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Was a beautiful day for a ride with a great group of people. Actual Harley & Sportster guys that moved along at a good clip....:D


 

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Nice video, and very nicely composed and presented as well. Well done.

Great looking roads and, for the most part, almost no traffic. Wow!

Now, I'll bite and display my ignorance for all to see. Where is Hell's Kitchen? Hopefully not in my own back yard
 

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Nice video, and very nicely composed and presented as well. Well done.

Great looking roads and, for the most part, almost no traffic. Wow!

Now, I'll bite and display my ignorance for all to see. Where is Hell's Kitchen? Hopefully not in my own back yard

The roads were fantastic and the whole day was traffic free. The weather started off a little cooler and was a hint of rain. So Cooks Corner and Hell's Kitchen were both down on the amount of bikes there. Which i have no complaints about i'm not wild about big crowds.

http://www.hellskitchen-ca.com/
 

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Great video, that ride is my commute Monday through Friday. I get to do it two times a day. :D Of course there is more traffic during the hours I ride it and I have never actually stopped at HK for food. Only to take pics of his Obama rants. ;)
 

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Great video, that ride is my commute Monday through Friday. I get to do it two times a day. :D Of course I there is more traffic during the hours I ride it and I have never actually stopped at HK for food. Only to take pics of his Obama rants. ;)

Yea the Obama rants are great and the foods not bad either. I keep wanting to go across the street to the country store for some beef jerky. I've been told its really good but i forget everytime i'm out there.
 

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The roads were fantastic and the whole day was traffic free. The weather started off a little cooler and was a hint of rain. So Cooks Corner and Hell's Kitchen were both down on the amount of bikes there. Which i have no complaints about i'm not wild about big crowds.

http://www.hellskitchen-ca.com/
Ah, California. Isn't that the mythical land somewhere west of Texas where the sun always shines, there's never any traffic to be bothered with, all the men are buff, and all the women are gorgeous? :D
 

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Ah, California. Isn't that the mythical land somewhere west of Texas where the sun always shines, there's never any traffic to be bothered with, all the men are buff, and all the women are gorgeous? :D


That would be before the year 1980.:D
 

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Great video, that ride is my commute Monday through Friday. I get to do it two times a day. :D Of course there is more traffic during the hours I ride it and I have never actually stopped at HK for food. Only to take pics of his Obama rants. ;)

Found one of the Obama slams.... Click onto photo to go to flickr then click on photo again to enlarge big enough to read sign....


IMG_0595 by weljo2001, on Flickr
 
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