In North Dakota between Mitchell, South Dakota, and Bismarck, on the actual Lewis and Clark trail. "You may notice the windshield stanchions on the fork. We were fighting 60-mph winds and the combination was hard on the bikes. I was following in the van the day before, going up a long hill and watching, thinking, 'Man, that bike sure is running clean,' when all of a sudden I see the rear wheel hopping. The pipes were blue. I pulled a pipe and the piston rings were porridge. I reworked that bike that night in Mitchell in the campground. The next day I broke it in carefully, and that motorcycle went on for the rest of the trip."