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Saturday Sept 18: Santiago Cyn and Ortega.
« on: 09/18/10 01:33AM »
WHEN: Saturday Sept 18, at 10:30 am (KSU time, so arrive before)
MEET: Chevron at the corner of Red Hill & MacArthur (see map link below)
ROUTE: See map below
SKILL LEVEL: Noobie, Intermediate, Expert*

120 miles and about 3.0 hour riding (not counting stops).
It's OK to go at your own pace, I will wait where you could get lost.

Map of the route   <-- Click me.
Point A: Start and gas station: Chevron at the corner of Red Hill & MacArthur.
   Follow the 55 to Chapman Ave, then Santiago Cyn.
Point B: Cook's corner. Second meetup location: Be here before 11:05 am and wait for me: Red Honda CBR 1000RR. But say you will be there, otherwise we don't stop here.
   We take Live Oak Cyn and Antonio Pky to Ortega.
Point C: Lunch break: Hells Kitchen.
   Here we discuss if it's worth extending to Elsinore and back: Avoid on a hot day.
Point B: Cook's corner. 10 min stop for goodbyes.
   Return through Tustin: Jamboree and Tustin Ranch.
Point D: End at gas station: Mobil at the corner of Main & MacArthur.

************* Skill Levels Defined:
Noobie -You have been riding your motorcycle for at least 3 months (hopefully more) and have confidence that you can ride around streets without any issues eg. stopping at stop lights, not stalling the bike, not falling over etc, making u-turns, etc.
Intermediate - You have been riding for at least 6 months (hopefully more) and feel comfortable enough to handle twisty roads as found in local canyons. You are mature enough to understand going slow is okay and not to try and keep up with riders that are faster than you as it will result in a crash.
Expert - You have been riding for years and hopefully been riding with the members going on the ride long enough to know how they ride.
« Last Edit: 09/18/10 01:48AM by Jerome Daoust »

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Re: Saturday Sept 18: Santiago Cyn and Ortega.
« Reply #1 on: 09/18/10 02:09AM »
little late to post dude..but good luck on the ride
Name: Douglas Peralta

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Re: Saturday Sept 18: Santiago Cyn and Ortega.
« Reply #2 on: 09/18/10 02:10AM »
isnt there someone else doing this on sunday? the same route
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Re: Saturday Sept 18: Santiago Cyn and Ortega.
« Reply #3 on: 09/18/10 08:38AM »
Hey Jerome, if you get bored tomorrow feel free to join us... Hopefully you'll be able to get your bike outta first gear! Anyhow I'm gonna plan some dbl takes along Ortega for photo opps if someone wants to bring a camera.

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Re: Saturday Sept 18: Santiago Cyn and Ortega.
« Reply #4 on: 09/18/10 09:35AM »
little late to post dude..but good luck on the ride
Yes, last minute schedule opening, where I was able to fit a small ride before another Saturday event.

It is a very dangerous day today. I already lost a front tooth cap this morning due to eating at a pace faster than my comfort zone. I fell victim to the group effect.

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Re: Saturday Sept 18: Santiago Cyn and Ortega.
« Reply #5 on: 09/18/10 10:21AM »
 it's a little late for this ride i been wanting to ride with you guys from OC moto i have yet to meet any one from OC moto i hope to ride with you guys soon.
« Last Edit: 09/18/10 10:38AM by Taino Warrior »

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Re: Saturday Sept 18: Santiago Cyn and Ortega.
« Reply #6 on: 09/18/10 12:01PM »
just missed this on my mobile, riding san diego county today. Have fun folks!u
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Re: Saturday Sept 18: Santiago Cyn and Ortega.
« Reply #7 on: 09/18/10 01:33PM »
take another lap around at the carousel for me since i will be at the track this weeked


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Re: Saturday Sept 18: Santiago Cyn and Ortega.
« Reply #8 on: 09/18/10 03:02PM »
Got my repaired radar detector back last night, so I was itchiní for a ride, thus the short notice. Iím just paranoid when riding without such proper safety equipment.

I met up with Dee-of-Orange at point A, and we decided that Ortegaís call was too strong to deviate, so we rode right to its start. The new surface between SJC and Hells Kitchen is grippy but rough on the tires (see picture). Not too much traffic made it fun.

When we stopped at Hells Kitchen (the other picture), Dee decided to take our style to the next level and pulled out his tire pressure gage, dropping the psiís to race-specs on his í08 GSX-R 1000. The ride back made Ortega seem like a short road.

Then we stuck to the rest of the plan and took Antonio Pky, Live Oak and Santiago. For some reason people wanted to race me on Antonio Pky. First, 2 girls on a yellow Gold Wing trike almost rolled over my foot at the turn of the green light, then my CBR found its powerband. Funniest, was these guys in a turbo diesel truck going full tilt with black smoke blasting out of their vertical exhaust. They caught me by surprise. Whatís up with people wanting to race me, am I begging for it?

Most importantly, letís do it again.
   Jerome
« Last Edit: 09/18/10 03:05PM by Jerome Daoust »

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Re: Saturday Sept 18: Santiago Cyn and Ortega.
« Reply #9 on: 09/18/10 07:52PM »
Well shucks!  Sorry I missed this; we actually rode Santiago Canyon today.   :4:  Wanted to see how the Hog would take it, and she did fine.  I took the turns easy: nothing scraped, and still had a high old time. 

Some day I WILL participate in a Jerome ride, I swear!
Still occasionally missing 2nd gear on the upshift...

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Re: Saturday Sept 18: Santiago Cyn and Ortega.
« Reply #10 on: 09/18/10 07:55PM »
it was nice riding with you jerome, the new surface on that road sucks but the low traffic made a big difference and yes those few psi that i droped on the tires made a hell alot of differece and i was able to keep up a bit on the way back. i normally don't ride them that high. and i don't know what that lady one the trike was doing she almost run over your foot, that was scary. :o

 

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