Calgary, ABCanada T2E 2J1
September 30, 2011
Yes I have read the rules and agree with them.
Years ago we were part of an informal group in Kelowna that did a breakfast and ride on Sundays. What started with 1/2 dozen riders blossomed to about 40. I think biggest turnout we had was 25 bikes. Not bad for a group that was mostly an intentional disorganization. We did have some rules (sort of). Mostly you run what you brung. Anything with 2 wheels you didn't have to pedal was cool. Had to be legal. No "attitudes." If you rode like a jerk somebody would tell you. There was a fast pack, a slow pack and I meandered somewhere in between depending on my mood. I don't ride unless I feel 100% like doing it. I've seen too many crashes due to momentary lapses of reason. Sometimes I go fast, very carefully. Bike bio: 1985 KZ550 purchased new, 1983 Seca 750 second hand, 1985 Interceptor 750, 2001 KLR 650,[masked] V-Strom. Mag's bike bio: 650 Tempter,[masked] Nighthawk, 2006 Burgman 650 (she rides it like a sport-tourer)
Looking for some people to ride with. Sometimes I go swiftly in twisties, sometimes I slow down and enjoy the scenery. Mostly I don't get to go often enough. My wife measures satisfaction in miles per day. I am usually up for a breakfast and ride.