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Rush Hour in LA

Discussion in 'Ride Reports' started by argiwhomp, May 28, 2011.

  1. argiwhomp

    argiwhomp Just got it firing!

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    I advise anyone who is looking for a new riding experience to do rush hour in LA. Splitting lanes in this city at this time is a blast! It helps to get the ECU flash, PCV and autotune etc but not a requirement...

    Oh yeah, the twisty roads in and around Malibu are interesting too!
     
  2. falcor

    falcor Tuned and Synch'ed GT Famiglia

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    Now having ridden in and around LA for three years (added to my riding since 1997) I have to say I find riding in other cities / states that don't allow lane splitting to be kind of sad and boring. And yes, getting up to the almost secret GuzziTech Lab in the mountains is very fun with the winding roads. I like to joke to Todd that it is a tool to limit only experienced riders to being able to visit.
     

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