On Thu, 12 Jun 1997 GMGoodman@aol.com wrote:
> Call me crazy, but I just came in from a ride in the B that I got a kick out
You're not crazy, but the average driver will think you are...
> It started to rain. I kept going faster till the cockpit stayed dry. It's
> pretty neat when youre outside in the rain but don't get wet. I suppose the
> speed would have to be increased the harder it rained. Just one of those
Nope, just try to plan your route to stay above 35 mph. As your speed
drops below 35, you get progressively wetter. It's the damnned red
lights that get you. The stop signs are no big deal. Have fun!!
TTUL8r, Kirk Cowen (who carries a rag for his glasses 'cause he's too
lazy to stop and put the top up when he's caught
in a rain storm on the way home)