Originally Posted by Geek
if you knew then what you know now
I could have done it in a 1/4 of the time.
That's all part of it, and although it takes a ton of time, I learn a lot along the way. I'm sure there are faster ways of going about these projects, but working through the ideas and issues is kind of fun. I've not mastered it yet when I can hit the nail on the head first shot.
So yesterday I was dead flat in bed, sicker than a dog. This morning I woke up and it was feeling 80% better. So... Not to waste a good test day.
Diesel Joe and I went out for a 130 mile loop on the 950s, not many sunny, 60F days left this year. We did about 8 miles of single track, and sure put this system to work. I could tell it was helping me climb the steep hills. One spot, my rear tire slid down in a muddy, sloppy, rut, at least axle deep. My front wheel was on top to the right yet. I pointed the front wheel forward and the front wheel clawed forward pulling the bike along side-tracking the entire rut about 30 ft long. I just laughed inside my helmet at how easy that was.