W O W . . . come down in at dusk a few times...joey no likey.JaJaBinx said:Yeah. The guard wasn't watching yesterday so I decided to make a break for it. Besides, the straightjacket was a little loose anyway.
This actually wasn't the first time. I think I do ACH more often at night than day time, about 70% to 30%.
[laugh]JaJaBinx said:It's actually not that bad doing it at night. Traffic is relatively light, and you can actually see the headlight reflection of incoming traffic from opposing direction around blind corners. The only thing is that you need to look well beyond the turn even though there's nothing to see. Just gotta get into the habit of doing that; otherwise, you will run right into the cliff wall or fall into the canyons.
I must apologize for having not properly introduced myself.
I am a Ducati-wanna be, meaning I don't have a Ducati yet, even though I have ridden several Ducati already, 749S, 999S, Supersport 800 etc. all borrowed from my friends or Tom Hicks of Southern California Ducati in Brea. I initially joined this board because back in March, I had thought about getting a used monster 620 for commuting purpose.
I currently ride Jap bikes, a V-twin and also a liter bike. I started riding in April of last year and so far, have accumulated about 30,000 miles under the belt.
I would love to do track day some time, although most of my time are spent in various canyons in SoCal (just did a Palomar mountain run this morning).
So there you have it, a lunatic who loves to run canyons at night.