Monday, April 9, 2012

Humber College - Easter Weekend Basic Course

Yes...officially the 2012 motorcycle season began last weekend with the first Humber basic weekend course

This weekend, again, a full complement...eighty students

A chilly 2*C Saturday morning turned out to be a very pleasant abundance of blue sky

After a balmy Easter Sunday morning, dark sinister clouds to the north started to roll in accompanied by gusty winds...arrrgh!

We received no rain but the temps dropped precipitously during testing...brrrrrr!

All in all a fantastic weekend, weather wise, compared to the previous one...Yippie!

"Let the good times roll!"


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