Happy New Year!

December 31, 2011

It’s been another good year of riding and life in general.  Near 14,000 miles were logged on the K1200RS, and I reluctantly sold my beloved K75S.  Rides were made to the Gulf Coast of Florida, Zydeco areas of Louisiana, high deserts of Arizona, Nevada and Utah and all around Texas.  I completed my first 1,000+ mile Iron Butt ride returning from Mexican Hat.  I rode my bike almost 600 miles to work in Kansas.  The Tom’s and I shot way too much video during our ride in September, and it’s been obsessive fun editing it all down into something presentable.  While we were on the road during the Utah trip, Tom put together a fun fly-by video we shot out on a desolate Nevada highway.  As Tom said, actual speeds may be available on WikiLeaks…   I’m looking forward to the next year of riding.  Life is good.

There’s a trippy video at the end of this post for your New Year’s Eve entertainment, in case you are hanging at the house tonight.

Happy New Year, and I wish you the best in 2012 – Richard

Cranfills Gap with David – February                               Cooper Lake with Warren – March

Blue Ridge with Roger and Mark – March                     The Emerald Coast – March

Natchitoches with Deb – April                                         Caddo Mills with Wes – April

HoT 12-Hour Rally, Brady – May                                      LSBMWR Moto Shop Rally – May

LSBMWR Cresson Track Day – June                            Mexican Hat, Utah – June

Taovayas Indian Bridge, Oklahoma with David and Jim – July

Bonneville Salt Flats – September                                 Dike Store – October

Kansas City – October                                                      Windom – October


Medicine Park, Oklahoma – November                         International Motorcycle Show – December

Whitewright – December

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