If the silliest thing done after going through months of a Canadian Winter is putting the MOA sticker on your rear wheel, you have a much more stable mind than I.
I salute your sanity, sir.
'04 Silver R1150RT "Big Oel". '05 Yellow KLR 650
'00 Red Suzuki Bandit 600
'65 Allstate/Puch 250 twingle
"I just want somewhere to ride and food when I get there."
Your bike is now "one of a kind" and certainly worth more as a collectible than a daily rider.
BTW, Don't you dust your wheels? Most anal retentive BMW owners wouldn't even think of posting a picture where you can see a hand print in the wheel dust.
(Removing tongue from cheek now)
Won't winter ever end???
Ride Well, Ride Often, Ride to
Charter Member "High Town" crew.
I wouldn't necessarily categorize myself as an "anal retentive BMW owner"...
Hmmm, would using a dental tool and toothbrush on your radiator fins count?...not after every ride, of course. Just once every week or two...naah, never mind.
MSF RiderCoach, Sport Bike Coach, Track Junkie, IBA, MSTA, AMA, HRCA, Factor Demo Rider
2012 BMW R1200GS, 2013 Ducati Hypermotard SP, 1990 Honda GB500TT
Helmetless riders=Darwinism in action.
I think the sticker is just fine! I make them myself as I make signs and I made the regular roundel (blue, black, white) using reflective and put it in the same place on my 99RT so yeah your a genius!
I rarely clean my bike as it rains much of the time and I bought it to ride not be a garage queen.
Brian - Everett, WA
99 R1100RT - Got Kewl-Aid? IBA - SS1K's, BBG
I started out with nothing and I still have most of it left!
What's a chicken strip???