When you see these signs with posted speeds on the route it's best to heed them. Unfortunately I don't have any pictures of the switchbacks because I was too busy riding them. You will just have to take my word on this, it was AWESOME! In most spots it is too narrow and too dangerous to park the bike and walk back to take pictures. I need to get a ram mount for a camera it plunk the GoPro in my helmet.
At one point I had my bike leaned so far over in a tight switchback that it felt like I was parallel to the ground and my peg was scraping and all I could think was "Wow this is me riding this bike?!" I will always remember that moment.
We stopped at the Visitors Centre to relax and eat. It is everything a small town is famous for quaint and friendly.
Finally the end if the journey is back down the Island Highway to home.
Yesterday I rode 259 kilometres which is about 161 miles. It may not sound like a lot but when it is on twisty roads with lots of switchbacks it's enough.
Today I am kicking back and chilling out. Hmmm I wonder where my next moto mama adventure will take me, I know there will be twisties involved. :) heart singing with anticipation.