I purchased a new TomTom Rider 550 GPS and installed it on my trusty GS. After the install I wanted to test it out and wander lust took over so I called my riding buddy. 30 seconds of planning we were off to the geographic center of Nevada. Leaving around 5:00 am we slabbed it non stop from Las Vegas to Tonopah Nevada. From Tonopah the first stop was Belmont. From Belmont it was into Monitor Valley. We stumbled around Monitor Valley looking for Diana's Punch Bowl. Diana's Punch Bowl looks like a volcano from a distance. Top down look at the Punch Bowl. The water is so hot it actually boils. From the Punch Bowl it was off to the Geographic Center of the great State of Nevada. I wish I could say there was a lot to see there. Plenty of wide open sky and vast mountain ranges. The sign that should mark the location could not be found. From there is was on to Nevada Highway 50 the Loneliest Road in America A quick drive and we were in the little town of Eureka Nevada where we had lunch. After lunch we prepared for the long 300 plus mile slab back to Las Vegas. The first leg was west on the 50 to the remote 100 mile long Nevada route 376. On the 376 is the small town of Round Mountain where we stopped for a few glasses of iced tea to cool off. By now is was getting dark so all that was left to do was let the GS's do what they do best, chew up the miles. Stops in Tonopah and Pahrump for gas and to stretch the legs then on home to Las Vegas. The trip was just over 800 miles, approximately 200 of them were gravel / off road. Total trip time was 20 hours.