I'm in what might be a unique situation because as soon as I can get my hands on my Street 750 I have to rapidly put "miles" on it. I need to break it in by riding at least 1,000 miles and perhaps 2,000 miles before I tear it down to build a chopper out of it. If something is going to "break" it will typically break early as opposed to later and once I tear it apart I'm probably going to void my warranty.
The quickest way to put on mileage is to....
So that's my plan. I have one week set aside starting the day after I take possession to head out on a road trip. I will have to plan on an oil changes at about 1,000 mile (a typical warranty requirement) but other than that I can go anywhere I please.
I'm thinking of taking a ride from the Seattle area (where I live) to Dawson Creek in BC, Canada that is the beginning of the Alaska-Canadian Highway. I've never made that trip before and it promises to be a very enjoyable and scenic ride. No real rush and about a week to make the ride. Obviously I don't plan on a breakdown. LOL It that happens then I guess I'll have to deal with it.
So I'd like to know if others are already planning a road trip and, if so, where do you plan to go?
Always remember that for every mile of highway there are two miles of ditches.