Rode to Brett's on Tuesday. 640 miles of sunshine and smiles.
Got to the Iron Horse on Wednesday after riding about 50 miles through some of the hardest rain I've ever ridden through. That Ninja sure doesn't have the protection that the LT offers.
Thursday, I rode with Doug Hines on his GS. Boy, that guy can ride!
Also rode with Larry and Joey (on his Rocket III). Joey won't be trash talking my Ninja anymore. Call it a hunch.
Friday, DaveDragon and I went out for a "sprited ride". Started out wet, ended wet, with about 170 miles of dry and CRAZY betwixt. More fun than two guys are allowed to have. And all under the posted speeds. Yea . . . RIGHT!!!
Saturday, I rode with Tom Gallo and his wife Karen. Tom showed us some excellent roads...great time. On the way back, I broke the land speed record for the area...then I let Tom ride my Ninja. I'll let him tell you about that experience.
Each night was filled with stories around the campfire. Met new friends...ribbed old ones...you know the deal.
Sunday I headed to T.W.O. with Tom & Karen, and Brett. It was so cool to see a few hundred bikes at one place...and only a few of them were Harleys. What an amazing array of bikes. Every make and model and type. And T.W.O.'s food is second-to-none!
Stayed at Tom's house Sunday night, then headed home Monday. Almost 800 miles in the saddle of a Ninja is a bit much.
I slept like a baby Monday night...in my own bed!
Seven days, and almost 2,500 miles. Not too shabby on a Ninja.