Mike and I left Stillwater, OK on Sunday, July 21. Our ride to Elk City was uneventful, and we camped there for the night. The next day we left for Texas.
It's hot. It's humid. The razor-straight road stretches endlessly past the horizon. The smell of cow dung fills the air. You can only go 55 mph. Welcome to riding a Grom through the Texas Panhandle. Our only scenic stop here was Cadillac Ranch - a bunch of Cadillacs buried halfway into the dirt. People are free to spray paint the cars, so much so that it's inches thick in some spots.
Day 2 ended with us camping at a free RV park in Muleshoe, TX. We looked a little strange compared to the other campers, but it got the job done!
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This past weekend, I had the privilege of riding 750 miles to Birmingham, Alabama to visit the Barber Motorsports Museum during the Barber Small Bore Festival. I've never seen a more impressive collection of cars and motorcycles. I got to see lots of things that I never expected to see. Every motorsports enthusiast should go and check it out if given the chance. Here is a small collection of some of my favorite pieces in the museum:
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Check out this cool picture I took of an old Goldwing valve cover. Pretty siiick.
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