Fiestatistics

Cottonwood Pass

My full Fiestamovement recap is still brewing, so here’s my fiestamovement experience by the numbers…

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  • Davey G. Johnson

    Final Mileage: 36,000 exactly
    Longest road trip: 2,494 miles one way
    Days with Fiesta: 225 ( Avg 160 miles per day)
    Fiesta Riders: 14
    Fiesta Riders on Twitter: 5
    States: 17 (CA, OR, NV, UT, WY, CO, NE, IA, IL, IN, OH, PA, NY, NJ, AZ, TX, NM)
    Horsepower: Improved with age, dissipated with exhaust leak.
    Missions completed: 6
    Tires used: 4
    Animals Hit: Groundhog and rabbit confirmed. Plus, countless suicidal rodents in the Nevada desert.
    National Parks Visited: 3 (Rocky Mountain, Grand Canyon, Monument)
    Oil Changes: 2
    Kegs Transported: 0
    Hidden GPS Tracking units broken: 1
    14ers: 0 (Drove past Pikes and Whitney, though. Highest elevation was 10,600 on US 550)
    Keys lost at SDF: 0
    Times run out of gas: 1
    Wheels Destroyed: 1
    Nights slept in Fiesta: 1 — Council Bluffs, IA
    Hitchhikers Picked up: 2
    Speeding Tickets: 2

  • http://pmerrill.com/ paul merrill

    Love it!

    The Triumph is way faster – but ya gotta admit, the Fiesta is better in the snow.

  • http://devin.reams.me/ Devin Reams

    I love stats!

  • http://msherrwhenonline.com Ms. Herr / @MsHerr

    My vicariatisitcs consist of unknown number of miles, 1 day, 2 riders, 2 riders on Twitter, 1 state (CO) and 1 national park (Rocky Mountain). Enjoyed every minute of it! Thanks Jeremy. :)

  • http://twitter.com/joshmishell josh mishell

    Happy to know that @FlyingDog could be along for part of the journey, Jeremy! Love the stats.

  • http://briandewitt.org Brian

    Cool stats!! Nice find on the gps trackers. I wonder if @Stammy found any as well.

    Since its returned, I can’t ride in it. :( And since I can’t ride in it, I guess there’s no reason for me to every visit Boulder. :p