Back in January i decided to take 4 days off and do some glamping in Moab with my motorcycle and ride some of the trails that I've haven't ridden before. Well with Covid that isn't going to happen. I live in central Colorado outside of Glenwood. After working from home for the past month I need to get out. I'm not used to being parked in front of a desk full time - its making me wacko. Do me and my family some good if I go impact test my body from my motorcycle . I wish I could ride like Chris Birch but my skill level is way lower that his. So I thought I would share my day rides from the next 4 days. Bikes are ready to go!! Today I'm going to ride up to Baxter pass. I rode this several years ago on my Honda XR650l. Then try to get from Baxter over to Douglas pass and then home. Baxter should be clear of snow on the Southern side not sure of the north. My Rides: 2004 1150gsa & 2015 f800gs Today I'll take the 800, I've done a few things I want to try out today: I made a guard to protect the front of the engine above the skid plate. This area packs full of dirt and rocks, if its muddy it takes a lot of effort to clean. I've had rocks packed down in there that I had to remove the skid plate to get out. The other thing I'm trying is carrying extra gas. I've used the old plastic skid plate as a support for my saddle bags. Since the 800 has a 4 gallon fuel tank I've always wanted to carry a little extra fuel just incase I need it. I wanted something I remove easily and not too bulky. Yes I know there is an external tank that can be mounted but at $400 its a little much, I was considering a giant loop gas bag 1 gallon and I still might. So after looking around and searching online I came across this, US Army 2 liter canteen, did a little research and the plastic should be ok with gasoline. So I have that mounted behind the skid plate, if it doesn't work I'm only out $15 so no big deal. And it is protected & tucks in very nice. Post more pictures after the ride.