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Old 11-08-2012, 10:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 12-27-2012, 08:38 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Christmas is over

Christmas is over, time to start working on my bikes to get them ready for riding season.

Hey, does anybody do a new years day ride? Its cold here 22 degrees today.

Some time ago I rode new years day -15 degrees COLD - had to cover the radiator completely to keep my baby warm!

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His bio says nothing about a harley. Those hondas and yamahas have radiators. LoL.
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Old 12-27-2012, 10:46 PM   #5 (permalink)
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His bio says nothing about a harley. Those hondas and yamahas have radiators. LoL.
Yeah, I looked. Some people's kids, huh?

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Old 01-03-2013, 08:47 AM   #6 (permalink)
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You know, there's nothing wrong with radiators! and no I don't own a v-twin, but I do love two wheels.

Motorcycling is the perfect sport. You have pistons and wind combined by alchemy into a compound of pure freedom.
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Well we have all heard that saying, you git to start some where. *** bikes are nice to start with. Not everyone can start with a nice real harley bike.... wouldnt be bustin ballz but im fealin frisky today... plus its a hd forum, not i like all bikes forum.... lol.... nice to have you as a sponsor.
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You know, there's nothing wrong with radiators! and no I don't own a v-twin...
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Bikes are a funny thing, - you never know what’s around the corner.

Crash Alert could save your life.

Its smart, If anything goes wrong with Crash Alert during normal standby operation, it will let you know.

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Our purpose is to provide some extra insurance and maybe save a riders life in the event of a crash.

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Any popular rides you like?

Photo: Madison Indiana - lots of curves here!

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I know twins don't encounter this much but!

Ever loose your generator while riding some distance away?
Well yes it would happen to me!, and only 220 miles away from home. With all the accessories installed on my bikes, heated grips, aux lights, heated seat, radar, espresso maker “ha!” My dashboard first goes blank, and all of a sudden my bike dies in the middle of nowhere! What do you do? In the old days of carbs you could roll start your bike. Today with fuel injection & other electronics you need the charging system to ride. What do you do when this happens?

This happened to me last summer, my idea was to buy a car battery and replacement battery cables, install them across the bike battery and drive it home. Its easy and it only took 1 hour. I returned the battery and cables after I got back safely.

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Last weeks ride was COLD!!! But no snow on the road.

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