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BeerMe

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Mini adventure around Dallas before cold and wet weather settles in later today (currently mid-70s!)

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1. Former Texas State book depository from where President Kennedy was shot (far right sixth floor open window)
2 Stevie Ray Vaughn mural. One of Dallas’ favorite sons.
3 Pecan Lodge barbecue in Deep Ellis. IMO the best barbecue in town. Tell me why I’m wrong.
4 Some weird robot guy in Deep Ellum
5 Keep it Wild Texas. Damn right!
 

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R18C

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Mini adventure around Dallas before cold and wet weather settles in later today (currently mid-70s!)

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1. Former Texas State book depository from where President Kennedy was shot (far right sixth floor open window)
2 Stevie Ray Vaughn mural. One of Dallas’ favorite sons.
3 Pecan Lodge barbecue in Deep Ellis. IMO the best barbecue in town. Tell me why I’m wrong.
4 Some weird robot guy in Deep Ellum
5 Keep it Wild Texas. Damn right!
Very very cool!
 

Philr18

Member
Lots of forums on here about modifications and what not, but I haven’t found too much from folks about their wild adventures on the R18…and pics. Let’s have some good stories and pics about your rides, the longer and scarier the better. The R18 is a fantastic bike that is meant to be out in the wild…not parked in the garage.

Let’s have it!
Just put 1400 miles in a month riding locally...
 

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HanseDavion

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Rode to Mt Hamilton near San Jose this morning. Quite a few miles but practically had the road to myself.
 

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HanseDavion

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Almost forgot to mention...had a little fun with a BMW M5 on the tail end of the ride. Nothing crazy but fun nonetheless.
 

Cu Dubh

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Used to love the ride up to Mt. Hamilton, on through to the Junction, then over to I-5 and the Central Valley. That's a great ride, hope you had fun!
 

Alex-B

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Running in check on Thursday and one of the motorcycle photography companies doing a shoot a few counties over saw me get about 230 miles in yesterday. I know this is small mileage for some of our US and Oz members but it takes some time around the south of England! Some stunning places down here in the South Downs National Park, Midhurst, Petworth, Easebourne etc. I was late leaving but the photographer did get some shots so I’m waiting for them to be uploaded.
 

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BobW

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Running in check on Thursday and one of the motorcycle photography companies doing a shoot a few counties over saw me get about 230 miles in yesterday. I know this is small mileage for some of our US and Oz members but it takes some time around the south of England! Some stunning places down here in the South Downs National Park, Midhurst, Petworth, Easebourne etc. I was late leaving but the photographer did get some shots so I’m waiting for them to be uploaded.
I looked up a few of those locations, what a beautiful region! In my experience that's a good run in any country especially given the scenery and communities I'd be sure to take time to enjoy. By the way, even though I have ridden plenty of long mile days and trips over the years, most of my area day rides are in that same 200-300 mile range too as I like to "stop and smell the roses".

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Alex-B

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I looked up a few of those locations, what a beautiful region! In my experience that's a good run in any country especially given the scenery and communities I'd be sure to take time to enjoy. By the way, even though I have ridden plenty of long mile days and trips over the years, most of my area day rides are in that same 200-300 mile range too as I like to "stop and smell the roses".

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It is a lovely part of the UK, I would have loved to stop and get more pics but everyone and their hamster was out even though I stayed away from the coastal route which I usually travel. I should maybe consider investing in a GoPro or similar.
200-300 is sensible I think for that sort of riding before fatigue kicks in.
The photographer got some good shots, may have to get out that way again so he can get my good side 😂
 

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