The OTHER White Meat.
Anyone have any experience parking your hog at Vegas hotels? Is secure parking available, or is it a lost bike waiting to happen?
All I can say is quality hotels have quality security. In addition to cameras, and uniformed guys in golf carts patrolling around, look for where the High Dollar cars are parked. Sometimes it's worth it to pay the Valet, and park it yourself in the valet area. It's a little more secure there than general parking. Another thing to keep in mind is the heat and lot surface. A lot of Vegas lots are black top, and in the heat the kickstand will sink in and the bike will topple. I've seen bikes fall over onto each other like dominoes in the Las Vegas heat. LVPD always park their bikes on the center stand so that WHEN the stand sinks in, it goes staight down and balances on the tires, not over on it's side.duhast said:Anyone have any experience parking your hog at Vegas hotels? Is secure parking available, or is it a lost bike waiting to happen?