Stopped in one town and snapped this picture. Those of you who rode with me before should know where this was taken:
Will have to agree about Richard. Definitely made my vacation more enjoyable. Only bad thing about 250 is it really needs repaved.I don't care what they say, that Richard is a stand up guy! :thumbup:
US 250 is a blast to ride. I am sure some of my G709 rubber is laying along side the tread you lost there. In fact, new rubber went on today.
That don't say much about your Indian scout, if you have to follow someone else!:22yikes:Murgie, actually we left Lynchburg by 8:30, stopped at the natural bridge, and then got on 39 for the ride to Summersville. Was with Larry the mt guy who was leading. I know you would recognize the hack, so we must have been on luch break, sorry we missed each other. Did get to see Travelinlite thou. Rt250 tore up my front tire and Richard hooked me up with a tire.
Rocket, that's why I follow others, then I don't have to watch where i'm going, they do it for me.
Made it home Friday evening. I absolutely love the tire. Handle bar shake is all but gone, only a little when the wife rode on the back with me. A big thankyou again Richard. And Rocket, the chief can't get a license, can't pass the eye test, due to his wooden eyes, why you think he stayed in the hack all day. southerners sure are slow sometimes.Hey Harvey, glad to see you all are still motoring along. By the time you read this I assume you'll be back home. Hope it was a worthwhile trip and the ladies enjoyed the ride.
Harvey, is there not a C/T you can put on the front, I though I saw a few years ago someone found one that fit on the front of their trike??? :shrug: :shrug: :shrug:What tire you want to know about? The BT45 that started to crack, or the 709 from Richard? There were 12 cracks like this one around just one side of the tire. Don't think the 709 will last long, remember my bike don't lean, stays pretty much upright all the time.
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