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This is a discussion on PA: Rushland Road within the Fun Drives forums, part of the Regional Discussion category; This is the connection between Almshouse and Bucks County Community College. Its a long stretch and losts of bends and ...

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    PA: Rushland Road

    This is the connection between Almshouse and Bucks County Community College. Its a long stretch and losts of bends and hills, very curvey. I went to BCCC for like a semester and this is the road I took everyday. Unfortunately this was before I had the WRX. But now I drive it for fun sometimes(only a few minutes from Warrington, plus I work in Richboro.
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    Rushland road rocks!

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    I go to BCCC as of right now, im transfering to ESU in the fall, small world.

    If you go over to Washinton Crossing theres a bunch of back roads that are fun to drive on. Woodhill, Slack and Pineville are just a few. Also if you take 313 up past Dublin andmake a left onto 113 you can fly there. I got my STi up to 140 on there. Theres also a bunch of tight turns and even a few places you canget air off of if you're going fast enough.

    On another note, does anyone know of any Dirt roads or rally tracks in the Bucks county area?

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    I don't know of any, kinda lame grounds around here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillip A. Bong View Post
    I go to BCCC as of right now, im transfering to ESU in the fall, small world.

    If you go over to Washinton Crossing theres a bunch of back roads that are fun to drive on. Woodhill, Slack and Pineville are just a few. Also if you take 313 up past Dublin andmake a left onto 113 you can fly there. I got my STi up to 140 on there. Theres also a bunch of tight turns and even a few places you canget air off of if you're going fast enough.

    On another note, does anyone know of any Dirt roads or rally tracks in the Bucks county area?
    Bucks is all paved up, I can't think of any unpaved roads anymore. ESU is a fun drive if you rip up 611. Fun town, lived there for a year. There is a state forest a little north of Stroudsburg and a road that goes straight through it. You can go for 20 mins and not see any other cars or pass any houses

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    I love rushland road! I have been driving it for 7yrs now. Great turns. The road from BCCC is swamp road, it veres to the right, while you stay left to get onto rushland.
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    what sucks is that they actually toned the speed limit down to 40 now...used to be 55...oh well
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    my fondest memory on that road is: When My GS-R flipped 100,000mi While I was....... Let's say climbing a green tree, to the top. <insert munchies here>



    Speed limits, who actually listens to thoses
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    haha, understood. we gotta get something going up here in the summer.
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    We most certianly have to get a group of people and go take some twisty's, there is a ton of roads that are good around here.
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    ill bump the Bucks County, Philly, surrounding areas thread to hopefully entice some people.
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