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So I have nine days til my 40th birthday and my first road trip on my bike. GULP! I'm a little scared but excitement is pushing it's way through. We are riding our bikes to the MotoGP at Indianaoplis. We have gone every year since they came back (2008). This is the big year since Indy used to be the week after my birthday. This year it's the week of my birthday. YAY!
Never been on a road trip on a bike. My husband has but as my mom is want to point out it was years ago and he was
Updated 08-08-2012 at 05:46 PM by James
One thing I've been curious about are the times we chose not to ride. We can talk a good game... "I ride rain or shine!" "I don't care how cold it gets! As long as the roads are clear I ride!" But when do you make the choice not to ride?
As much as I enjoy going to a bar and riding my bike there I usually don't do it. One of my personal rules is that if I have anything to drink I'm not throwing a leg over my bike. Another time I make the choice not to ride is when I've not had enough
This is what the roads look like after a full 24 hours of traffic. The sand/gravel mix is laid down in a straight path for a good 5 miles or so and is usually about 1/2 an inch deep when first laid. Width 6 inches to a foot.
Evening all! For my first foray into blogging I wanted to talk about road conditions. Not just the everyday stuff you may encounter like debris in the road or manhole covers etc but actual issues that are purposely put down by the road commision. The road that I live on is nothing but filled and refilled holes. There are so many that you can no longer pick a clean line thru on the motorcycle. Every year these holes get worse and all the county does is fill them up with asphalt. And that isn't