Did about an 80 mile ride through country roads in northern ct. Awesome time to check out the fall colors. Though I did get rained on during the first leg of the journey.
Thanks and your welcome!A busy few days with the bike this week. Monday I removed the wheels so new tires could be installed. A THANK YOU to HansenCTX for the you tube videos on wheel removal, they are great helpers. Had the tires mounted yesterday, Exedra for the front and a Metzeler 888 for the rear. Today I put the wheels back on, changed the oil and went for a thirty mile test run. Everything is normal. A big difference in cornering but then I did let the old tires wear down further than I should have. All set for a group ride Saturday and feeling much more secure with the new rubber.
It was great to see you Stan! Thanks for making it to every Meetup in the Mountains event!!! If we had a trophy for attendance, you would get it! Always a pleasure riding with you.About 1pm today I parked it in the garage after a 1550 mile round trip to the 2020 Meet Up In The Mountains at Two Wheels of Suches in GA. Left on the 22nd and home today. Not being a camper I toughed it out at a motel in Dahlonge GA. Had a great time and Chris H has already thrown out feelers for planning next years get together. Damp at times but had a great time there. Ride safe all.
That is more common than you would think.I didn’t know my brake light wasn’t coming on unless I really mashed the foot brake pedal. Frontis noticed it at the MeetUp. So today it took all of 30 seconds to adjust the switch to have the brake light come on sooner.
I should look at mine. Got pulled over because the police officer said my brake light was out. I got off the bike and checked... it seemed to be working fine. I might need to look into this adjustment.That is more common than you would think.
Both Kevin and mine were the same.
Only takes a second to check, and around 30 seconds to fix....
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