Just Cruise – Honda Goldwing – MotoGeo Adventures
MotoGeo takes the Honda Goldwing for a cruise around the southern Sierra Nevada’s and then onto the coast for a sunset ending.
Moto + Adventure = MotoGeo
Gear featured in this video:
- Jacket: Alpinestars Atem Leather Jacket
- Gloves: Alpinestars Oscar Robinson Gloves
- Shoes: Alpinestars San Diego Shoes
- Pants: Alpinestars Hellcat Tech Denim Jeans
- Backpack: Alpinestars Rover
- Helmet: Arai
- T-shirt: MotoGeo
- Rider Communication: Scala Rider Packtalk
- Cooking Stove: Jetboil MiniMo Cooking System
- Tent: REI Half Dome 2
- Sleeping Bag: REI Flash Sleeping Bag
- Sleeping Pad: REI Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Trekker Sleeping Pad
- Motorbike: 2015 Honda Goldwing
Music by: Audio Network
Jamie Robinson — “After the high speed thrills of Pikes Peak, I thought I would go after the total opposite for my next adventure. So I got the most luxurious motorcycle on the planet, the Honda Goldwing, and then set off on a no-rush cruise around the southern Sierra Nevadas.
Once I arrived at Lake Isabella, it was time for lunch and after asking the locals where I could get a big tasty burger, there was only one place to go. And yes, of course, and with no remorse, I ordered the biggest burger they served…as for this adventure, I didn’t have to worry about the power to weight ratio.
Leaving town was where the real two-wheel fun began as now it was time to take the big Honda Goldwing trail riding as I checked out Lake Isabella.
After riding the dusty trails, it was then time to hit the fantastic twisty roads of the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas, which provided me with nonstop corners, solitude, and many beautiful views as we cruised towards the summit.
Hitting the twisties was a great way to get to know the Goldwing and at the end of the day, after enjoying a gorgeous sunset, it was then time to find a place to camp and get close to nature.
So yesterday, we took the giant Honda Goldwing for a cruise, got out of the millions of people of Los Angeles, and here we are in the heart of the Sequoia National Forest. There is nobody around, the roads are fantastic.
Today we’re going to head towards the coast and we’re going to go through Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo, and end our day at Pismo Beach. I can’t wait.
The best thing about taking the lesser traveled road is you never know what you’re going to find. But believe me, you always find things of interest, no matter which direction you go.
Both Kern and San Luis Obispo County didn’t disappoint. There was lots to see and stop for as I left the sequoia trees behind me and cruised towards the coast.
We made it to San Luis Obispo, it’s lunchtime and I’ve gone for the biggest thing on the menu. Tri-tip. Ha, ha!
So here we are at Pismo Beach. Pay your daily fee and you can ride all the way down the coast, right on the beach, right next to the sea.
Cruising down the beach at sunset. Woo hoo! Motorbikes, the ticket to your dreams.”