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Someone, please answer this question. Why would driving a car get someone to Road America more quickly than riding a bike? For me, the distance is app. 208 miles. That would mean one stop for fuel. Other than that, I can't conceive that driving would be quicker than riding. So, what am I missing? Is bad weather anticipated? Do the police focus on speeding bikes while letting four wheeled vehicles speed away?
 

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Paul Vincent said:
Someone, please answer this question. Why would driving a car get someone to Road America more quickly than riding a bike? For me, the distance is app. 208 miles. That would mean one stop for fuel. Other than that, I can't conceive that driving would be quicker than riding. So, what am I missing? Is bad weather anticipated? Do the police focus on speeding bikes while letting four wheeled vehicles speed away?
I think because you'd probably want to take a different route than taking the Interstate if you're riding up. That's probably what Michael meant, at least. Right?
 
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