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    Quote Originally Posted by kstoo View Post
    ...The lane is mine, pick the best of it.
    well said

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    Quote Originally Posted by kstoo View Post
    If you're gonna criticize my lack of judgment or lack of sense then you should first be advising me to not be steering with one hand while video recording with the other. I was proud of myself for not running that tractor-trailer off the road.
    I won't do that again. I promise.

    But seriously, I usually favor the left tire track while constantly evaluating the road condition. The lane is mine, pick the best of it.
    sorry , I was not meaning to critisize, I was just pointing out what I thought I saw adn my personal thoughts on the issue
    really, was not meaning to offend

    for me, in my part of the countrry, the center of a lane lane is alwasy the part that has stanindg water, or ice, mud,or road oil, oil no tnecesarily from cars/trucks but from the tar itself.
    however , if the weather ic clear, it can be the smoothest part of the road, as the tire track lanes from cars can be washboarded, and even grooved from snow chains and studded tires

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isamemon View Post
    sorry , I was not meaning to critisize, I was just pointing out what I thought I saw adn my personal thoughts on the issue
    really, was not meaning to offend

    for me, in my part of the countrry, the center of a lane lane is alwasy the part that has stanindg water, or ice, mud,or road oil, oil no tnecesarily from cars/trucks but from the tar itself.
    however , if the weather ic clear, it can be the smoothest part of the road, as the tire track lanes from cars can be washboarded, and even grooved from snow chains and studded tires
    You were not criticizing and I did not take it that way. Your comment was valid. You did not offend. You did catch me doing some really bad driving.

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    OK, things are patched up , back to some pics, snooty BMW-ridin' cat free of charge

    8.26.09 014.jpg

    This is my 1986 R80CS, 49K on the clock. I can't wait for spring!

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    Here's the 80CS from my last ride of the season (before winter set in) October 2009, climbing above the Kittitas Valley, just north of Ellensburg, WA:

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfaulkner68 View Post
    OK, things are patched up , back to some pics, snooty BMW-ridin' cat free of charge

    8.26.09 014.jpg

    This is my 1986 R80CS, 49K on the clock. I can't wait for spring!
    Purrfect! Someone had to say it.

    Beautiful bike and cat!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sfaulkner68 View Post
    OK, things are patched up , back to some pics, snooty BMW-ridin' cat free of charge

    8.26.09 014.jpg

    This is my 1986 R80CS, 49K on the clock. I can't wait for spring!
    How do you keep your BBQ's so clean? Wash 'em with the bike?
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    Well we better even out the airtime for dogs.....





    But seriously I can't wait for the day I get to go explore on this bad boy. After 3 months of cleaning, paint and rebuild I am ready to ride! Hopefully someday I will find a way for the pooch to come along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grahamm View Post
    Well we better even out the airtime for dogs.....



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    Man, that coat looks warm. No electrics needed.

    Very nice bike too.
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    ('09) Spring in the Adirondacks

    Brown grass, snow still in the mountains, can't wait!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kreidler View Post
    Brown grass, snow still in the mountains, can't wait!
    What a tastefully dressed 5. This picture looks like about 1970 somewhere in Italy or Austria or something.
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    Lie.

    Here is a picture of my /5 in northern Italy in 1973.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kstoo View Post
    What a tastefully dressed 5. This picture looks like about 1970 somewhere in Italy or Austria or something.
    I've owned this bike for 32 years and is still one of my favorite rides. It came with a Windjammer fairing, then it went Sport with Euro bars and even had a sidecar that
    one time but this is how it belongs.
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    Agreed, that is how that slash 5 belongs! Beautiful, another purrfect BMW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kreidler View Post
    I've owned this bike for 32 years and is still one of my favorite rides. It came with a Windjammer fairing, then it went Sport with Euro bars and even had a sidecar that
    one time but this is how it belongs.
    still drooling.
    Only I would modify my original comment because there were no side covers in 1970.
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