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This is a discussion on IL: any fun drives? within the Fun Drives forums, part of the Regional Discussion category; cops sitting on bluff at night now usually by the bridge...

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    cops sitting on bluff at night now usually by the bridge

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    I drove bluff today comming home after a wrestling tournament, as soon as I got out a cop was comming in.
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    I'll try out that bluff road sometime. My friends and I usually do 94 south to congress to lower wacker. Its a fun run that lasts about 45 mins and once you get past the irving park exit, things start getting more fun.
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    BLUFF ROAD IS FUN ..... used to go there all the time when i lived iin woodridge.. now in villa park , so nothing over here.....

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    just took everyones advice and ran bluff road this weekend, it is pretty nice. Wish there were more roads like that around here.

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    bunker road near batavia, and seavy road neat sugar grove, untill it turns into a gravel road....but if you dont care about your paint its fun as hell to drive on.

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    go past Bloomington / Olivet University on I-57 South, pretty lonesome stretch of highway and usually no police.

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    hey if you guys are into long straights at all....after i did a couple runs down bluff rd i kept going south on lemont past bluff rd and turned right at e illinois st. and followed the curve to the right and then a left at New Ave. Once u reach this beautiful rd its pretty much a one long, smooth stretch that doesnt have any stop signs and lights for a while. Speed limit goes up from 45 and is 50 the whole way. I would have gone as fast as i could but since my license is on probation at the moment i didnt want to risk it. But for the most part i didnt see any cops(it was around 2am). so scope it out for cops and lemme know what kind of speeds u guys get up to.

    if u cant understand my instructions google the following: lockport st and w new ave lemont IL

    that should give ya the intersection where i started and just head west down new avenue

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    ran bluff road recently for the first time.. not once, twice or thrice... 4 times!!!! :P awesome fun albeit a bit short...

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    Are there any places decently close to Schaumburg/Palatine/Lake Zurich? like 10-15 miles at most

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