I did this same ride about a year ago (in fact I think I've done it three times in the last year or so). Highway 1 never gets old. Yesterday was a nice and sunny Saturday so couldn't pass up the chance to ride, plus I had a desire for a cheese burger......... First my route. Got a bit later start than planned, but tank is full and it's time to go (of course as many of you know when you have a KTM the gas gauge always says full even when it's not). Headed out Lucas Valley Road to work my way over to Point Reyes Station to pick up Highway 1. Time to take a right turn and head north. Quick photo-op along Highway 1 in Marshall CA with Tomales Bay in the background. Highway 1 and some of its stunning views. For such a nice day there was surprisingly little traffic. That will change once summer and the tourists arrive. You got to stay alert when riding Highway 1, tourist tend to suddenly turn into the pull outs along the road to get out and take photos, most the time oblivious to others on the road. Made a brief stop in Gualala to look at my Butler Map just incase I wanted to change my route, decided to stay the course on Highway 1. Another obligatory bike shot. Highway 1 offers up stunning views and some great twisty sections. The real reason for this ride, a double cheese burger from Jenny's Giant Burgers 940 North Main Street in Fort Bragg. Not a great culinary photo but the burger is dam tasty. Usually a bit crowded on the weekends but well worth the wait. Now part two the ride, top off the tank in Fort Bragg then head east on Highway 20. Highway 20 drops into Willits CA. From here just jumped on Highway 101 to head back home, this section pretty uneventful. Thank goodness for cruise control. 291 miles round trip, could probably been done on one tank of gas but why chance it.