I talked to him about buying it but somehow i didnt get out to marfa to see it while he was there. Its a top heavy bike thats really capable. Just under dressed to compete with BMW when they launched.
Outstanding video, Tim. Plenty of reflection and a healthy dose of inspiration.The weather was perfect and the roads were great; best Three Sisters trip in recent years:
K-dub made the transition from dirt to street beautifully last weekend. He made it look easy and i know it's not so straightforward transitioning from dirt to street, then excelling in the twisties.Outstanding video, Tim. Plenty of reflection and a healthy dose of inspiration.
I did my first Three Sisters ride this past weekend. After 50 plus years in the dirt, I thought tarmac would be kinda dull. Well, duh ... there was enough adrenaline and teeth-sucking to keep anyone happy ... and there are some marks on the riding shorts that'll never buff out. I'm hooked.
Lots of fun, lots of learning - thanks to Boulder Ed for showing me the way.
But, next time ... I'm going to slow down a bit as you did and enjoy that amazing creation called the Hill Country.
Keep those excellent videos coming!
Very kind of you to say ... but you were loafing at half pace, and I was sweating bullets! Next time I'll be faster ... after I enjoy the scenery Tim brought to light.K-dub made the transition from dirt to street beautifully last weekend. He made it look easy and i know it's not so straightforward transitioning from dirt to street, then excelling in the twisties.
Checking out the scenery is becoming incredibly enjoyable to me. Going fast, or even riding sportbikes has lost it's appeal. At different stages in life I sensed and then adapted to physical and mental changes.