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    I totally agree about group riding. If I know the...

    I totally agree about group riding. If I know the other riders, I'm more likely to do it. However, in a group of folks I don't know, Im more likely to pass on it.

    I just took a free class offered...
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    This is it for now on this MacBook. I change them...

    This is it for now on this MacBook. I change them often based on what catches my eye. Look in the middle of the graphic, it sort of grows a bit.
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    I think he's using kilometers instead of miles. I...

    I think he's using kilometers instead of miles. I just converted 13,000K to miles and got just over 8,000 miles. On my GS, I'm getting great mileage out of Michelin Anakee IIs. They are good for...
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    Thanks for the heads up. I thought my browser was...

    Thanks for the heads up. I thought my browser was wonky.
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    I've owned five Beemers since 1993: 1984...

    I've owned five Beemers since 1993:



    1984 R100: great bike, introduced me to BMWs
    1995 R1100GS: first oiilhead, great bike, someone tried to take me out on it, totalled :(
    1996 R1100R :...
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    I have tried several windshields on my GS. For...

    I have tried several windshields on my GS. For me, the large BMW shield works best. I have the stock one, a Givi A330 and a short Cee Bailey's sitting on a shelf at home. I don't think BMW offers the...
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    Another alternative is the SW Motech bars...

    Another alternative is the SW Motech bars that Twisted Throttle sells. I have a set of the lower bars on my GS as well as their accessory light mount. Both work as advertised.
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    Be quick!

    A set of black Jesse Bags just showed up on the Flea Market.

    Seller: birderbiker(MOA #101176)
    E-mail: bdixon@xmission.com
    Phone: 435-752-6830
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    +1 on the Jesse Bags. They are large enough for a...

    +1 on the Jesse Bags. They are large enough for a 12 pack and a bag of groceries in each case. I went with them due to having a "lunch box" on the left side of my old K12RS. I wanted capacity. They...
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    I love my R1200GS. I don't fear dirt roads on it...

    I love my R1200GS. I don't fear dirt roads on it since there isn't as much body work to replace in case of a spill. It's a blast to ride and will tackle any road I want to ride.

    The GS is great if...
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    I added a set of Fastway F3 pegs...

    I added a set of Fastway F3 pegs to my '09 GS. They work great for me. There are some awesome (but spendy) pegs called Roc Stompas that are Australian. They look really sweet.

    Look on the Parts...
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    I'm getting about 40-42 mpg just riding around....

    I'm getting about 40-42 mpg just riding around. The bike has Jesse Bags. I think it would be more if I had the Varios or rode without bags.

    I found a good FAQ while looking around the Gspot on...
  13. I'm not sure why the low GS version would be...

    I'm not sure why the low GS version would be excluded. With a little work on the part, it should fit just fine.

    Have you looked at Kildala products? Here is a link to his Vendors thread on ADV...
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    I really love The Refused Party Program. The last...

    I really love The Refused Party Program. The last minute of the song is really fun to crank up extremely loud.
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    It was a very cool documentary. I learned a lot...

    It was a very cool documentary. I learned a lot about Patty's life. The cameo appearances of folks from the Detroit and NYC rock/art worlds made it even more interesting. She seems like a very nice...
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    Poll: It was during one of the twice a season snows...

    It was during one of the twice a season snows where nearly an inch and a half fell. Funny thing is, life still goes on and you have to get where you're going. Here in the Triangle, half that much...
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    From today's Shuffle

    We've been busier than one-armed paperhanger at work lately. I just put iTunes on shuffle. These are the songs I liked best today.


    Roky Erickson ÔÇô Reverberation (Doubt)
    Lime Spiders...
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    Bosch and Duchamp come to mind

    I have loved the Garden of Earthly Delights (Hieronymous Bosch, 1503-04) since I first saw a poster of it in high school. It's chock full of jokes.


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    On the way home I grooved to Arcade Fire:...

    On the way home I grooved to Arcade Fire: Neighborhood (Tunnels). It really helped minimize the rain. :)
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    Genius is fine...

    Before I left work I listened to a set including these tracks:

    Teenage Fanclub ÔÇô I Don't Want Control of You
    Brian Eno ÔÇô Little Fishes
    Big Star ÔÇô My Life Is Right
    The...
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    Tweets and Social Networking

    Crow, I'm with you about phones. I prefer to keep in touch via email or in person. Since I joined Facebook, I've reconnected with a bunch of folks. I also have a Twitter account. For the most part I...
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    Poll: '67 Beetle here

    I drove a white '67 Type 1 for a couple years prior to getting my first BMW. Since it was the last of the older style bodies with the new in '67 fenders, decklid, and 12v electrics, I got a vanity...
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    I also have a Phantom suit and Gerbings jacket...

    I also have a Phantom suit and Gerbings jacket liner. I wanted the wires to go out through the left pocket but didn't want to cut a hole that would fray. I solved it by having my tailor (Connie...
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    First bike I ever rode was a friend's new 1973...

    First bike I ever rode was a friend's new 1973 Yamaha 100. Stalled it in a field since I had no clue how the brakes or clutch worked. I was 11-years-old.

    1980 Vespa P200E < first bike (1985-1987)...
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    Nice photo

    That is cool. What is the app called? My wife would probably dig it.
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