Just discovered Skyuka Mountain Rd . I'm in heaven.You are gong to be in a prime riding area. 176 from Landrum to Saluda starts out slowly but when it starts climbing the "Saluda Grade" it becomes what we call "racetrack road". It's where I go to evaluate mods to my Vette (personal best 1.29 G's). A lot of it is 3 lanes with 2 lanes for the uphill direction which lets you take outrageous lines when there is no traffic (most of the time). Once you get to Saluda you are very close to Green River Cove road which is the tightest piece of pavement I've ever seen. It's an interesting road to ride but so tight you can't really push it. But there are an amazing number of great roads just waiting for you to find them. Chicken strips won't last long.
Thank you for the reminder. I have driven this route a few years ago and remember how beautiful it was. It's time to return there on two wheels this time.
My sincere condolences about your dad's passing. As for Bourbon, I whole heartedly agree with Dr.'s recommendations.Hi folks.
She’s a bit quiet on the old website but we’ll see who is still around.
I’m after some recommendations.
My dear old dad died earlier this year and circumstances prevented me from properly marking his passing.
He was a motorcyclist all the way into his seventies and made it to 92.
While he didn’t really have a favourite tipple he was a Navy man and enjoyed his rum.
I have assembled a couple of nice bottles but one of my brothers can’t drink rum so I am after a recommendation for a very good bourbon.
Remember that it needs to be available in Australia.
I haven’t had a drink for nearly a year but I may not make it to Christmas at this rate.
The pic of him is from my Monster (before I got Tripled) on his GN650 with trailer On a 3000 mil round trip.