Any interest in a group ride down to Toas for SW-FOG this year?
Here's the route I was planning (<-- that's a clicky linky thingy)
Meet at the Shell/Circle K gas station at I-25 and Garden of the Gods (on the east side of I-25) at 9am on September
Continue on through the San Isabel National Forest, back to Rye, and unfortunately, slab it all the way down to Raton, NM and have a late-ish lunch, somewhere around 1pm. After lunch, there is approximately 40 miles of the most boring road you have ever seen, and it's called US-64. All the way from Raton to Cimarron, is flat, straight, and boring. You might see some of Ted Turner's Bison herd though. The good news is after Cimarron is the Cimarron Canyon. O to the MG! AWESOME twisties!!! Go around beautiful Eagle Nest, and finally some last bits of decent roads before we drop into Toas. Just watch out for Beemer Don and that poor sheep of his once at the Kachina lodge. If that room's a rockin', don't go a knockin'!!
Who wants some companionship down to the Enchanted area of Taos (figured I'd spell it correctly for those out of the know)!
Update: Turns out the Phillips 66 that used to be on the west side of I-25 (toward the mountains) is now a Shell. That means there are two Shell stations on either side of I-25! The one I am referring to is 435 GARDEN OF THE GODS RD COLORADO SPRINGS CO 80907-4217. It's on the EAST side of I-25 (away from the mountains).