It's all about what you have fun with. The speed you ride should match your bike, the terrain and the individuals true riding ability (not the ability we think we have after a couple
). I love taking my big bike off road, granted its not single track, but its a lot more adventerous than the inside of my office! And thats why I ride, to detach, to recharge, to search out a little peace. Every rider is different therefore every ride is different, if we all find what were looking for out on two wheels, the world becomes a better place
. All that being said, if I ever see you in the rearview of my GSA, I'll shoot a friendly wave as I pull away
"We act as though comfort and luxury are the chief requirements of life, when all that we need to make us happy is something to be enthusiastic about."
2007 BMW R1200 GSA, 2009 DL1000, 2005 DR650
30:Unemployed and Homeless
(2 months and 10,000 miles)
The Lost Texan, Wanders East