The weatherman (or weatherwoman) had been predicting rain all day without a drop. When I checked the forecast for after work, it looked like I had a couple of hours to take a quick ride and be back safe and dry before it started to rain, but…
Over the last few days I’ve been trying to articulate what it is about these machines that is so appealing to me. It’s been more difficult than I thought it would be, but here are seven things I love about riding a motorcycle.
Finding a decent place to eat is pretty easy on the road if you where to look—or rather what to look for. In this post I'll share what I look for when I'm on the road and in a place I'm not familiar with.
The Nebo Loop is one of my favorite fall rides. Depending on the year (some years the colors are better than other), it's one of the best autumn rides in this part of Utah. It's a ride I enjoy doing every year and is also a great ride in the summer. The views are beautiful and it's just a fun road.
After the rain the night before, when we left the hotel rooms at 7:00 am it was blue skies. We wanted to make a couple of stops along the way—one at Mesa Verde and Kathy wanted to tick Four Corners off her bucket list
I’m not usually a big fan of pounding out miles on the Interstate, but I-70 through Colorado is one of the most scenic stretches of Interstate I’ve ever been on. Glenwood Canyon in particular was incredible looking at the Colorado River boil and churn over rapids that were unbelievable.
Blue skies and fluffy white clouds followed me all the way to Steamboat Springs, Colorado. I pretty much had the road to myself if it weren’t for the biplanes from World War I and the World War II bombers that followed me through Heber.
We were back in winter again heading home from Cedar City. Despite the cold start, we decided to head over Cedar Pass and brave the cold temperatures over the mountains before dropping down onto Highway 89—my favorite road for going either north or south in Utah.