RIDING IN AND ABOUT THE STATE OF MAINE.
Steady as she goes......I like the sun, snow ocean combination of that last photo.
Thank you. It was so cold I only remember pushing the shutter…. no composition at all…. what you see is what was there, no thanks to me.Ciao. Mike
Are those pictures taken on the same day? How does the scoot handle in that type of slush? I would expect it to be easier than packed ice. :)
Answers: Yes, No, Maybe.Same day, No, not well at all, Maybe, but I'm shooting for July….Ciao. Mike.
And people have been worried about the stuff I ride in, geesh! Keeping your hand off that front brake helps, yes? I bet the front wheel likes to push the snow, not LOL. Ain't it fun?~Keith
It is indeed great fun…. Does get your heart to go piddy pat, but what the heck, that way you know it's working. Yes, thanks to Brandy and others (like you), I've learned to say no to the front brakes in this stuff - at least in slippery ugh stuff.Ciao. Mike.
Mike:you are braver than words can describe. If you are foolish enough to go riding this time of year then, NO front brake, and perhaps let a few PSI out of your tires to get more rubber on the road.I'm also guessing that BRW double checked your INS policy before she let you loosebobRiding the Wet Coast
Hmmm… Posted this reply yesterday…. Didn't show up.You are correct about the front brake. Learned that the, as we say, hard way.As for my BRW…. I have noticed the draw within which reside our various polices has been ajar quite frequently of late.I'll need to check that out.Ciao. Mike.