I've prowled the low country some and there's good area to the north of Charleston. Just run US 17N toward Myrtle and take a left when the mood strikes you. Adventures await on the backroads. Same thing works well to the south of Charlie, down toward Savannah.
Tuck a map in your back pocket and don't bother with it until you're ready to start heading home.
Thanks, I wish I would have checked this a while ago. My wife kicked me out of the house for a baby shower so I ended up going on a ride with no place in mind. I ended up doing loops around Charleston until the sun set. Some duche on a Gixxer tried racing me but I'm not about that, sportbike riders have a bad rap as it is. It's a shame there's no tracks closer than Savannah or Kershaw.
I didn't import it but the story goes (which I'm screwed on) it came from England to Canada, then Canada to Florida, now here in South Carolina. I had a hell of a time trying to get tags for here it because Florida jacked up the VIN number by one letter which indicated the mfg year. Kmph was difficult at first but after being overseas last year it wasn't too hard to figure out.
I was driving on I-26 near Charleston the other day and noticed a new building called American Biker and a big Triumph sign on it. Not sure if they're going to be a dealer or not but that would be awsome. Batesburg is a bit a haul for me.
btw. American Biker is supposed to be a dealer. I'm going to check them out this week and make sure they will be servicing. I need my first service ASAP and would prefer not going all the way to Batesburg.
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