A quick picture after riding all day, Humphreys Peak, the highest point in Arizona at 12,670ft.
That is quite the altitude and quite a ride. Beautiful.Here's a few more from today's ride:
Red Rock Secret Mtn Wilderness looking towards Sedona
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Volunteer Canyon...something was in bloom down there and it smelled incredible.
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Late afternoon break
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Sounds like a good ride, Foo.Rolled up 460 miles for the day -had to break in fresh DID X-ring chain and a new set of Shinkos.
Don’t forget to pick up your AARP card.Maybe im getting old butt that Barbi Edition KLR is loooking better and better every decade.
Cant seem to ride anywhere else this summer, weird.
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Being 62 means i get half price parking now at the beach during peak times....nxt up is the senior discount at Denny's...lol
I wonder if your stand is missing the appropriate 'Shouldered bolt' and the lock nut on the back side?If you have ever examined one, the design where it attaches is basically a fork. the two parts of the fork slide over a flat with a bolt hole in it to serve as the pivot point. in time the fork wears and spreads, allowing the bike to lean over more and more, putting more and more load on the stand. I pulled mine off and gave the fork a squeeze with a vice and it did snug it up a bit.