Trevor recorded some of our ride with Gray Ray. The turns don't look all that sharp due to the camera's eye. Gray Ray lead us on an eventful ride which got a little spirited at times. Due to me being behind Trevor, you won't see my excellent riding style. Consider yourselves lucky.
A little after the 7:00 minute mark, Trevor's speedometer appears to climb past the 90mph mark. Clearly a figment of your imagination since Gray Ray doesn't ride that fast.
Comms were no longer functioning. My sena went dead. Those are facts. The rest of what he spewed about my lead riding ability is not correct. Just Saying.
Well, it is true that I went down a dead end road. Also true I had to take some gravel to get back on the regular route. And was also factual that I did execute a 4 or 5 car pass on one of the only straight roads down there. The funniest part was that the lead car in that train was a Student Driver car. I did see the look on that kids face for a brief second as he got Warp Speeded by us. LOL. I bet the Cop thought it was less funny.
Let us all not forget this is NOT the movie Toy Story. In that movie, one of the themes is that "No one gets left behind" That is in direct conflict with Wheaties rule of "I do not know you, and you do not know me" When tickets and the law is concerned.
If Marty and Wheatie are truthful, they will both attest to how concerned I was at the Hotel. Additionally, I started to pull over to wait for Abercrombie as the Po Po closed in on him. I waited at the next gas station for him as well. Then I thought, What Would Wheatie Do? I heard the voice in my helmet. "It's Beer 30, See you at the hotel"