Well, not a lot of great news from the day 6 at the cannonball. The Team Seaba bike (and rider) had to be picked up by the chase truck. After riding in the cold rain most of the day, it happened. I lost the rear cylinder, not sure the problem yet. When we get back with the bike, we will pull the motor out tear it apart to see if we can get it going for tomorrow.
Team Seaba just finished day 6 at the cannonball. Got the bike put back together and had a good day with no bike troubles and great weather. We left Murdo, SD and after a short ride down the highway we rode
|When's the last time you shifted by hand?|
Thank god for a rest day. Both the bike and rider could use one, but the ride is not even half over yet.
After the supposed day off yesterday, working on the bike,and the box van then washed clothes, ect., we left Sturgis this morning at 8 am. Everything was going well, we were about 15 miles from lunch and a valve keeper broke on the front cylinder.We had spare valve parts with us in the saddlebag, so after a 10 min fix we were back on the road and on the lunch at Deluxe Harley Davidson. Once there, they fed us some wonderful barbeque and peach cobbler. Once we had a nice tour of their place, it was on to Sheridan, WY, the stopping point for today. So that will allow us time to work on the bike and get ready for Yellowstone tomorrow.
|Historic Irma Hotel in Cody, WY|
Some of Team Seaba's sponsors:
T-Fab Metal Fabrication
Cannonball Run Official website