Today I decided to ride Indiana SR 450 from Bedford to Shoals. I chose this route mostly because it's maybe 5 minutes from my place, but also because I read a good review of it here. The bike is new, and still in the running in stage, so I figured this would also be a good ride to help fill the 310 total miles the bike needs prior to the first service. Attractions along the route were Williams Covered Bridge and Williams Dam. Once I got to Shoals I stopped for a break next to this sign. I saw a few signs for something called Jug Rock and was thinking it was a rock group in the town and someone in the group played the jug...you know...someone blew into a jug to make the sound. Turns out is some sort of rock formation, so I was way off. I was going to check it out, and came to a sign that said "Jug Rock" with an arrow pointing down a hiking path. Unfortunately though, the sign did not say just how far down the path I needed to go, and I didn't feel like hiking, so i didn't bother. I took a slightly different route on the way back, but it was just as nice. It was US 50 to Huron and Williams Road, which led back to SR 450. Once back at the start, I shot down SR 37 to Mitchell so I could go to Spring Mill State Park, where I'm thinking of camping next week so I can test out some new gear. The park looks nice and I found a good campsite. There's a $7 park entrance fee and a $12 primitive campsite fee. The leaves are finally starting to change color and making the area look good. The ride to Shoals and back didn't take long, although I took it easy due to all the blind turns. I didn't have to go down to 1st, but I spent a lot of time in 3rd and 4th gear and had to drop down to 2nd once in a section with 9 sharp turns back to back just after entering Dover Hill. It's certainly a ride I enjoyed enough to do again, but next time I may plan to have lunch in Shoals and hike to Jug Rock. I shot video of the entire ride, but cannot upload it here due to my computer not being able to handle the video (apparently my camera -GoPro Hero7 Black- is better than my computer). Not to mention I don't have a YouTube account. As soon as I sort out the video editing and get a YouTube account, I'll be able to add videos. I've attached a track for anyone who wants to ride the route.