DAY ONE (Friday; 382 miles):
At the 50 mile mark Limpia lived up to her name. It started raining heavily and she asked if we could hang out at an overpass until it ended. Limpia showered yesterday, so of course I said yes.
This gave me a more time to study the navigation center console. Wow it’s packed with functions. I never knew the radio had were Weather Bands!
Apparently I hit a button that shows me current music track rather than speed limit. Fixed. I also had to figure out how to get audio turn by turn. Fixed.
Searching for songs/albums/artists is as good as it gets for now, since I’m sporting a half helmet, so can’t ask Siri for help. I see a Full Face helmet in my very near future. 🙂
Cruise control is very simple to start/set/stop, and boy am I using it on long stretches. Switching between functions is a bit convoluted but got that sorted out too.
I am happy to report the hard saddle bags are fully sealed. Not a drop of water got in, even in pouring rain at 80mph. And man they are huge compared to the Pelicans I had on the Dyna Street Bob.
The handlebar grips are angled a little too inward. My wrists are complaining a bit. Is it possible to get carpal tunnel on a bike? Adding slightly higher bars with less offset to the list. Maybe 10 degrees.
DAY TWO (Saturday, 233 miles):
I got up early to go to Heart of Dixie Harley-Davidson, to get a Jiffy Stand Extension Kit, since I could barely reach it. Now I can reach it with my heel to extend, and my toe to bring it back. This was a stress point for me, where I’d somewhat panic if I couldn’t find it the first time. Now, no problem. #wipesBrow
I took my time today, did a bunch of slow speed turns to force myself to get used to it. . One more day of riding from Tallahassee, FL to Ocoee, FL tomorrow. I also stopped at a few overpasses when rain got heavy. In one spot there was a couple on the other side of the highway, also under the overpass. We exchanged peace signs so we could get selfies, from across the highway, like anyone would care. LOL
One more day on the road. From Tallahassee, FL, to Ocoee, FL. Roughly 250 miles.
No Relive route to publish today.