This years goal is to post much more often.
My problem I think was that I was trying really hard to keep it all motorcycle related, which sometimes limited posting.
So readers and riders, you may find a bit of randomness from time to time.
Other goals.... make more time for fitness and drop a 3 or 4 Stones..
Yeah, I said it Stones.. and no, I don't mean Taylor, Wood, or Stewart.
I think that is about it for goals... I am one of those people who always asks.....Where does that road go... So, I go and find out. Sometimes to my own peril, but what the hell...This Merry-Go-Round only goes round once.
Onwards and upwards... we had a polar bear/New Years day ride.
What polar bear ride would be complete without out a polar bear...
It was a glorious day for a ride... The air was crisp...(26*f). The sun was shining.. I was the first one to the usually coffee shop. The sun beamed through the door and I noticed the little bit of steam wafting out of the cup and tried to catch it with the camera.
Soon the rest of the riders (fools who haven't got a lick of sense to get out of the cold) arrived. After a bit of conversation, and a recount of Troubadour's Polar bear ride fail.
We saddled up and were on our way.
The roads were in mostly fair shape.. I little difficult to tell the difference between what was damp, and what was frozen in the shade. I was riding.. and that was all that mattered. Here is a little slide show I put together with the GoPro.. I may do this more often. Set it too take photos every 5 sec. and just let it run..
Ironically, from the time I turned it on until I got home, it took exactly 955 photos. Which is one for every cc of my Tiger, and that is special.
The Polar Bear.