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hey Jerome, is that an old seca 550 in your pix?
Jerome-You are killing me! This ride is so much fun. I was bummed to miss the last one and I am working again Saturday. Let me know if you ever want ride E. San Diego or any other ride on a Sunday. I wont have a Sat. off until October. Have a great ride!!!
Brad/Jerome,I'll be up for a ride either Sunday Sept 5th or Monday the 6th if you guys are around...I'm out this weekend. Post something up or even the same route if you want to get together...Let's talk.DDave
I will leave that to someone else because I don't want to repeat this ride so shortly after.Instead I will most likely plan something different for next Saturday. It will also depend on the temperature forecast.So many fun places to ride, Jerome
Understand Jerome, I'm open to anything really but Saturday the 4th will not work. Are you available for a Sunday or Monday ride that weekend? Just curious.
That looks awesome, its a long shot but if my bike is fixed by monday well see
WHEN: Saturday August 28, at 10:00 am (KSU time, so arrive before)MEET: Mobil at the corner of Main & MacArthur (see map link below)ROUTE: See map belowSKILL LEVEL: Noobie, Intermediate, Expert*187 miles and about 4.5 hour riding (not counting stops).It should be a cool day, following this week's heatwave.Map of the route <-- Click me.Point A: Start and gas station: Mobil at the corner of Main & MacArthur.Point B: Gas station: Chevron on Ortega, on East side of 5 Fwy. 2nd meetup location: Be here before 10:20 am and wait for me.Point C: Hells Kitchen. 10 min stop. 3rd meetup location: Be here before 10:45 am and wait for me. The loop North of fallbrook is done in an anti-clockwise manner. Highlight: De Luz rd.Point D: Gas station: Shell in Fallbrook.Point E: Lunch break: Denny's.Point F (same as point C): Hells Kitchen. 10 min stop.Point G: End: Denny's close to the 5 Fwy and Red Hill. ************* Skill Levels Defined: Noobie -You have been riding your motorcycle for at least 3 months (hopefully more) and have confidence that you can ride around streets without any issues eg. stopping at stop lights, not stalling the bike, not falling over etc, making u-turns, etc. Intermediate - You have been riding for at least 6 months (hopefully more) and feel comfortable enough to handle twisty roads as found in local canyons. You are mature enough to understand going slow is okay and not to try and keep up with riders that are faster than you as it will result in a crash. Expert - You have been riding for years and hopefully been riding with the members going on the ride long enough to know how they ride.
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