Riding River Road on Easter Monday morning. The day promised to warm up, but it was cool in the valley. With little traffic and miles of winding road, the Tiger was frisky and I was ready to explore some corners.
With the ThetaV 4k video camera wrapped around the rear view mirror, I proceeded down the hill on Prince of Wales Road to River Road before heading east. The Theta seems to kick off when it hits two gigs of video. 4k video is heavy and you reach two gigs after only five minutes, so here is five minutes of riding down into the valley before it chokes on itself.
I couldn’t stop at the Terra Nova Public House (closed for the holiday), but on the way back I went back to my happier medium of still photography and set the ThetaV at its one photo every four seconds rate to catch some corners, which I then chased down on my way back through the valley to Horning’s Mills. Later in the year it’ll be quite busy, but on this early spring holiday, there were only a smattering of other vehicles and the corners were open and empty…
Riding through the desolation of winter before spring green is back.
Neutral throttle in, winding it on through the apex and out the other side. The Tiger is a settled, athletic thing for such a big bike.
Some Photoshopping to give it a painted look. That scalloped sky followed me all the way home.
I ride an hour out of my way just to find that magical sign.