Well written................now get out there and find the next mark for the Photo Scavenger Hunt!I rode mine Over the creek through the dirt and gravel to the road. Waited for a farm truck to pass and got on the road.
Shifting from first to second at 4 grand and to third at 5 grand in anticipation of the 60 degree turn ahead. I simultaneously press the right bar firmly and open the throttle all the way pinning me and my bride to the seats. Exiting the corner at near 65 mph with the front tire as light as a feather.
I then shifted to 4th and slowed to the speed limit with a big smile. Thanking God for the small things in life.
I only had one guy try to run me over just before my fuel light came on.
34.42 miles per gal on that tank adding 4.532 gallons.
Life is good.
Indeed, since I installed the Tiregard TPMS, I found that, when starting the ride, display wakes up, showing front 36, rear 41, after an hour or so in warm weather, at highway speeds, the front goes to 40/41 and the rear up to 52-54.Checked tire pressures (its amazing how much they changed with ambient temps) and cleaned up the front end that was pretty bugged up from weekend riding
Well, the backrest was done and the brake fluid with speed bleeder change was done, but I did not get to my clutch fluid - so that is today's job. Along with it a good washing and detailing.Put a new bolt in the Mustang seat backrest so it can move farther forward.
Doing brake fluid and clutch flush this evening and switching everything over to SpeedBleeders