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Alright guys so I'm thinking of taking a weekend trip to Biloxi this weekend. ive always done the I-10E stretch from Jacksonville over. I was thinking of running I10 and jumping off at Panama City any cruising the Gulf Coast the rest of the way Anyone have any scenic routes worth taking or advice on places to stop or roads to take.
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Alright guys so I'm thinking of taking a weekend trip to Biloxi this weekend. ive always done the I-10E stretch from Jacksonville over. I was thinking of running I10 and jumping off at Panama City any cruising the Gulf Coast the rest of the way Anyone have any scenic routes worth taking or advice on places to stop or roads to take.
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Its Hwy 90. I was actually thinking about riding to New Orleans this weekend. Not very far from you in Biloxi. Biloxi and Gulf Port are nice. Good thing is if you need to get home quick you can just jump on the interstate and rock and roll home.
 

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Alright guys so I'm thinking of taking a weekend trip to Biloxi this weekend. ive always done the I-10E stretch from Jacksonville over. I was thinking of running I10 and jumping off at Panama City any cruising the Gulf Coast the rest of the way Anyone have any scenic routes worth taking or advice on places to stop or roads to take.
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Take 98 out of Pensacola to Alt 98 north. Stop in Foley on 98 at Lamberts and have a roll thowed at you...good eats there.

Alt 98 will take you through Fairhope and Daphne and then back to 98. Take 98 east along the bay to Mobile and go through the old tunnel and down Government St. Shady street with plenty of very old homes along it. It will eventually take you back to the interstate or Hiway 90...your choice.
 

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I grew up at Keesler AFB and we left after Katrina, Curious to see how its changed. Plus being old enough to gamble now seems like a pretty good excuse to use hahaha
 

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I grew up at Keesler AFB and we left after Katrina, Curious to see how its changed. Plus being old enough to gamble now seems like a pretty good excuse to use hahaha
Beaches look better than ever. Casinos have moved off the water to permanent land locations.
 

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I've taken 98 and the entire coast to San Antonio Texas, nice ride and plenty of good stops. I am leaving Monday for a trip around the country, first stop is in Crawford at a campground. From there I will be camping my way to California via secondary roads, then up the California coast and across hoping to make it to Sturgis by bike week. Across northern states to friends in Michigan, NY, and Mass. Two month ride. Not stealing your thread though. You will enjoy the ride and stay on the coastal roads as they have a lot to see and good stops for food and fun and friendly people.
 

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while there, may i suggest a stop at the chandeleur brewery? they've got some mighty tasty brews on tap :D
 

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I've taken 98 and the entire coast to San Antonio Texas, nice ride and plenty of good stops. I am leaving Monday for a trip around the country, first stop is in Crawford at a campground. From there I will be camping my way to California via secondary roads, then up the California coast and across hoping to make it to Sturgis by bike week. Across northern states to friends in Michigan, NY, and Mass. Two month ride. Not stealing your thread though. You will enjoy the ride and stay on the coastal roads as they have a lot to see and good stops for food and fun and friendly people.[/QUO

So it sounds like a pretty great ride up 98
 
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