 PM   #3
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Limecreek road is oldchool. The DFW Outlaws used to go down for Austin runs a couple times a year. There's a guy named Jack who goes by the handle Eintier that can run that road faster than you can imagine. I rode with him once from the beginning to the lime rock field at the end, and it took the others in the run group a couple of minutes to catch up. If only that road was in my backyard.
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Old 07-08-2006, 03:58 PM   #4
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Yeah that would be nice.
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Old 07-08-2006, 04:31 PM   #5
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Yea I love that road, but I have seen Travis Co. on the road before toward the Cedar Park side. Also, alot of traffic on the weekends, sometimes.

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I've not been through there yet. I mainly go up 281 to Blanco and play around there. I've heard that Lime Creek was pretty challenging...a couple of the Tejas Miata folks have lost control around there. I don't know if they were the "wine and cheese" folks or decent drivers.
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The only two things I was worried about were the people in their huge *** SUV coming into my lane. The other thing I kept looking for was gravel on the road because of all the rock driveways. I just went thro it once kind of quick and found the problem spots and came back the other way. I went on a Friday at about 4 pm an only saw 12 cars or so. Thos guys might have hit some gravel and spun.
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Quite a few motorcycles and general enthuisiasts on texasracingscene.com has lost on there as well.

Spicewood Springs in between McNeil and 360 is alot of fun.

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Old 07-16-2006, 01:25 AM   #9
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Went back down lime creek rd. and almost lost it this time. It was thanks to a big *** truck with a boat. But thats what i ge tfor going on a Sat. But still didnt see any cops. Not one.
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Lime Creek is one of the best in Texas, especially if you start from FM2222 by Mopac. Also, try 1826 too.
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i might be cruising through texas in a few months. ill be moving to georgia but ill be stopping in texas so maybe ill go drive those roads if they arent to out of the way.....
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