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    Quote Originally Posted by redclfco View Post
    Minnesota. Enough said about the temps we have here in land o sweden

    What gets me worse here in the Northland is the lack of sunlight

    Daylight savings time screws with the head...
    Now instead of my usual wake up at 5:15, my head wakes up at 4:15...

    Can't sleep, Freezen cold...brrrr.

    But you're still riding, right? That's what counts!

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    Randy Kasal

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    Quote Originally Posted by rkasal View Post
    But you're still riding, right? That's what counts!

    Regards,


    Randy Kasal
    Yep, no ice yes means we still disco in the street no matter how cold! Got the GS in for a new set of rubber though, back riding tomorrow!

    Red

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    open moan

    What gets me worse here is the...lack of sunlight..Redclfco
    We'll have to start an MOA chapter of SADS sufferers.

    Rinty

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    Am in NW Ont,above Minn., just got back from RIDING to town,rides are gettin'shoter these days..
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    This morning, it was 22F with winds at 10 to 15. Didn't see another motorcycle on the road besides mine. Saw a lot of HD stickers in windows but that was it. Someone said I must be a motorcycle "nut" to be riding in this weather.

    Yep.

    But I replied that with the heated vest and gear I had on, I really wasn't any colder than in my Euro sedan with automatic climate control and heated seats. She just shook her head.

    I get the same type of comments when it's 95 degrees. It always seems to be either too hot or too cold for some people to consider riding. Makes one wonder how the pioneers ever left Europe.

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    Randy Kasal

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    open moan

    It got back up to 60 yesterday, and about 50 today, so the snow's all gone.

    So I don't have to worry about it for a few more days.....

    Rinty

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    Quitcherbitchen, we ride when we can and enjoy it.
    Was 40 F here late this afternoon, ok, not so cold but no windscreen and just a leather jacket on the ET4. Running to get a haircut and errands, it was delightfully refreshing. Yes ok ok, no helmet no blah blah ATTGAT, gimme a break.
    I'm going to ride when I can this year, I guess the solution to the puzzle is: gear up for the weather or don't whine.

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