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Old 03-09-2014, 08:48 PM   #1
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Where to go for a day ride tomorrow?

The last ride I did was through Death Valley after I got the ZX6. Now that it has been fixed up and tomorrow's weather looks good here in Vegas, I am not sure where to go. The ride prior to the DV ride I went south to Lake Havasu.

I could go further north into DV and not cut across to Furnace Creek and Darwin before circling back on a southerly route.

Or more exploring in AZ. Doing a rip out to see the Pacific is always nice but CA traffic is tragic and my preference is less people.

Utah is still too cold.

Damn life's problems!
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Old 03-10-2014, 06:16 AM   #2
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Utah is still too cold.


UT is fine.

Zion in mid 60's, Bryce at 54. Perfect riding weather!

Say hello to the 'slackers' in SG.
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UT is fine.

Zion in mid 60's, Bryce at 54. Perfect riding weather!

Say hello to the 'slackers' in SG.
Decided to go to Palm Springs instead. Mistake on my part! Lame ride so far.
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Decided to go to Palm Springs instead. Mistake on my part! Lame ride so far.
You back?

Did you do P2P Hwy(74)?

No such thing as lame riding compadre. I was at work all day. You made out better than I did, I believe.

Hope you had a good one, report needed.
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Old 03-10-2014, 09:21 PM   #5
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Got back a little while ago. Went through Big Bear so all was not for naught.

Will post something up when the soreness eases. Damn sportbikes!
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