Lookin’ good and based on future mod plans, only to get better. Have ridden the Blue Ridge but, not on the Bobber. It was many years ago. Three things I remember. One, it’s a beautiful road. Two, during high season, there are a LOT of cars and campers. So it can be very slow going which really minimizes the enjoyment. Three, and for a Bobber, most important, unless it’s changed, there are no services. So, you have to plan your route as far as exits for gas. At one point, our fuel light came on so, after riding some distance we took the first exit. To the left was a town almost 20 miles away, to the right a bit more. Ran out of fuel about two miles from the station. . I’m sure there are way better fuel options than that particular exit so, like I said, a little planning will go a long way. Google, which we didn’t have at that time, is your friend.