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Road conditions
« on: 04.09. 2018 15:34 »
Seeing pictures from around the world, one thing I notice is a lack of sand and gravel on the roads.

 I think there are way fewer "clean" corners and roads where I live than ones full of pea gravel. I think its gotten way worse in the last 5 or so years.

 Lee
Central Wisconsin in the U.S.

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Re: Road conditions
« Reply #1 on: 04.09. 2018 20:56 »
G'day Lee.
You obviously ridden around here after a big rain! In general yes our roads down here aren't too bad with high crowns and hard dirt edges, they stay reasonably clean. Just after road works is a bit dicey with excess roadbase lying around.
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Re: Road conditions
« Reply #2 on: 04.09. 2018 23:55 »
Hi guys, arrived in Brisbane for a short stay yesterday. Got bus to Maroochydore when the heavens let loose and washed the roads nicely hope our stay won’t be all wet but at the moment it is raining, hope you got some down your way Musky I think you need it, cheers
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Re: Road conditions
« Reply #3 on: 05.09. 2018 00:54 »
on a side note, Welcome to the Mainland KiwiPom!! ;)