Central Appalachia Ride
The end of the summer is a great time to get out and ride. For the last few years I have taken a week in September to just hit the road in search of whatever is out there and this year was no different. Last week I headed out across PA and then cut down into Ohio, West Virginia, and Kentucky in search of twisty two lane blacktop and found plenty of it out there. Here are a few pics from that trip.
Surveying the damage from my first time laying down the cycle. Panic stop for kamikaze dog. Dog and I are fine though the 599 has a few new scars.
Tunney Hunsaker Bridge, WV
Mountain passes kick ass.
The road less traveled.
The full collection of color photos can be found here.
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Published - May 8, 2013
1973 kawasaki z1 – top speed
Ever since getting my Z1, I’m pretty obsessed with them. If you didn’t know, the Z1 was basically the hayabusa of the 70’s. Pretty sure it was the fastest bike until the early 80’s. And, it was definitely the preferred pro drag race bike for a long ass time. Apparently, the bike does 140mph in […]
pics look real good man.
bummer about the crash.
agreed about the mountain passes.
Looks like an awesome trip. There are so many great roads out that to just lose yourself on.
rad post tom.
one time a cat ran in front of me when on a fixed gear. couldn’t stop, ran it full over, then flipped over the bars.
got mangled. cat was fine.
Mountain passes pic is awesome!!