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Old 05-10-2010, 10:48 AM   #1
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Pavement ride for BBQ

What a great weekend! A bunch of local ADV guys were meeting at THE PLACE in Ventucopa, CA for an all-you-can-eat BBQ. Three of us from Orange County decided to take our street bikes up there. The restaurant lets people camp in their backyard so we took advantage of it

Here's our little RR:

My brother Han, Jo (jryden), and I met up @ Norm's in Huntington Beach for a quick lunch which turned out to be a long lunch



Han and Jo checking out his SWEET HM.


After lunch, we slabbed it north to CA-150 by lake Casitas to Ojai where Steven (MOTOSOTO) found us gassing up.


"No really, it's THIS big


The four of us rode up 33 where we came across a terrible accident involving a brand new CBR1000RR and a Toyota Camry. We hope the CBR's rider is OK.

We arrived @ The Place and got a quick bite to eat:


Then we setup camp before we got too drunk to do so:


Soon, Martin (wheatwacker) and Benton (what's his SN?) show up and that's when the beer REALLY started flowing. I believe the official toll was 10 pitchers for 6 guys.


It got a little chilly overnight and we were awake well before the sleepy town of Ventucopa was. Salvation was at hand when they finally came and opened the restaurant


I think we're all happy we didn't get "Deliverence'd" and that we had hot plates in front of us


Gassing up before we all went our separate ways. Martin and Benton headed back to San Francisco while Steven headed to OC via 33. I took Jo and Han through Cerro Noroeste.


Taking a break at Pyramid Lake before we too went our separate ways home.


Thanks again for the terrific weekend. Next time I'll try to get on some dirt.
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Old 05-10-2010, 11:36 AM   #2
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Nice! I am dying to ride Cerro Noroeste. How is it?
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Old 05-10-2010, 12:30 PM   #3
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It's a beautiful road to cruise through with lots of elevation changes and blind crests. There's a rock slide section with debris on the ground but it's mostly in the straights.

I just cruise through that road these days since the worse wreck I ever had was on Cerro Noroeste.

There was quite a bit of LEO activity when we went through on Sunday (2 CHP cruisers and one local PD).
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