Here's the place to do it!
Let's make it an easy to follow format, shall we? Map it out using an internet map (I'm lazy, so I used Google). Make sure it avoids highways, warn of any tolls or potential pitfalls (seriously, if it literally has pitfalls, warn us!). Then a brief description of the ride.
If possible, I'd like to keep this one as tangent free as possible. If you think it's a good idea, post a route! If you think it's a bad idea, ignore it. Anything else to say? Find the <a href="http://www.modernbuddy.com/forum/viewto ... rosas">Cat thread</a> or something like that and post away. Alternately, you can post other thoughts to the <a href="http://www.modernbuddy.com/forum/topic1 ... ml">Scenic Route Resources Thread</a>. You'll notice how all three are linked together, so ideally, no bumping should be needed. How's that for tidy?
Need help finding a route and one's not posted here yet? Head over to the <a href="http://www.modernbuddy.com/forum/viewto ... 02">FAQ</a>.
Here's an example. Starts at a coffee shop, goes down to the Jamestown Ferry (free ferry leaves on the half hour), takes you up to a really nice hole in the wall BBQ joint and ends back at the coffee shop. Rolling hills, tree canopy, 35+ MPH, and a generous dotting of historic and/or tourist trap places.
Using Googlemaps, I entered several way points, avoided highways then clicked the "Get Directions" link. Once that was displayed, On the header bar where you print out the directions, there's a tab titled "Link". Select the first option "Paste link in email or IM" and copy it to your post. Clean it up using the below format.
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Where HTTP is replaced with the link you copied from GMaps - keep the quotes - and TEXT is replaced with your route's title.
So... Share away!