Just got home from a long 260+ mile ride with the Oregon Scooter club over the McKenzie pass here in Oregon. Not a huge turnout of scooters but we did have 6, which isn't a bad sized group.

Great weather, great ride. My new windscreen (Fabbri) works GREAT, I do almost wish I had a taller one to reduce wind noise, however even this one can be a bit warm when the temperature rises... I was a little warm on the ride up, as we got up into the mountains I became comfortable, and it's was a little cool on the ride down until we got back into the valley.

This ride took us from about 300' elevation, up to over 5000' and back down again.

The MP3 drew a lot of attention as always. there were a LOT of bikes on this road... apparently come to find out it's considred one of the best bike rides in all of Oregon (who knew), I'd deffinately say it was nice, especially the final windy trip to the sumit and observatory.

Google Map of the route: http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&hl=en&oe=UTF8&msa=0&msid=111125961912292430466.000472544232f5cda5457&num=200&ll=44.461231,-122.846375&spn=1.350625,3.834229&z=9

More photos can be seen on my Flickr page including a very cool USMC paint job on a big bike (Harley?)

The Group of Scooters... 3 of the 6 were Vespa/Piaggio, 2 SYM, and one Suzuki Burgman.

This shot of the front of my MP3 turned out well I think, behind it is a BV250 belonging to GIN.