The Dry Lagoon

It should have been an easy weekend… We show up, plug into World Superbike’s system, deploy minimal equipment, and sit back and enjoy the weekend. Yeah, it went something like that. We arrived at Laguna Seca near Monterey, Ca on Tuesday.  The goal was to get as much setup on Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday morning… Continue Reading


We make this up as we go

One would think that after more than a year on the road, we would be pretty squared away and have routes and destinations pre planned weeks ahead of time. Nope, it seams that the longer we do this the less planning we seem to do.  More than often we say, “we’ll figure it out as… Continue Reading


How the Time and the Miles Fly By

Race weekends are busy, with long hours and a lot going on. Road America, with it’s size and terrain, amplifies the amount of work. From the time we start setting up on Tuesday, until we load the server rack back onto the truck Sunday evening, I don’t get a lot of rest. We did get… Continue Reading


From Pictured Rocks to Two Rivers

When we were sampling the beers at a brewery in Cheboygan, the bartender mentioned that if we were headed to the UP (Upper Peninsula) we really should go to Munising and see the Pictured Rocks National Shoreline. We really hadn’t thought about going up to Lake Superior, but we looked at the map and a… Continue Reading


Tip of the Mit

We had a few cool and rainy days in the early part of last week. By Wednesday it started to warm up again and we were able to get a few bike rides in. One was out to Tawas point light house. On Friday we moved up the coast to Cheboygan. It’s pronounced the same… Continue Reading


Chasing Spring

We left Virginia with three weeks to get to Elkhart Lake in Wisconsin. Where are we going next?  We didn’t know and a lot of times we plan as we go. In this case we had hoped to stay in the Smokey Mountains of West Virginia. Our first day of driving ended in Fort Chiswell.… Continue Reading


Virginia is for Lovers, and Racing

From High Point we drove to Virginia international Raceway (VIR) for round three of the MotoAmerica series. This track is about an hour north of Raleigh just over the Virginia state line. Not a bad drive, but there’s not a lot of places to go or eat. It does have Millie’s Pizza though. As we… Continue Reading