I bet @Bevo was riding on this track when he was practicing on that GROMI'd rather be riding this COTA on that Grom...
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I bet @Bevo was riding on this track when he was practicing on that GROMReynolds said:
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Firstly, let me say thank you for 2 very interesting videos. As a UK guy I do like American Football, but after seeing this ladies game, WOW, I like it even more. As for the TT. Personally I would not have the courage, or indeed the ability to race the TT. My half brother on the other hand, Mac Hobson, raced it solo and then raced and won it twice riding the sidecars. Is it dangerous, most certainly it is. Is it worth it for the riders, I still think yes as I know how much my half brother loved racing there. Sadly in 1978 due to a known fault that had not been repaired on the road, Mac and the man in the chair, Kenny, crashed and died on Bray Hill. I like to think he rides with me still. I just wish I had his riding ability. 😎A month more before riding season 2023 starts in North America woohooo and 2 months to LFL & TT 🤩
To and from work todayHow about the other folks in North America ?
Ha ha No I played hooky @ work & called in SICKTo and from work today
I was answering your question, that's why I quoted it. I rode to and from work today.Ha ha No
I guess it's okay if you ride where it's flat, otherwise you'll decelerate on inclines accelerate on downgrades.Does anyone have any 2 cents comments ?
Last riding season, I did a lot of runs from Toronto to Montreal & back over the weekends & some weekends it was awful holding the throttle for long time. It's a 4.5 to 5 hr each way, approx 520 kms.I guess it's okay if you ride where it's flat, otherwise you'll decelerate on inclines accelerate on downgrades.
Yes I understand. It i also 5 times the cost & efforts. Atlas is a better option, I believe compared to others out thereof all the bodgy throttle locks, Atlas is probably best idea....
but MCcruise is real cruise control.. like on your car.... keeps within 1 or 2km/hr
is not that hard to install, with comprehensive instructions and video