Once we saw a break in the clouds he headed out, only to get hailed on 4 blocks away. Took a chunk of hail right in my lip at 40mph, that sucked ass.
Prepped B5 for a ride to the fairgrounds tomorrow. The Antique Motorcycle Club of America is holding a show this weekend.http://www.vikingmc.org/I'll be parking out front by the doors on Friday. Anybody else planning to go ?
What the hail?!? (said in my best southern twang)At least you're back to getting injured while actually riding! How's your eye?
Nice! I may have to join you next time you decide to roll thru there. I haven't been there since I was 11. Scottie J
It was a short ride. I think it took all of about 20 minutes. I'm using this to plan some longer and more fun rides.http://www.coloradodot.info/programs/live-to-ride/rider-resources.html
Oh cool! If you get something planned keep me posted. Also, Dan Kearney lives outside of Blackhawk and I know he likes to take adventurous rides as well. He may be interested in joining. The two of us have talked about getting an all RE ride going but have been having trouble finding/getting others to Colorado riders to join. Dan has been talking to the RE dealer as well. Hopefully something will come together in the near future. When I first joined this forum I tried to get a group ride to do Pikes Peak but it was a total flop and there was no interest at that time.Scottie J
Which RE dealer is Dan working with?And a run to the top of Pikes Peak would be totally worth it. It's now paved from bottom to top.
I don't like how the clutch is acting so I want to open up the primary and take a look to see what exactly is going on with the clutch cable end/knuckle area. It feels like the cable keeps getting longer and longer. Also, while I'm in there and I'm going to give the clutch plates a bath in brake cleaner again and see if I can't get the slip to go away. I'll take a quick spin around the block with the primary cover off and the clutch dry to see if it is still slipping. If it is then I'll open of the clutch pack and use some 36 grit paper to rough the surface of the steel plates, but I don't want to do that unless I have too. And I may.Scottie J