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Old 02-25-08, 12:05 PM   #1
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Routing help from Houston to Bellvile

This coming Suturday I want to meet my parents up in Bellvile. I ride up to George Bush Park from the Montrose area all the time and 529 and Barker Cypress so getting out that point is no problem. But I am pretty much at a loss for good roads at that point. So I thought maybe you guys might have some seggetions from one of those points. Any info about convient stores also would or should I bring my camelbak and water bottles.

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Old 02-28-08, 10:03 AM   #2
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I'm not sure if this helps since I'm not sure how well 36 is going to work, but I was looking for a century route to ride and found one that included Terry Hershey and G. Bush as part of the route. Link:

I was thinking that if in San Felipe you were to turn right off 1458 onto Park Road 38 (first intersection after bridge) follow it around to Peach St. then turn right at Peters San Felipe Road you could follow that to 36 take a right and on up to Bellville.

I haven't followed that route though, I don't know what the state of construction is on that route (I learned yesterday that the M.U.P. in Terry Hershey was closed at Beltway 8) or if 36 is even ridable at all (satellite photo is pretty fuzzy).
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