Many of the best rides I ever had involved roads I didn't particularly want to ride on
Yep! I never plan a ride. I wound up in a little town called Old River Winfree Tx this weekend. Took me four hours to figure out how to get home and only two hours to get there in the first place.Many of the best rides I ever had involved roads I didn't particularly want to ride on
That's when I find my GPS comes in handy.. Just hit the home button, it will tell you how far you are away, how far to nearest gas station, how long it will take you to get back..But, getting lost out in the 'woods' with a small fuel tank is a real drag.
LOL, this happened to a friend and i once. We were on our way back from ATL and two weeks of training for our new position at work and stopped at some dead end exit off I-75 in middle the of KY. We hung around long enough to take a piss and i looked at him and kinda under my breath did the dueling banjos sound and he said "yea, you got enough gas to make it to the next exit?" and i replied "yea, i think were too pretty for this one" and we split.I did this years ago with a friend that now rides too. We ended up in Globe NC. Start the "Deliverance music". I'm talking about getting the look from everyone at the little store we stopped at, and then wisely decided not to go in after all.