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    It seems it used to be a logging road that became a paved route.
    It can be very crowded. The bikers love to run it.
    I've even herd that Lance Armstrong did some trainning on it.
    It is a definate forearm workout.
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    wow now I am all wet. and to think I am only a few scant hours away.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuelman
    If you want the ultimate in arm workouts?

    This is the $hit http://tailofthedragon.com/

    Check it out! 318 curves in 11 miles

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    That's a lot of curves!
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    Of course, given its' fame, it's generally crowded and well patrolled.

    " I've even heard that Lance Armstrong did some training on it."

    Pretty doubtful. It's well known that, like all pro bike racers, he wants to avoid traffic during training as much as possible, because of the risk. I think he's been hit. He'd be going faster than traffic on the downhills, too.

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