Thanks for all the info. man, I really appreciate everything. How is the riding in Belgium?
No problem bro... that's why we're on the boards, to help other folks out.
Haha, you ask how is the riding? Honestly... I don't know yet. I JUST got notification that my HHG arrived in Country TODAY, (which my bikes are in that HHG shipment. I will receive the shipment on the 27th.
Until then, I can't comment, but I know that driving here is INSANE bro. Quite a bit of elevation change (different from FL) and LOTS of curves and sweepers (different from FL as well) many different traffic laws that can get you smoked in the blink of an eye, and TONS of shytty drivers (not so different from FL at all) I'm actually not very familiar with ANY of the local roads, so I have to meet up with the guys I work with and have them drag me around. Looks like it'll be a really good time here.
Two things that I noticed that are absolutely different though.
1. Barely anyone here rides without leathers on a sportbike here.
2. Bikes DO NOT obey the speed limit here. AT ALL. Because the police (at least where I am) do not do "traffic stops" they deal with "real" crimes and shyt. So you can pretty much go as fast as you want, and not have any problems.
Another cool thing I found out about today, theres a track about 10 mins from from my place another 1 hours south, another 2 hours north, and a handful within 5 hours drive, and quite a few more within an 8 hour drive.. Haha, I am gonna go broke over here because of that, but it's gonna be cool as shyt. a few of them to mention... Donnigiton Park and Cadwell Park in the UK, Assen in Holland, Spa in Belgium, Nurburgring and Sachsonring in Germany, Monza in Italy, and Estoril in Spain. World renown tracks all within a few hours travel man. It's gonna be a really cool 4 years man.