Trip started off the morning at 8:00. A plan for a drive but no hurries to get there. Seeing we didn’t eat breakfast we headed to Delta Diner. I’ve talked of this place before. The food is classic finer with an awesome twist. The two waitresses are machines when it comes to the menu. The recite every item with an awesome description of each. It’s a must stop in northern Wisconsin.
Next we were off to Hudson. Dbl_Ds son said that Agave was the place to eat, so after a 3.5 hour ride we were all hungry again. The two lanes through WI are as nice as they come and led us straight to Agave Kitchen. The food was awesome. And we’ll all be ready for what we really came for. Great county roads all afternoon. :).
Found a great place in town that doesn’t give Dbl_D any crap for buying his tires online. Most the local shops won’t mount a tire unless you buy it from them. So two cheers for Whisper Performance. Good service and great employee.
Also a shout out for www.rockymountainatv.com on their awesome pricing and 2 day standard service. Saved Dbl_D 20 bucks in shipping. :).
Out with the 3s and in with the 4s. We got 13k on the front and 10k on the rear. We’ll take it. :)
A great old fashion style drive-in worth a stop even if it’s just to see the car hops run around handling the patrons. They are light on their feet and quick and pleasant to serve. The food is drive in burger food but a good butt break and satisfying meal.
Everyone stay out of Dbl_d’s ways on Sunday. The road belongs to him and MJ
Got the new Pilot Road 4 installed today. Excited to finally get the Beemer on the road this week. OMG it’s been a crappy spring for the RT. Here’s a pic of me modeling the tire and checking out the exhaust as I had to take it off to change the tire
Dbl_d’s brother and sister-in-law have been dying to take him and MJ to wing night at Wings Over Broadway. Best part is that I get to partake in the festivities after another great cycle day. I’ll chat about today’s ride later.
Dbl_Ds bro knows everyone here and it’s the place to eat and be on Tuesdays. The best waitress here is Jill with Aubrey right behind. Unfortunately we got Monday night girl and she was a crabby butt. But we had fun and the rest of the group was awesome to us. If in Tucson on a Tuesday this place is a must. If it’s Wednesday or any other day, it’s worth the stop as well. It was nice of Dbl_D to share his wings and beer with me .
Lucky me with Aubrey.
I’ve always wanted to get Dbl_D to take Mj and me down to the southwest for riding, but to do that has been a challenge because its a 3-4 day ride down there. Enter in the next best thing to riding there. Fly down and visit family and rent the almost identical cycle we ride every day. After a quick google search and a phone call a cycle was rented and picked up on Monday morning. The 2010 RT had seen some use, but it only has 19k miles on it and rode exactly as Angelina did back home. (for those of you that don’t know, yes, Dbl_D named his bike. You can only guess after whom).
The ride through southern AZ was warm. Highs of 93, but dropping to 76 in the 5000 to 6000 foot elevations. The day consisted of rides through Bisbee, Sierra Vista, Tombstone and 250 other miles of open road. The highlight of it all was being able to ride side by side with Dbl_D’s brother.
The bros and their babes…
They have never had a chance to do that, let alone bring the ladies along for the ride. A great day was had and another hot spring day brings a ride into Mt Lemmon. Here’s a map with the elevations.
There wont be as many miles today but there is no such thing as a bad ride on a Beemer. Below are a few pics of yesterdays ride.