The past weeks have been full of adventure. Thus our photography has had to take a second seat About a week before Joey’s birthday we decided for a quick lunch at a BBQ house north of here.
I stopped at a motorcycle dealership to inquire about a motorcycle safety course. Once this was gathered I headed back into town with Joey wondering what happened about lunch. We ended up at a new dealership that sells mostly very good used motorcycles. I advised that I was looking for a motorcycle for Joey. Quote- I have just the bike…
Joey was shown a 2007 Harley Davidson Sportster XL 883 C. The motorcycle was rolled outside where she could sit on it. Her face lit up like a Christmas tree. The bike was started and she was grinning ear to ear. Here is the bike.
Now the cat will be let out of the bag.
I had already set up the deal with the dealership.
Joey headed off to the motorcycle school a week later. BUT this school turned out to be a scam.
Another school was located and this school was a dream.
Those that are not familiar with motorcycles need to know that this motorcycle is a beast.
Imagine the sound of a radial aircraft engine at idle and this is how this bike sounds.
Joey passed the school with flying colors and the following morning she received her new license- “Motorcycle Also”.
After a couple of days of neighborhood street practice we headed to the famous- “The Loop”
Last week was Bike Week 2014 so there were about a half million or so Bikers in town and the vicinity so we held our riding to local areas till Joey had a good grasp of the motorcycle.
As of March the 20th she has almost 250 miles on it.
Remember I said it sounds like a Radial Aircraft Engine- well you decide
So after 2 weeks on the motorcycle this is Joey’s 24 hour look now.
Ride to Live, Live to Ride