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|09-29-2016 01:40 PM|
Originally Posted by chuck_VTX F View Post
|09-29-2016 09:28 AM|
|Jimbo||Yes sir! Always a good reminder.|
|09-29-2016 08:50 AM|
remember "Wet" leaves are very slippery... especially in shade. and in a turn.
|09-29-2016 08:31 AM|
|Jimbo||Late May, June, and early July (longest days) are my favorite times to ride. Autumn is a close second. The angle of the sunlight, colors, and cool air are hard to beat. I always save a couple of vacation days for spur of the moment fall trips. I love running NY Rt. 30 up through Adirondack National Park, across the top of Lake Champlain, and then down VT, NH Rt. 7 back to the Connecticut River. I always pack the Gerbings jacket liner and gloves. They can feel real good in the early morning. It's a wonderful yet bittersweet time of year. Once it's below freezing, I won't ride. Don't care if you are the world Superbike Champ, if you hit ice, you are going down. I hope everyone (who lives where the riding is seasonal) gets out and enjoys.|
|09-26-2016 10:45 AM|
|rangers4u||We ain't had Indian Summer yet.|
|09-26-2016 01:49 AM|
Did this today in Western Ma. awesome. http://www.customcitycycle.com/fall-run.htm Headed back to Florida this SAT. Too cold up here for a Florida boy.