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Central, Route 89A. Scenic and twisty, medium traffic density, satisfactory road condition. This road starts close to the Prescott area and winds its way over to Sedona over Mingus Mountain. It is both twisty and senic due to the mountians and view of Sedona. The only problem is the slow grannies that will eventually pull over or you can pass over the solid yellow line. Give it a try and have fun!

Northwestern, Route 66. Both scenic and twisty, low traffic density, satisfactory road condition. Arizona has preserved and restored original sections of Route 66. Start off Interstate 40, on the first exit after crossing the Colorado River (well marked, as historic route 66). The road climbs a twisty path up to deserted mining operations and the old western town of Oatman. The turns are tight with enough open straights to build up hypervelocity; watch for loose gravel. The road eventually rejoins I-40 past the town of Seligman. This section of 66 combines history and a fun and challenging road.

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