I figured the Forks of the Credit would be silly over the long weekend, so I thought I’d head over there on the Friday afternoon. Still lots of people about, but I got to have a couple of clean runs up and down the twisty bits where I wasn’t on the bumper of a duffer in a cage. I’m not leaving rubber doing this, and I’m usually within 10km/hr of the limit, but cars through this twisty, technical road are a bit of a disaster. It was nice to get a couple of runs without worrying about the processing capacity of the driver in front of me.
Photos are taken with a Ricoh Theta V on a custom built mount attached to the wing mirror. Screen captured in the Ricoh software and modified in Adobe Lightroom:
The switchbacks at The Forks…
The little guy on the side of the road said, ‘woah!!!” so loud I could here him on the bike. 🙂
Always look where you want to go – sometimes that’s over your shoulder!
In the moment on one of the frew curves between me at the Niagara Escarpment. If I lived in California I would be a regular canyon carver on the weekends.
Beautiful weather, minimal traffic and a frisky Tiger. It was a good 50th birthday ride.