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Cooler riding above 10,000ft.


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Thought I would partake of some cooler riding, so went up to Brian Head, Utah was only 71 degrees above 10,000 ft.

Was very thankful that the days of carburetors is long past.



Sadly I had to be thankful for ABS on the way down the mountain, when some fool in an SUV who's brake lights I thought was just a indication of slowing for the corner, but no, they where stopping in the middle of the corner to make a left turn (without signaling) into a scenic turnout on the opposite side of the road.

You just can't fix stupid. 


Well it still was a nice cool ride, and found some very neat fire roads on top of the mountain. Definitely the place to go on a hot summer day.

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Good to see you back out on the bike, testing the ABS, not so good.  Glad it all worked out!

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