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... in Atlanta before the flight, so grabbed a quick sandwich and soup.
The flight to Rome was approximately a 9 hour flight; however the Stewardesses supplied us with all sorts of food. After awhile, I felt like one of those chickens who never leaves its roost, but just eats and does its thing, never knowing anything else! However, actually, it was rather pleasant for a change of pace, and Mike and I watched the X-Men Movie, ...
... me. The following afternoon sessions we were given almost free reign of the track with the expectation that passes were to be made with 15 feet of distance and only in certain places without additional guidance from one of the instructors circulating the track. Things really flowed from there.
I got some guidance to stay well away from the big scary monster on the outside of Turn 1. Point taken. Also good guidance on where to turn ...
... teachers from Coshocton County, Before long a couple of more retired teachers joined us, also from Coshocton County. We waited a long time before the main group got through with ticketing and security. Shortly after they arrived they started boarding our plane to Atlanta. We left on time at 6:00 and got to Atlanta about 7:30. We had to walk to the train and take it from Concourse A ...
... bag and chair strapped to the top, I don't fit in with the trailers, race bikes and whatnot.
That, in theory, is exactly what I enjoy so much about the R1200ST. It begs to be ridden long distances quickly. A sport tourer in the truest sense of the term. We shall see if works on track.
In speaking with Nate Kern yesterday at Motohio, he says that getting the right body position will be the key to extracting the ...
... going to that gauge, which got worse when they messed with it. So they overnighted a new part, Jim took Max back down on Thursday, and hopefully all is fixed. And...warranty took care of it. Love those warranties.
While Jim went to Freightliner, I had lunch with Chris Marx, a long-time friend from horse ...