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Discussion in 'Photos' started by klaviator, Nov 17, 2013.
It's really hard to keep the bike between the lines
Very small lane.
FM337 Texas Hill Country 10/2019
Same bike, second owner.
My wife on her '75 850 Norton with my '73 in the foreground on Wayah Bald Rd, NC
The Dragon, May 2019
My 14 V2 at the Gap 2017
My 16 V2 at the Gap 2019
My K-Z1K at the gap 2019
On the High Speed Racing Edition '97 Honda PC800, (The High Speed Racing Edition differs from stock by the addition of the HRC sticker) This is a nerdy motorcycle. Its the only windshield bike I own, but it is a total hoot in the twisties.
SE Almost Heaven WV
Not my bikes but I took these pics on a road that used to be the site of an SCCA hillclimb.
So what was this road? I found this description while researching the SCCA races on this road:
"Crow Mountain Hill Climb serves up a challenging 1.85 mile uphill course with a 720 foot elevation change featuring 7 hairpin switchbacks nestled between a ¼ mile twisty drag race to the first turn, a ½ mile section with 3 separate “S” features, some 1/8 mile sprints, and a 6/10 mile high speed curved section with two blind left-handers. The course is fully lined with ditches, granite rock faces, and large trees which offer no margin for error. Most drivers say it was the fastest and scariest two minutes of their life."
The first time I rode that road, I wondered why there was a line across with the word ' start ' on it. I, too, looked up the race. Would have been fun to watch. It does have some very sharp turns with no room for error.
A rural county road in central Alabama.
Son and dad at the Dragon.
How about coming out of a curve in a rare December 40° day in the Midwest on a friends little oval track?