YES YES YES YES
I kept saying out loud as I took this stretch at full throttle.
Super twisty, with 180 degree turns, like a switchback.
Up and down waviness galore, I was fearing the car would fly.
Best of all, no cops... cause it's not a main road!
And it's 10 minutes away from another great drive in which you can just go full throttle without fear.
This is a roughly 2 mile road, out and back, to a firing range in the middle of the San Gabriels: http://tinyurl.com/yjzawhq
It was an AMAZING drive all together! The second road I mention is Shoemaker Canyon Rd, just to the east (also out and back, so on the way back you know there's nobody hiding behind a rock with a radar).
My loop was: San Gabriel Canyon Rd (rt 39) to East fork Rd, to Glendora Mountain road, to Glendora Ridge Road, to Mt Baldy Road.
Crossed two cops on my drive, but I was lucky and one was going the other way, and the other had stopped to tricked out old civics
Saw a few convertibles on Glendora Ridge Road, including an Elise. Warned the guy about the cops down the road.
If you live anywhere near, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this drive, BUT know that:
San Gabriel Canyon Road is trafficky... not a lot of cars but no passing allowed and everyone goes 10 mhp below the speed limit. Still a nice drive.
Glendora Ridge Road is a two-way road, but there's no dividing line and it's TIGHT, so drive CAREFULLY. If you can't see behind a curve, don't overdo it.
Mt Baldy Rd is also trafficky but it's short. There's two mini-tunnels in which you can hear the beautiful sound of your engine.
The best sections were (in order): Firing range road, Shoemaker Canyon road, Glendora Mountain Road (just AMAZING).
I'm still pumped. After coming back I washed the car as a "thank you"