I left at 7:02AM and made it to the Wedge, Newport Beach at 7:52; riding 1940 Western Flyer, HD, WWII service bike, LABL 1943 still attached to the frame.
Wiped down and looking sharp for the Cyclone Coaster ride in Long Beach.
65 mile ride today, it needs to be wiped down all over again.
Pa edition of “I live a block from the ocean” Took my dads colson klunker out of for a float around the neighborhood. That was a fun ride! Sorry for blurry pics, was using a ziploc as protection for my phone. Supposed to get 6-10 inches of rain!
Around noon,the sun came out . Call my buddy Wade and we were ready to ride . I rode "Copperhead" down to the east end of our neighborhood. High water and trees down blocking the road leading into our development.
This is the paddic area for the horse farm.
Wade studying the situation
This was the biggest event of the day. This guy tried to ride his four wheeler , that he put an additional $15,000 into, thru the flooded area. The current pushed him into the guard rail and his rightside wheels were stuck in the eroded area. It took about an hour and a half they did pull him out
So for now, there is no way in or out of our neighborhood. The roads are either under water, blocked by down trees or have washed out.
Oh well good ride today. Hope everyone is doing well .