Awesome photo, Jack. What a difference in perspective. Trees are just beginning to change here in TX and the serious riding season has begun, where it's finally cool enough to wear a riding jacket. I'll get some photos of our midget trees that might look more like bushes to youIt's getting cold in Wisconsin and riding season is close to ending.
The forecast doesn't look good but yesterday it was 50 and sunny so I went for a little ride to enjoy some of the fall colors.
We get too much snow to kept to the bike ready to go. Too much salt on the streets and it's cold.Wow, you lost your leaves early! We still have a ton to fall before they're gone here in Virginia.
People ask me all the time if my bike is "stored for the winter". I never consider it stored for winter. I've been known to ride in sub-zero weather and am more than happy to take the mouthed "YOU ARE F*&KING CRAZY!" looks from people in their cars. If the streets are clear, it's potentially a riding day to me. I used to look over my motorcycle policy which at one time had a winter "sunny day" benefit, just to make sure there was no minimum temperature at which you could ride. These days I'm a bit more sane and likely won't ever ride in below freezing temps, but my bike is always a possible ride no matter what the time of year. You're lucky tohave both a Valk and an F6B!
Thanks for the pic!