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Lots to see in California, though urbanization has overgrown some of the areas I used to ride through. What used to be dairies and farmland are now housing subdivisions, but at least it's easy to find a fast food restaurant for lunch. Nowadays I prefer the central Arizona area, around Flagstaff and going south, toward Sedona and Cottonwood. There are lots of paved or dirt options, just be careful not to be run over by hippies, mystics, or dentists in leather on new Harleys. I like to stay at L'Auberge de Sedona they are bike-friendly, the location is good, and it is nice to enjoy dinner and a beer at the outdoor restaurant next to the river after a day of riding.
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