I think at the time I said something like "Yeah OK" and promptly forgot about it whilst he organised the whole thing. He did some research, decided the best one was the Yamaha Off Road Experience in mid-Wales and booked two places on the one day experience. Along the way he booked a hotel and sent me emails with all the information. And then a few days before the actual event I thought I'd better look at the paperwork. It's a four hour drive from home and it starts at 9am - I'm not getting up at 4am.
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Except I too was one of those fools… Before I came to Southeast Asia, I had these romantic ideas of exploring places on the back of a motorbike. Wind blowing in my hair, rice fields as far as the eye can see, stopping in rural towns along the way for a little break… I know, I know, I think back now and shake my head at that girl with those naive ideas. If she only knew back then what driving is really like in this part of the world… Renting scooters is something that Sam and I went back and forth on for a while. I wanted to ride a scooter around northern Thailand; he kept telling me how dangerous the roads were and how drivers in bigger vehicles had little regard for measly scooters on the highway.
Thanked 14 Times in 13 Posts Here is an very long article I found that might help explain. Staging Your Harley Words: That question will revolve around the recommendations they would make for a rider with a budget of "x" and a requirement of "y". But, back to the plot. The fundamental issue with all new Harleys out of the box is that they cannot breathe efficiently, and there is a good reason for this: