Corridor H Expressway (US-48) East. Forman to Wardensville, WV
This video follows the Corridor H Expressway eastbound beginning at Forman and ending at the highway's eastern terminus in Wardensville, WV. This is the eastbound counterpart to the video I shot on October 30, 2010.
WV Rt 33E Seneca Rocks, WV to Franklin, WV (Twisty)
After stopping in Seneca Rocks we went south on 33/28. Eventually 28 breaks
away and it becomes just 33. We took 33 east for a very pleasant surprise.
On the map it looks twisty, but that doesn't do it justice, just as the
video doesn't ever do these roads justice in real life.
WV Rt 33E/55E to Seneca Rocks (Twisty)
This is my first run on WV Rt. 33/55 East to Seneca Rock, WV. I'm trying to
keep vids more consolidated instead of the 15 minute long shows I've been
I hate (and am slow) going downhill. Taking the bike out of 3rd and I feel
like I'm going to die due to brake failure. :P So this definitely isn't a
show of skill. Just another movie to my building archive.
U.S. Route 48 - Part 1 of 2 (Scenic)
This is one beautiful hunk of slab. Typically, slab is only used to get us
from A to B and then we greedily leave off to hit the twisties. While I
won't be adding this to every ride into eastern WV, this for sure won't be
the last I see of this road this year. It's that damned fun and gorgeous to
ride on... Highly recommended for all sorts of riders.
MVA...ROUTE 33 NEAR RACINE OHIO
On the way home from West Virginia yesterday (6/22/12), shortly after I
crossed back into Ohio from Ravenswood, WV on Rt 33 near Racine, OH, I
rolled up on this M.V.A....a pickup truck and 2 semi's. I would guess more
than likely, the pickup truck was in a big hurry to get around the
U.S.Express semi nearing the top of the hill and jumped out to pass it, not
being able to see the flatbed coming around the curve. I run this road
several times a week and have seen ALOT of near misses.
I've even had one asshole jump out to pass me and had to hit the shoulder
on the other side of the road to keep from hitting a minivan head-on AND
NEVER LET UP.... I can still see the look of terror on the face of the
woman driving the minivan....it was on this very same road only a few
miles further up from where I am in this video.
Riding a Burgman 650 on Rawley Pike (US 33) through a particularly curvy
section in the Appalachians.