Flat states in "mountain" spot

Discussion in 'Mountain' started by dlingle61, Jun 4, 2010.

  1. dlingle61

    dlingle61 Member

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    How is it they have several flat states in the mountain section? Guess some people havent ever made it west of the mississippi river. D-d
     
  2. Dr. Dolittle

    Dr. Dolittle Experienced Member Staff Member Moderator Contributor

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    It's the Mountain Region. Doesn't have to be a state with mountains to be part of that region. Maybe you just have to be able to see the mountains on a clear day from that state! :p
     
  3. Jack Klarich

    Jack Klarich Expert Member

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    Like Wyoming:D
     
  4. ekw13Fatboy

    ekw13Fatboy Active Member

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    Wyoming, I can see that state in Mountain, Yellow Stone, Grand Tetons in the northwest part of the state. Now Nebraska and Kansas. The highest elevations in some parts of those states is the build ups on the interstates for the overpassses.
     
  5. dlingle61

    dlingle61 Member

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    Ya thats what I am getting at. Ever road I80? Wish I would of had a cruise on the old bike.
     
  6. ekw13Fatboy

    ekw13Fatboy Active Member

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    Haven't been on I80, but I70 was the route we used returning from the Colorado Rockies to NC. I have a throttle lock for the deuce that helps.
     
  7. Kansasjase

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    Well that applies to part of Kansas, but not the part I'm in. You can see a couple of moderate hills from here... does that count?