I took the 1936 Colson Commander out for a spin.
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I like, that the memorial plank was saved.
It was a great day out riding with friends, but not so much for Tower W.
That's a great looking bike Marty! I love all of the curves on it. And the color combo with that red shroud and the ornate head badge...beautiful!
A sad day for tower W.. At least the memorial plank looks like it survived. I'd rather it was caused by a homeless person who's fire got out of control than a malicious act, but either way it's not good. Love the pictures of the rides. I'll hopefully see you all this fall. We've had a lot of rain. We ride when we can.
I feel like i'm 12 when I ride.
I took my antique Great Western Moto-bike out to ride.
1st route: my neighborhoods to the Electrical Shop I work for, when I work.
Basically, killing time riding around until my dentist appt. at 9:00
I ended up in Huntington Harbour, where a high school buddy lived on Trinidad Island.
We jumped off that bridge more than a few times.
From here I worked my way back to H.B.H.S., which is across the street from my Dentist.
I like this office; they let me park my bike inside.
Yes it is! Objective of pic was to show how pretty it is here riding late in the afternoons. Just beautiful yesterday. Edit. Today I climbed 2500 feet up to the remaining snow level. 17 mile loop. Beautiful evening again. Riding season is ON.