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March 30th, 2005, 08:01 PM
Isn't this the time change weekend coming up? If so then the SMR will start at 8am?

March 30th, 2005, 11:32 PM
You are correct, sir. That means it will feel like it is 2 hours earlier. :eek:

The Big Spank Daddy
April 1st, 2005, 09:38 PM
Looks like I'll be out on the Bandit with a FNG in tow. Will probably do Fayetteville and back.

The Big Spank Daddy
April 2nd, 2005, 02:39 PM
I put over 100 miles on the GPZ today. Saw tons of bikes out. Tomorrow should be no different. I suspect LE will also be out in full force. As with the last realy nice weekend there were a lot of incidents. I suggest we all cool our jets tomorrow and knock it down a notch or two.

I plan on taking it very easy and at legal speeds in the back.

Pete, you going to be able to make it and show off that new ride? I'm leaving my house at 7:00 if you want to stop by.

[ April 02, 2005, 14:42: Message edited by: The Big Spank Daddy ]

April 2nd, 2005, 04:29 PM
I'm not sure which bike I'm going to ride. :D I put about 100 miles on the 00 so I guess the 05 is next in the rotation.

Chris, I did the Barker Cypress to 529 route once and it kinda sucked ***. In the mornings I can make it down 6 to 10 pretty easy and on the way back I've been taking 362 to 290 pretty much because theres hardly any stops and I can haul ***. Its still a pain to get to and from Brookshire. :rolleyes:

The Big Spank Daddy
April 2nd, 2005, 06:32 PM
Yep, 15 miles to 362 of absolutely straight asphalt. I've tried the Barker Cypress to I-10 several times. Too many lights and too many cops.

In four years of doing the 529 to 362 I've only run across maybe 3 cops on my way to Brookshire. In just one trip down BC/I10 I went by 5 cops. The HCS station is at the corner of I-10 and BC. BC is the last major road north to 290. Therefore, there is an unusual amount of LEO traffic on BC.

[ April 02, 2005, 18:35: Message edited by: The Big Spank Daddy ]