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GatorGreg

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GatorGreg last won the day on May 7

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About GatorGreg

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    Florida
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    2014 Pearl White Interceptor (Deluxe)
  1. Thanks, yeah I guess I got a little excited when I hit triple digits after passing Dave and Morris - LOL. Unfortunately, my GoPro turned itself off after ogling that young lady in St. Augustine and I didn't capture any of the scenic drive across the Bridge of Lions or on A1A between St. Augustine and Flagler Beach - it was a beautiful stretch of road along the Atlantic Ocean with lovely beaches. I did stop and take some pics there (see below). I was also impressed that the bike averaged 42 mpg over the day's travel of 343 miles, especially since I was going well in excess of the speed limit for much of the trip
  2. Yeah it has always done that - I think it's normal - at least I hope so LOL
  3. The "Daytona Loop" is actually closer to Ormond Beach between Flagler Beach and Daytona Beach. We (myself, VFRDave, and Morris) only rode the northern and western portions due to time constraints. This consisted of Highbridge Rd to Walter Boardman Ln to Old Dixie Highway and North Beach St. We decided at that point to just head west and then take I-95 back to St. Augustine so we could get to the vintage bike show quicker - see this thread for pics from the show: http://vfrworld.com/forums/showthread.php/53260-VFR-pics-from-St-Augustine I'm not sure but I think we had over half the 8th gens ever sold in Florida along for the ride Daytona Loop info: https://www.daytonabeach.com/things-to-do/attractions/loop/ Daytona Loop map: http://www.ormondscenicloopandtrail.com/Map-with_header_and_text_v5.pdf
  4. LOL - not even necessary really. I've yet to have someone walk up and say "nice Honda / VFR / Interceptor". It almost always goes more like this: Stranger: "That's a nice / beautiful / great looking bike - what is it?" Me - "Honda VFR Interceptor" Stranger - "A Honda? Really?" Me - "Yep" (while pointing to the badge on the tank) Stranger - "I thought it was one of them new Daytonas / Ducatis / Ninjas" I would assume though that the members of a BMW Club in Colorado are a bit more knowledgeable than the average bike enthusiast I run into in Florida
  5. Teach you what? How to ride like a pussy? Just watch my motovlog - link in my sig Gonna try to get a new GoPro vid uploaded later tonight of our little groupride on the Daytona Loop.
  6. And the most reliable too http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/news/2015/04/who-makes-the-most-reliable-motorcycle/index.htm
  7. Less than 24 hours to go!!! I've been contacted by a couple guys who say they won't be there in time for the morning ride but still want to meet up. If you're not an early riser then just be at the Caddyshack at noon for lunch. We'll do another group ride after we check out the bike show! Should be great weather - forecast for St. Augustine tomorrow is only a 10% chance of rain with mostly sunny skies and a high of 88 - perfect!
  8. Sorry to hear that Burnes - I was looking forward to seeing your '97. Thanks for letting me know and hopefully we can get together at another meet in e future.
  9. Less than 24 hours to go!!! I've been contacted by a couple guys who say they won't be there in time for the morning ride but still want to meet up. If you're not an early riser then just be at the Caddyshack at noon for lunch. We'll do another group ride after we check out the bike show! Should be great weather - forecast for St. Augustine tomorrow is only a 10% chance of rain with mostly sunny skies and a high of 88 - perfect!
  10. THREE DAYS to go! Bring some rain gear - current forecast is 85 degrees with a 40% chance of scattered thunderstorms in the morning. If it's really bad in the morning we'll just skip the AM group ride, meet at the Caddyshack at noon for lunch as planned, go to the vintage bike show afterwards and do the group ride in the afternoon.
  11. THREE DAYS to go! Bring some rain gear - current forecast is 85 degrees with a 40% chance of scattered thunderstorms in the morning. If it's really bad in the morning we'll just skip the AM group ride, meet at the Caddyshack at noon for lunch as planned, go to the vintage bike show afterwards and do the group ride in the afternoon
  12. I think the one on the left is probably the one that came with your old Delk, mine also fits a bit loose. Here's a pic of the rubber stopper from the OEM exhaust, it fits snug. I have the exhaust boxed up on a shelf in the garage and when I pulled it down to take this pic I couldn't believe how heavy it was LOL. So glad to have cut all that dead weight!
  13. I can't speak for the Arrow but the connector/link pipe that comes with the Delkevic exhaust has a rubber stop on the bottom for the center stand to rest against when not in use. You can see it in this pic. I would assume all the other major brands have something similar.
  14. Less than a week to go! We might hit double digit VFRs - forecast is sunny skies and 84 degrees 😃
  15. Awesome - hope you can make it!