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My Ducati Multistrada Enduro on the altar of speed racing Bonneville Salt Flats!!! It was so epic to ride the salt and just absorb the enormity of the place, you can feel the speed screaming at you from the nearby mountains!!!!! @ducatimotor has a contest #MultistradaTravel and I do love this shot! Maybe a Multistrada top speed contest held here one day!!!! Ah, I do love my Italian 🇮🇹 beauty! #xladv
Y como lo disfrutamos...
🎸🎶🎸🍾🍾🍾 La Gran Sabana
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Today I would like to mention the first half of a very interesting route in the East Bay. If you like riding on roads that twist through the hills then you have probably been on this road before, Mines Rd. going south out of Livermore CA. This road is particularly fun because it is not too far away from things like fuel stations but it gets you far enough away that you get the feeling of the country.
The road is what you would expect of an Alameda/Santa Clara county road. Paved well and not too beat up. The counties maintain the road just fine and keep it from becoming dangerous.
This road offers some incredible views as well as some challenging corners to keep you interested. Along the way you can stop off at Lake Del Valle or this picnic area along the way. The best part is a place called The Junction. It is where Mines Rd. and Hwy 130 meet, where the southern pin is dropped. I can personally attest that the BLT there is spectacular! The Junction is a favorite for motorcyclists while on the route.
Now when you reach the intersection of Mines and 130, if you head straight on you will eventually hit Mt. Hamilton and then San Jose. If you turn left, there is a cool spring you can stop at, picture to come later, and eventually hit I-5.
This is a great route to practice cornering on, as there are a lot, take slow on an afternoon ride, or take a group and ride to get lunch. However you like to make your adventure Mines Rd. should be a place to visit. Until then, shiny side up!
Sand riding on the Husky 2 stroke - always a confidence boost. Ladies, if you’re nervous about sand, I recommend getting out there on a super light bike like this and building your skills ... and having a $&@ load of fun too.
Midweek dreams of Marvanthe .. Over the years as the 4 lane highway between Cochin and Mumbai takes shape , we have been fortunate to see this place transform from a single lane broken tarmac to four lane cemented .. but thankfully that hue of blue is still intact ! #triumphmotorcycles @indiatriumph #xladv#advrider