Continental Divide day 3 began with problem solving for Randy. He discovered a nail in his rear tire on his Suzuki 650 V Strom. Luckily for him and all of us, he has tubeless tires. He was able to fix it easily with a plug. The tire held up fine for the 195 miles of very rough terrain today.
After a breakfast burrito and coffee we were off out of Grants New Mexico. We rode about 18 miles of pavement before hitting the wet mountain roads.
Thundershowers can change these roads within minutes from fun to impossible. Continue reading “Problem Solving yields safe riding on the Continental Divide Day 3”