It’s almost time for the final wash down and oil change before we put the bikes to rest for the winter. Here in Denmark there’s no more than ten hours of light a day now. That pretty much excludes riding on work days, unless it’s just for transport purposes.But yesterday (Sun, Okt, 30) the weather was perfect for riding and we had the whole day for a last tour of the season. Someone got the idea that we should ride up and take a trip with a small ferry crossing the Isefjord inlet. We took the back roads north to the ferry, and after we crossed the inlet it got dark and we took the larger roads and freeway back to Copenhagen. There’s no better ways to spend a Sunday, than a trip like that. We spent like 5-6 hours on the trip and rode about 190 km (118 miles). We met a lot of other motorcycles on our way, seemed like most of the Danish motorcycle community was having a blast of a Sunday.