Thursday after touring the caverns and eating lunch, we headed towards the Texas Hillcountry. The rest of the group was going on early to the Harvest Classic Rally in Luckenbach TX, to help with the set up and an extra night's camping. http://www.harvestclassic.org/
I split off from the group after a while and pointed the F6C towards Leakey Texas, home of the famous "3 Sisters" motorcycle roads, 335 336 & 337.
One of our old friends, Butch, runs a camp there in Leakey on the Frio River called Camp Liveoak, where I had planned to meet up with my brother and another old friend, after doing some scenic riding on the twisty "Sisters."
I couldn't be more happy with the big F6C. I am in love with the power delivery, and the character of the engine. It is as tame and mannerly as you could ever want it to be if that is what you want, but ****, when you twist the throttle, the rush of power is flat out intoxicating... I really love the bike and was having a great time breaking it in. At this point I had not even run it at wide open throttle or much above 4000 rpms. I should also note how fun it was seeing people's reactions to me on the new Honda. They are used to seeing me on old beemers or a Harley or Buell, and this thing really had them confused... so fun.
Here are pics of the Leakey TX campsite and riding.