Superbikes in the Smokies, Last Day


Hey There;

Day 4 and last day is here, want to tell you, after many miles on a bike in these mountains, ufff you can feel the pain, last sunday we decide to go for a short ride, to be at home around 2 or 3 PM, get everything ready (like bikes on the trailers) but we went a little bit more and get back home around 4:30PM.

First stop was this place (Above) their were cooking peanuts, or boiling peanuts, little stop for photos, next stop The Hidden Mountain, a very nice place with a lot of green.

Lunch was over a little town in North Carolina, hopefully we get to the restaurant before Church ended, went we got out of the place, there was a big line outside, over the restaurant was this funny mannequin, and of course our sense of humor related to motorcycle gear pops up!

Then we left, Steve was feeling really tired, we headed to a big ass gas station to buy some 5 Hour Energy and take a break, I was looking into the souvenirs section and found some interesting stuff, fueled the bikes and waiting for Steve to recharge the batteries, we start right there our return to Headquarters.

In the way back John Chaves decided to stop in a very nice road to get some photos done, the scenery cannot be better, fast European bikes in the middle of no where with tons of green, hummmm, let me show you what I am talking About:

After a few passes, finally kick stand up and rode to Helen, we get there in time for WSBK.

Hope you enjoy a little this for days of Superbikes in the Smokies, got an Ace left, hold tight for more, and now a few more photos of this Last Day, Enjoy!

Ok, Saturday is on, time to start getting ready!

Cesar Out!

Note: Pictures taken with Nikon D700 using Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8  APO DG EX on Lexar UDMA Professional Digital Film, Geo-tagging brought you by Nikon GP-1 GPS Unit


Cesar L. Diaz

Cesar Here!.... Information Technology run thru my vains from 8 - 5. When not at the Office I drive a Toyota FJ Cruiser Trail Team Edition and a nice Photog Paraphernalia back pack (LowePro Dry Zone 200), inside ===> Nikon Cameras and lenses (Nikon D700, Nikon D300, Nikon F100) and many other tools, of course. Photography and Adventure are ingredients in my day to day life mixed with motorcycles and outdoor activities; and I do want to share My Experiences here with You.

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