Here's the trouble we had on the imogene pass. My buddy was behind me about a 1/4 mile or so coming up imogene. On the way up i had to switch to reserve and when i was coming up the last stretch to the top i noticed it was getting dark quick. Well i look over and all i could see was cloud and it hit me just as i reached the top so i stopped there to wait on my friend. Its starts raining cats and dogs then hailing dime size and lighting "not good at 13,000 + feet so i crouch down on the side of the hill and wait like 20 minutes. He never shows up so i go back down a turn or to too look for him. The hill gets pretty steep so i turn around because i dont wanna run out of gas. So i ride 8 plus miles down the other side in the pouring rain to get gas and when i got there i was freezing. I totally forgot my friend is one of those guys who gets super nervous if he sees a storm cloud and he hides in his basement. Well at almost 13,000 feet we basically had a panic attack when the clouds came in and he got off of his bike and wouldnt ride it. While i was at the gas station he calls me from some guys phone and gets a ride down in the jeep "im glad he called wben he did, i was getting gas and going back for him." So he meets me at the station we both get on my bike and i try to go back up and its getting dark and he starts freaking and about starts crying so i ride to a bed and breakfast and we get a room. Next morning we load up "about 400lbs countjng all the gear and i take him all the way up to the top on the tw. He only had to get off and walk maybe three times on a few short steep sections. Thats with stock jetting and 14/47 sprockets. I couldnt believe we made it all the way up there. The lady at the hotel took this pic and she was laughing the whole time. Probably because we are two hillbillys from indiana riding together on a bike in a high class ski town. Yah we got some weird looks!