I soiled my pants.
I don't know where. I don't know why. But I know I want to ride it.
//edit - I now know where:
The Los Caracoles Pass, between Chile and Argentina, is a winding road that is snow-covered most of the year and boasts some of the steepest slopes - called 'switchbacks' - in the world. Naturally, as with most of the "dangerous roads on Earth", there are no guard rails to catch you if your car careens off the road. With the Andes Mountains looming and the hairpin turns a dime a dozen, I'd need a year's supply of Dramamine to get through this journey.