Thanks for the luck - it can always tilt the scales one direction or another. I keep trying to stay with Exxon/Mobile for my gas stuff, but if they aren't open past 1030PM when I get to my destination - meh, I'll go somewhere else.Tennif Shoe wrote:good luck on the trip
you should be able to find gas stations open 24-7
look for tupperware for your waterproofing needs
adding motorcycle towing to your AAA is cheap you may find you already have it
BTW..... HAVE FUN
"Tag along" was more like "I'm down to ride with you, can clear my schedule for it and can commit to it." I think "tagging along" on a bicycle tour with Lance Armstrong is a bit extreme by way of an analogy, as there are very few people on Earth who can physically do so. I would suspect that there are few people who could ride a motorcycle with Lance Armstrong on a bicycle. Your comment appears to have some demeaning aftertones, which I dont appreciate, but whatever. I would not have jumped onto a trip like this on the fly. However, given a week to clear my schedule, buy some gear and ready myself, I think I have the motorcycling skill, physical endurance and mental strength to complete a trip like this.Lion_Lady wrote:A saddle sore is not a ride to "tag along" on. Not any more than you'd "tag along" with Lance Armstrong, for a bicycle ride. The motorcycles would need to have "matched" gas tank ranges, and the riders must practically read each others minds. Otherwise valuable time is lost . . . and a Saddle Sore is all about time and focus.
I've seen it, unfortunately, I asked my wife to add the coverage - and she never got to it.Skier wrote:For future reference, AAA covers motorcycles with their RV coverage.
Thanks Gummi - turned out to be a really good choice. I'm pretty sure my butt couldn't take another 500 miles. Something to work towards, maybe.Gummiente wrote:I'll second that. Ride safe!BuzZz wrote:Good choice.
And Good Luck, eh.
Thanks! I ended up not getting a whole lot of sleep, but relaxed most of the day at Kennedy Space Center.Wrider wrote:Glad you've made it man! Congratulations! Sleep well!