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    Spun the disc lock into the caliper on a medium...

    Spun the disc lock into the caliper on a medium sized Honda, tipped over, but no damage to the brakes. They must be tough enough to take these small hits or else you would hear about it.

    As noted...
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    I must come to the defense of the Sunshine State....

    I must come to the defense of the Sunshine State. Believe it or not, this is NOT typical of Florida riders!

    No, the typical sport bike rider would be wearing his helmet. However, 95% are also...
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    Impressive trip, no doubt with impressive...

    Impressive trip, no doubt with impressive planning. Living in south FLA, I feel the distance of the trip...we have to start any trip from the End Of The Earth.:) Glad you had a safe one, and...
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    Most excellent, dude!!

    Most excellent, dude!!
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    The lucky ones

    Stressed this week keeping up with work and hiring out some minor house remodeling. Wife convinced me to go camping with our son and some friends Friday night near the Everglades. Wonderful.
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    Saw this crazy two wheeled contraption that gets...

    Saw this crazy two wheeled contraption that gets infinite gas mileage.

    Called a bicycle. :)
  7. Thread: Bike Washing

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    Poll: Always clean the windscreen, especially when...

    Always clean the windscreen, especially when traveling. You may see through the bugs during the day but at night headlights through the bug splatters is not acceptable.

    Wash bugs off the fairing...
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    Posers ride even fewer miles. You're right on...

    Posers ride even fewer miles.

    You're right on one thing. A little kid is worth a million miles. :)
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    Amen. Hope everybody remembers that.

    Amen. Hope everybody remembers that.
  10. Thread: new server

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    Thanks, guys. Not pushing, just curious. ...

    Thanks, guys.

    Not pushing, just curious. Appreciate all the work on the computer end of things :clap
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    Are we there yet?

    Any target date for the new setup? This connection seems to run slower every day. Thought I was back on dial up. Just about to give up.
  12. Locally known as Taco Hell.

    Locally known as Taco Hell.
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    I had an XLCR. Don't ask me why, I was young and...

    I had an XLCR. Don't ask me why, I was young and foolish and uninformed. :doh But it was indeed cheap! And did have style--had it all done up with red pinstripes over that crazy blacked out design...
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    Thanks for the info. :thumb Don't make a habit...

    Thanks for the info. :thumb Don't make a habit of dropping, but the only two times my RT has been down was in the gravel/dirt, at the end of a travel day, in camps, tired....well those are stories...
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    I like mud

    You are a braver man than I. Tried a little of that on my RT in Mississippi mud earlier this summer but called it a day after only a short run. Not for me, no sir. Gimme pavement.

    But good on...
  16. Hills?

    I'm jealous, you lucky dog. We're stuck here in the humid flatland. Look at that--actual hills and green trees!

    Glad you are having a good summer. Thanks for the pix. :clap :clap :clap
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    Ok!

    Yeah, baby :thumb --think of the horsepower that must have!
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    Thanks

    Thanks for sharing your memories.

    And do write them down, if only for your son. I'm not that old, but have lived long enough (and you may have too) to see how the family tree grows and moves...
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    Also try the Anonymous book, I think there are...

    Also try the Anonymous book, I think there are local regulations listed there.
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    The red's a little much. Sure getting tired of...

    The red's a little much.

    Sure getting tired of the grey/white/bronze vehicles on the road now, though. A little color is fun.

    Anyone ever seen flames on a R1100RT? Is that considered over the...
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    Great ride! :clap Those Texas folks are OK (I'm...

    Great ride! :clap Those Texas folks are OK (I'm married to one).

    Maybe I'll meet you along the way next year. Big wind is everyday stuff in hurricane land--but come to think of it, I don't do...
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    Saw our first mosquitos yesterday, too. ...

    Saw our first mosquitos yesterday, too.

    Course, it was 82 degrees, not 28.

    Be glad to send them north. :D
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    An unexpected but appreciated essay. You can...

    An unexpected but appreciated essay.

    You can tell that you are aging when you start to go to more funerals than weddings. Best we can do is to support each other.

    Thanks.
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    Yeh. life is tough. Only made it to about 75...

    Yeh. life is tough. Only made it to about 75 today. :brow

    Downside is you have to swim and ride at the same time once the summer thunderstorms start. Talk to those guys in arizona and calif;...
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    Yep. Gators big. But they won't get you. Wait...

    Yep. Gators big. But they won't get you. Wait till you see the size of our coons! (Hide your food.) :uhoh Florida scary.
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