Been jonesing for some BRP action and the weather hasn't cooperated much in the few months. Was planning on going out yesterday, but I didn't, but I got up early today and pulled the beast out and fired 'er up. A few weeks ago, I hit a geocaching website and found a few around my area. I tried to go find one a few weeks ago while working (what a better way to get out into the boondocks and check stuff out ), but I was going to need rappelling gear and it was all of about 20 degrees outside. Today, I went to find another location that was marked on the website. Only about 15 miles from the house, well actually more like 6, but since I was on the bike, I wanted to take the scenic route. Found the location pretty easy, although I definitely wouldn't want to try a retrieval once that dastardly Mr. No Shoulders awakens here in a few weeks. Logged myself down and ended up going over to the county line and ride around a little bit, then came home 27 miles into the journey. Still trying to get a handle on the gas mileage issue on the bike. Fun things I have learned from this ride. I knew my bike computer's speedo was slightly off, so I was relying on GPS speed. I was on semi-smooth dirt roads, I cruised for awhile at 75 until I hit a freaking crosswind vortex. Did a twist the throttle and ran 'er up to about 85 for a few feet. Maybe I'll sit down and figure out mileage to the other geocache sites listed and see if I can do them on the bike. I already know that going straight all the way down and back will be pushing the limits of the stocker gas tank.