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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by 4xcrazy, Mar 23, 2007.
Dam.....serious scrapping going on there....I was waiting for them to lose it.
That is with out a doubt the last 26 miles of Hwy 1 in N California. I have driven that road more times than I can count. I have seen pieces and parts of motorcycles up and down that stretch of road since I was a kid.
makes me want to put street tires on my cr500 and go as fast as i can threw that.
i know there is a place in tennessee or north carolina also that has alot of turns in little distance.
That's impressive riding for that size motorcycle.
Where's the gravel on the road when you need it.
No doubt, that is impressive! Goldwings are tanks.
What a fantastic riding road, and some serious scratching! That takes some skill/balls to throw a cruiser around like that!
Wow, that was impressive. Yeah, that's some guts, skill too, to slosh a 1000 lb bike around like that.
Was that video a loop, though? I thought I saw a few things twice in it.
The Blue Ridge parkway is like that....a lot of switchbacks. I've ridden it from NC/Virginia line up into Virginia quite a few years ago. It was fun to say the least.
Ya know, I gotta ask myself right now... What am I doing watching a video of that in this gorgeous weather???
I got a good answer....bike won't start...that's the next thing on the list....but it'll probably be snowing again by the time I get to it.
Dang thats nuts. I thought a couple times the camera bike was gonna lose it.
x2 i just cant believe that a goldwing could do that.... Those things are boats
And Metro says:
i wonder if all his change fell out after he scraped a hole in the bottom of his side bags?
My cheeks clenched up at every turn. I am so totally not a rocket rider. That was NutZZZZ.
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