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"blahwas" my new friend from Germany. Last Friday about an 1.5 hrs from my home in Sacramento Calif. Note the switch backs in the back ground. About 1.5 cars width wide, and no room for error. Can't be on a bucket list though cause I've ridden it many times. There are many to-do world class rides in California. And the best part is not having to rent or transport a bike and equipment to some far away place.
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There are so many wonderful places in the world!!
I rode a couple of the roads of that list: Stelvio Pass and San Bernardino Pass.
But in Dolomiti Mountains we have a lot of very funny roads (Sella Pass, Pordoi Pass and so forth..); in Tuscany there is a great road that ends in the Muraglione Pass; other funny roads are around Etna Volcano.
In USA I rode nice roads in Yosemite Park and US1 between SF and LA.

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There are so many wonderful places in the world!!
I rode a couple of the roads of that list: Stelvio Pass and San Bernardino Pass.
But in Dolomiti Mountains we have a lot of very funny roads (Sella Pass, Pordoi Pass and so forth..); in Tuscany there is a great road that ends in the Muraglione Pass; other funny roads are around Etna Volcano.
In USA I rode nice roads in Yosemite Park and US1 between SF and LA.

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Hi Duffyduck,
you are lucky to live among such great roads.

And now for an English lesson as you have requested.

Where you say you have 'funny' roads, the correct word is 'fun'.
Funny is used to mean humorous - as a clown in a circus is funny or a joke is funny.
The word you need here is fun, which is used to say something is enjoyable - as in, 'I had fun riding that road' or 'that is a fun road'.

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Those are well known roads. Right now on my bucket list is to ride every road in my rural county. When the name of the road has "Hollow" and "Ridge" in it you know it is going to be fun ride.

BTW: I have ridded 5 of the roads on that list.
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Hi Duffyduck,
you are lucky to live among such great roads.

And now for an English lesson as you have requested.

Where you say you have 'funny' roads, the correct word is 'fun'.
Funny is used to mean humorous - as a clown in a circus is funny or a joke is funny.
The word you need here is fun, which is used to say something is enjoyable - as in, 'I had fun riding that road' or 'that is a fun road'.
Thanks! This is exactly what I need

Nobody thinks that something is so easy like who is totally unable to do it.

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