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Reid. Wow. Looks like you had some ride! Sorry I missed you; Mitch and I showed up yesterday morning in the fog and rain. Opted to ride over to Andes for some Cha Cha Hut BBQ. Didn't make it back to...
What kind of setup are you running? I'm on a wireless mac laptop and just loaded the HP in less than 3 seconds.
I understand that the web architect, who's also the designer and developer (same...
You and your bikes will be absolutely fine in NY. Believe me. :)
Find a suitable hotel room in midtown. There are thousands of rooms at decent rates.
Park your bikes in Rising Wolf Garage down...
I'm reading "Empire" by Gore Vidal, which deals with America's emergence as an "Empire" after the Spanish-American war, WR Hearst and Teddy Roosevelt. Not as brilliant as "Burr" and "Lincoln", but...
Hey Bob! Holy Mackerel, man, we've got the same bike! (Alpine White/2010/1200GS/cross-spoke wheels).
Great skid plate and glare guard application. Looking forward to riding with you again! :thumb
Steve, these images are a terrific help and (I think) the only visual example of their kind on this forum.
This is exactly what I was looking for! Thanks! :thumb
Steve, many thanks for your response! If anyone has any pictures, like Rich asks, above, that would be extremely helpful too. Thanks again. :thumb
I've done Hyper-Lite LED Flashers on my old K75 and it was a breeze and a half, but I'd like to install a set on my R1200GS and I am confused about a number of issues, since...
Looks like almost any sportbike rider on the West Side Highway or the FDR in New York City to me. The lens/camera makes it look a bit faster then it probably was, I think, but there is a certain art...
Na, just kidding, but Leon Russell and Robert Wyatt are starting to look eerily alike nowadays.
I won't be attending, but please buy a T-shirt from Friedle and give him a hearty thanks for his outstanding work and efforts for this event.
Music I grew up on/with (and still listen to). :thumb
Currently jamming on the latest from Teddybears.
This is appropriately just north of The Culinary Institute of America (my alma mater). :thumb
Thanks for the links. I saw the same ones when I posted on ADV a few days ago. While the pictorial one is a good tutorial on disassembling the expansion sleeve from the box itself it doesn't show...
You know, the band before Peter Gabriel left....
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Does anyone know how the remove the Lid from a Vario side case?
+1 Yes, Sportster. :thumb
Just writing a little something for the October ON.
Was reminiscing about how Paul started the "Big Gig" in 06... His great first thread on the subject can be read here.
Did a lot of camping as a teenager with and without my family. After we were married, over 20 years ago, my wife and I traveled, trekked and tent-camped in many national and state parks, out West....
+1. I will never forget meeting him for the first time, after the MOA '06 Vermont rally. We met in Nassau, NY, SE of Albany and he took me riding around the towns and state parks of Washington...
Thank you Muriel. You said it beautifully. I just got the news, too.
Paul will be sadly missed.
Welcome, Carl. That's a really nice bike. I used to have a K75 and loved it. Enjoy.
I've never, ever seen you so giddy about a K75, Rob. You ok? :ha