101, 1, 5 are all good. It’s a great trip all the way to Vancouver, B.C. U.S. West coast is one of the most beautiful trips you will ever take!
Sounds like you had fun!
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A little on the cool side but its fine if your dressed properly. That looks like a Harley Street Glide, nice bike. I ride a Road Glide myself.
It was perfect for me being a ginger... the sun is my enemie.
Yea it's a street glide and it's my first, all street bike
The coast was clear but took I-5 back and it was really bad in a couple spots.