With all the snow we've had lately, it's nicer riding when the temperature is below freezing. No water running all over the road. Just gotta keep an eye out for those icy spots.
Good for you! Isn't it refreshing? We were just a tad colder than you. I work from home so I take my rides at lunch. Only got in about 45 miles because I have to do this to get out to the clear roads.trjam said:rode in this morming, 11 miles each way, and it was 24 here in the deep south. I think I have found and covered every area that can freeze. :roll:
Good thinking! But see, that's what happens when you wash your bike. :wink:trjam said:I ran out of gas on the way and switched to the reserve. Got to a gas station and stuck my key in the lock for the cap. It wouldnt go in because the frigging pins in the lock were froze. A cop in front of me at the pumps thought it was a hoot, but it didnt matter because he works for the same City Manager I do. I took the key and laid it on the exhaust pipe for about 30 seconds and then reinstalled it into the lock and heated the pins. Took 5 tries but I got that sucker unfrozed.
Wow! will have to remember that little trick. for later.trjam said:I ran out of gas on the way and switched to the reserve. Got to a gas station and stuck my key in the lock for the cap. It wouldnt go in because the frigging pins in the lock were froze. .