That's pretty good mpg, close to 50. I average about 180 till flashing and 45 mpg using 86 octane.
it comes in handy when you do a lot of riding in the outback.. whatever are your habits good or poor, they will save your bacon or have it for lunch.Have never bothered working out mpg on any car or bike I've owned. . Never even think about it to be honest.
Yep, fair call.it comes in handy when you do a lot of riding in the outback..
'cept maybe having to really pee bad and your ride buds don't have the decent sense to pull over even if you are waiving both arms with both flashers on.. of course you can just pull over and let er rip. about the time you finish they will have all turned around and are watching you walk out of the woods smiling. again. they never seem to understand but have no problem posting a video on yootoob. might need a new crew?Few things impinge on the enjoyment of a ride, .
007, lots of twisties in them back canyon roads. I use to ride them often. less so now with my 2 little anchors. Ever day it is ez to ride 100-200 smiles of what the Zip-Splats call technical (them are those blurry kids in leather space suits- 'cause that is the noise they make just prior to termination) , I just call em the benders. here in the Tx hills, we never run out of roads and places to go. The weather is actually better in the winter, 'cept all this rain more recently. dam them climate changers. pretty soon this place is gonna be nothing but lakes and green hills full of trees and other small forest critters buggering up my roads. We already have a deer over population problem because we've hunted out all the predators and these things just breed like rabbits. I think we should re introduce bears and mt lions back to Tx were once plentiful. That would help reduce the surplus Californians excess we have somehow have accumulated. a foreign specie of parasite fleeing their overtaxed dog and bringing the same stupid ideas here that destroyed their once pristine playland, currently overrun and become 3rd whirl schittholers..That is an awesome route to ride...my 93 year old father lives in Llano and I enjoy riding 1431 from Cedar Park to Marble Falls then 71w on to Llano. On the Route back I enjoy 71e to Round Mountain Cut Off on to Hwy 281 to Johnson City then take back roads to Driftwood/Wimberly area and on to San Marcos... Lots of twist and turns in the hill country area.