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The Musical Road

Located in Lancaster, California.

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by Mako

submitted September 23rd 2008

38 comments
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That's pretty good. We have a place here in Pa. that they call gravity hill. I can't think of where it's at right now cause my mind still isn't quite right yet but, you can put a ball on the road and it will roll uphill.
9 years ago
post of vid of it, can be your next home flick.
9 years ago
FYI toolman, Frank Zappa lived in Lancaster, CA when he was younger.
9 years ago
shit toolman where in Pa you from bitch! ill drink a beer with your punk ass
9 years ago
For real, toolman, you should post a clip of gravity hill.
9 years ago
he lives near pittsburg
9 years ago
and grav hill is in harrisburg
9 years ago
Yeah, that's like a three and a half hour drive. Hell, I wouldn't mind driving down there some weekend to check it out.
9 years ago
we got a place called the vortex in southern Oregon where shit rolls up hill to.
9 years ago
It wasn't in Harrisburg. It was like in Benton or Bentley. I know it started with a B. I have video of it but It's on disc and I don't know how to transfer it.
9 years ago
I live near there. I've driven on that road.
9 years ago
What'chu know about some crazy otto's? Savy?
9 years ago
the breakfast aint bad.
9 years ago
i live at 60th and L-2 and ive driven that road many times. i call bullshit.
9 years ago
Not sure if this one is or not, but they do exist. Japan has a few also.
9 years ago
i'll bet that, cold, does'nt have the right car. You wheelbase, to suspension width, to and tire size and type will create different road noise whether it is the music here on this road or just typical road noise.
9 years ago
Also vheicle weight and aerodynamics will make a difference. it is a hard concept for the average person to understand.
9 years ago
I agree, I've had noise like that non musical on my work truck but none when driving my car. Palmdale Lancaster sucks ass. Too hot.
9 years ago
even the way the road is paved makes a difference. Around where I live we have mostly asphalt roads and driving my vheicle down to Oregon and Cali where it is not only hotter but, concrete roads.
9 years ago
its when u drive over the ripplestrip on the side of the road. theyre all over australia, although theyre all the same size so only "play" one pitch, i assume different sizes or heights make different pitches. Theyre to make sure you dont stray out of your lane (or fall asleep)
9 years ago
wow. My favorite part is "hard concept for the average person to understand". The folks jumping in to agree and show they're above average is pretty good though.
9 years ago
Yeah, 'cause it wouldn't just depend on speed.
9 years ago
Rumblestripologists^
9 years ago
exowhunu, you really are the epitome of stupid aren't you?
"even the way the road is paved makes a difference" is that so? You run a university or something?
I don't know how you cope with all that brain in just one head.
9 years ago
I couldn't tell if he was joking or just really stupid.
9 years ago
The tone depends on the spacing between the little ridges and how fast the tire is rolling over the fuckers, nothing else.
9 years ago
I drove on it really fast once and it played grindcore.
9 years ago
If you drive backwards over it, you can hear satan speaking to you.
9 years ago
ahh... right by QH high... nice, very nice!
9 years ago
I heard they paved it over already. Im about an hour and a half from Lancaster.
9 years ago
real
9 years ago
thanks
9 years ago
you're welcome
9 years ago
and makes extremely discordant music. still cool.
9 years ago
The Car Hero?
9 years ago
Claude 2 is lame.
9 years ago
i thought that was kinda funny.... but yea, racist claude was better
9 years ago
He has been much friendlier since the reconstructive surgery.
9 years ago
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