That's where I'm staying at!!!
Awesome! I guess knobbies are required?It appears this will be a very well attended ride so there shouldn't be a problem finding a smaller group of like minded / skilled riders to ride each day with.
You are welcome to try and find someone to ride out to J.C. with, but most riders will trickel in all througout the day and into the evening.
A lot of riders will be hauling their bikes to J.C., then riding from there, so that is another option.
Look forward to meeting you!
Not required but just think about the contact patch profile of a rounded over street vs the knobbie which is usually a more square off profile thus enabling more contact on slippy gravel. You can compensate a street tire by lowering the pressure to increase this contact patch just understanding that one must take it a little easy in the corners.Awesome! I guess knobbies are required?
Awesome. I’ll look for a similar tire. Is that a scheduled ride or is that the October monthly ride?I'd say that any 80/20 Adventure bike tire will do the trick. I'll be on my Strom with E-07s. You might want to consider doing the James River ride with us in October. It will be on similar roads, and will give you a good idea of what to expect.
http://www.twtex.com/forums/showthread.php?t=113220Do you know where the info is on that? Sounds interesting.
I rode James River Rd in June and enjoyed. Didn't attempt the river though.
Yes.Regarding the registration sheet, what is the 4th column for? Confirm attendance for friday night?
Maybe try GPS babel (I think that's what its called) to convert the GPX you downloaded to a different KML or other GPX file.Correct, when you look at the file log it has some garmon proprietary information imbedded. I was able to download and get all the waypoints in Scenic. I prefer Motion-X but Scenic will work ok since these are marked County and State roads. In Motion-X I only got a few waypoints per route.
As long as there no baby heads and 4 in sands , I'm good to go with my 500 pounderI'm glad you are making it out, Bryan. It will be good to ride with you again. Hopefully your bike will end up in better shape than last time
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