Very Nice I am Soo jealous.......something I always wanted to do just jump on the bike and ride........But everyone I know is tooo damn scarrrrrrred.......lol...Brian
"The world will little note, nor long remember what we say here, but it can never forget what they did here. It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced."..(Abraham Lincoln)....Dont forget those on and after 9-11</p>
HEEHEE, I tell ppl I was flipping off Harley riders as they were coming back from Sturgis. Actually what happ'd was the bag rolled around and rested itself on top of the muzzy can. Fortuneately that was the only serious incident on the whole trip.
As far as the trip itself, if anybody gets the chance to go on a road trip I'd just say DO IT. I had my fears initially, you know the "what if's" but holy crap....it was fun. Especially on this bike, I really have better respect for this machine after looking back at the 1600 miles of tearing up pavement. It's the best way to go as far as I'm concerned, as long as you can get creative with packing your gear...(and check it often).
Hey Mk is that the welcome to Yellowstone sign that sits in West Yellowstone? If it is I spent quite a bit of time there and would love to go back on the 12. The road heading north to Bozeman would be amazing. In about a month it will be mating season for the Elk, man what a beautiful animal, the males get so crazy rounding up the girls that some get hit and killed by the cars traveling through the park <img src=http://www.ezboard.com/intl/aenglish/images/emoticons/mad.gif ALT=">:">
hey guys im a 954 ride. yeah yeah i know one of those Honda riders. i was just curious. i live in charlotte nc. and we don't have AAANNNYYY roads like that here. where were you guys at. i know the one guy asked about Yellowstone, so were you out west. damn good lookin roads. do cops sit round those curves. looks like you could take it at about 100. anyway ill take all the heckling out of love. lol see ya
Muz - yeah man that's the exactly the sign. Just a rock throw at the border or WY.
Psych - well my buddy with the superchicken had about 50% before leaving on the trip, (soft compound). Tell you what give your tires less credit before leaving on trips like those, we were sweatin it on the way through eastern wa...cuz that's what he had left.
thanks guys and yes ive been a member of the 954rr site since i bought mine in march. pretty good info there but this website is just HUGE in comparison. i like all of the tech talk too cause it makes me learn more about my own stuff.