Kyle's race bike just got fired up for the first type. He is getting it dyno'd by Stan at Northern Ohio Ducati Triumph on Friday morning, so expect more video and updates then. My dual engine bike is too long for the dang dyno!
A motorcycle run starting from Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and coming together for two nights of camping, one day of glorious riding, and unprecedented amounts of shenanigans.
Get ready to call in sick to work on Friday because it's going to be a nice ride into camp.
Friday, August 28 Everyone will leave from their respective cities. Meeting points/times announced closer to the date A night of camping and festivities
Saturday, August 29 Wake up, dust off, long day of riding through the beautiful back roads through Quebec and Ontario. Food stops, gas stops, and some swim stops will happen. Come back to camp for some chopper shenanigans.
Sunday, August 30 wake up, clean up, group rides back home.
Camping is $12/night payable at the gate when you enter. There aren't assigned sites and there are specific fire pits. The camp ground is along the river where you can swim and we will be mostly concentrated around a large fire pit with a pond (clothing optional) right next to it. There are cabins and trailers available for those that don't wish to sleep on the ground, please arrange with the campground to reserve those spots
Here's a long-distance selfie taken with my GoPro:
The sky was covered in a thick blanket of fast moving clouds that made for an ominous backdrop.
However, the sun did peek through every once in while.
This road made for some good photos because of the vanishing point. It was sandy and quite slippery in some sections.
As I mentioned, I took quite a bit of video. Here are a few stills from the forest section:
However, the most fun I had was in this part where there was standing water from the rain showers on Saturday. I started cautiously just riding through the edge of the puddles before taking a chance closer to the middle.
It was cold, wet, and very dirty but I was grinning ear to ear. I felt like a little kid jumping in puddles.
The bike was (and at the moment I'm typing this, still is) absolutely filthy.