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I rode a couple of laps as Jason Pridmore's passenger on a K100RS at one of his father's CLASS track classes. I think it was at Laguna Seca. I had never experienced speed in that way: the seamless transition from the really hard deceleration on the way into the corner to really hard acceleration out of the corner and down the straight, the cornering angle (I was scraping the edge of my boot on the PASSENGER peg). I was unprepared for and frightened by how fast we went - even if there was no hint of lack of control. I soaked my undershirt in those two laps. At that point I'd been riding for maybe 35 years and had done all kinds of riding on and off-road. I realized sitting there behind young Pridmore that I had no idea how fast even a sport-touring style motorcycle could be ridden.
So many after nearly 50 years of riding. And so many involve weather. One of my favorites was a ride with my son in 98(?) to the Slimey Crud Run in Wisconsin sponsored by Peter Egan and about a thousand of his friends. This was in October and we left home when it was 42 degrees hoping for warmer temperatures as the day wore on. Me on my 1100 Sport and he on his Honda Super Hawk. As luck would have it the temperatures dropped all day and we had to ride 150 miles home at 32 degrees and snowing hard. Wet and cold and 2" of snow on the ground. Miserable conditions but that experience with father and son will be passed down for generations.
Riding up Dairy Queen hill @ Chadwick on my FANTIC 300 for the 1st time with my feet on the pegs!https://www.google.com/search?q=chadwick+motorcycle+and+atv+use+area+dairy+queen&oq=chadwick+motorcycle+and+atv+use+area+dairy+queen&aqs=chrome..69i57j33i160l2j33i299.1850
I rode a couple of laps as Jason Pridmore's passenger on a K100RS at one of his father's CLASS track classes. I think it was at Laguna Seca. I had never experienced speed in that way:
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