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 on: Today at 01:32:25 AM 
Started by Maggie - Last post by Maggie
You got it Rich!

 2 
 on: April 24, 2018, 11:45:35 PM 
Started by Maggie - Last post by Greg
My degree isn't in any engineering discipline, but I have slept in many Holiday Inns.  My experience as a former motorcycle racer has taught me,though, sidewalls are not made to run on.




Not for a long period.  As you know, from your experiences, that using proper technique will get the bike around while keeping enough tread on the road so as not to pop the bead off the rim.

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 on: April 24, 2018, 11:41:51 PM 
Started by realbtl - Last post by Greg
That is good news.  Glad the new hip is working out, especially that you can swing your leg over the bike easier.

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 on: April 24, 2018, 11:39:42 PM 
Started by Maggie - Last post by Greg
The news is so sad these "days".  It seems to be all bad and tragic. The only shining light in the news of the past few days is that of how James Shaw Jr. wrestled the gun away from the Waffle House shooter, likely saving many lives in the process.

Prayers for the all the victims in both Toronto and Nashville.

Mike

+1

+2

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 on: April 24, 2018, 09:37:40 PM 
Started by Dan - Last post by Dan
Matter of fact, here is a photo of my Ninja... not the Versys  after I cleaned it this weekend.  This is a six year old bike with 24,000 miles on it and it looks just spiffy.  Just used a can of Honda Spray Cleaner and Polish.


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 on: April 24, 2018, 09:31:15 PM 
Started by Dan - Last post by Dan
Dan, sorry about calling the Versys a Ninja.   I should and do know better.  Even after loosing all of my weight, I still have no desire to wash my own bike.  There's a hand car wash down the street from my house who will do it for $7.00 and a tip, maybe ten bucks all in.  Sometimes I'll take a can of pledge and clean the tupperware, but that's about all my laziness will allow for.

I just couldn't agree more, it's time for new destinations!

Please don't apologize, I meant it all in good fun.  I actually don't use water to clean either of my bikes.  I use Honda spray cleaner and polish along with two rags.  The cleaner rag for the windscreen, plastics and gauges.  The dirtier rag for the wheels, engine bits and frame.  Works great, it's relatively quick and not as messy a job overall.

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 on: April 24, 2018, 09:26:35 PM 
Started by Maggie - Last post by gurock1
Hey Maggie, I'll take it.  Just send me a PM with the paypal address that you want the money sent to and we can work it from there.  It looks like I lost my weight to get down to the weight that Pete was at before he lost his weight.  I have a lot of fat guy gear that I need to get rid of, but I've been too lazy to do what you are doing.

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 on: April 24, 2018, 09:21:36 PM 
Started by realbtl - Last post by realbtl
Yesss! Only about 50 miles as a get in shape ride. So far nothing out of the normal except it is much easier to swing my leg over.  I'm always a bit sore after the first few rides every season.  48 when I was out this morning, high 60s/low 70s in the afternoons this week.

And I still love this GSX-S1000 and with the bar end mirrors I can actually see what's behind me.




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 on: April 24, 2018, 09:13:50 PM 
Started by Dan - Last post by gurock1
Dan, sorry about calling the Versys a Ninja.   I should and do know better.  Even after loosing all of my weight, I still have no desire to wash my own bike.  There's a hand car wash down the street from my house who will do it for $7.00 and a tip, maybe ten bucks all in.  Sometimes I'll take a can of pledge and clean the tupperware, but that's about all my laziness will allow for.

I just couldn't agree more, it's time for new destinations!

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 on: April 24, 2018, 08:16:45 PM 
Started by Maggie - Last post by Maggie
Pete's 80 pound loss is forcing sale on this like new jacket.  Has all the liners etc.  This jacket retailed for $210.


Selling for 39.99 plus flat rate shipping in large postal box for 18.00.  Have it listed on line for more, this is the Maxi Scoot special ;)

Can take PayPal or make other payment arrangements.


Tour Master Intake Air 2 Jacket - Details
Armor link mesh material and 600 denier Carbolex combined with 1680 denier ballistic polyester in the impact areas creating a well ventilated garment that provides exceptional protection
Comfortable, mandarin style collar
360 Phoslite reflective piping and Tour masters signature reflective rear triangle help increase nighttime visibility
Microfiber lined collar and cuffs are soft yet durable
Adjustable, elastic and snap sleeve take up straps at the forearm and biceps help secure elbow armor and material
Removable C.E. approved armor at the elbow and shoulder with an articulated triple density back protector
Aqua-Therm two stage waterproof and insulated liner can be configured or removed to best match comfort needs
Zippered chest map pockets, hand warmer pockets, internal media pocket and mobile media pocket
Adjustable waist belts with TPR pulls help to fine tune the fit
Includes a jacket/pant zipper attachment with the pant side included


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