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    ride safe this spring summer fall and enjoy ------RandyAttachment 83757
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    Ditto, stay safe and ride like everyone in a cage is out to run you over (better chances that way)...

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    Looking forward to a good season. Friend of mine and I on the Canadian side of Lake Superior. We're heading N.W. this summer, have fun.
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    I have to AGREE it is crazy out there. Gotta keep your eyes open all the time. NICE PICS-NICE BACKGROUND VIEW

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    This is me last year. Bike is getting the bottom end rebuilt now :(


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    Quote Originally Posted by boston1450 View Post
    I have to AGREE it is crazy out there. Gotta keep your eyes open all the time. NICE PICS-NICE BACKGROUND VIEW
    We always try to travel the old highways and the lonely roads. Here's a shot of a looooooonnnng piece of pavement somewhere in Wyoming, heading to Yellowstone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smglbrth View Post

    Ditto, stay safe and ride like everyone in a cage is out to run you over (better chances that way)...
    Quote Originally Posted by boston1450 View Post
    I have to AGREE it is crazy out there. Gotta keep your eyes open all the time.
    It works in the opposite way too. There are some folks who have no business being on motorcycles.
    If you can't hear a difference, don't waste your money.

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    A fellow ADVer from Britain was rambling through America and stopped by a couple of time for overnight stays. She has been literally all over the world on that old Bimmer...












    Ugh...I could go on forever...
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    I may have an addiction... RTA-15TL, SDA 2, LSi25, LSi15, LSi9, LSi7, LSiCx2, LSiFX, LS/FX, RT/FX, DSW MP2000...and that's just the Polks...

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    Quote Originally Posted by decal View Post
    It works in the opposite way too. There are some folks who have no business being on motorcycles.
    So very true, there are also a lot of folks who have no business being in a vehicle armed with a cell phone.
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    SoCal rider here. Hopefully I'll get this beast done before summer.

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    Attachment 83768Nice. Id kill myself on one of those. My son parks his bike here. I get it ready every year. I test drive it. I my legs get all messed up. Lol. Use to the forward controls i guess..my youngest heard my bike start up a week ago. Early that day around 8:30 she threw her clothes on. Hauled ars downstairs and said wheres my helmet dad...i had to call insurance company because Maine i park it.20 mins later we were on the road....she has been riding on the bike since 6months old..no almost 18 n grown up...this pic is when she was 7-8 BOOTHBAY HARBOR MAINE

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    gce-------- that there is one sweet ride. Nice........ ? Is that hard on the back. Most people look at my APES and they think its uncomfortable. But when they sit on it they say not bad...so im thinking thats the same there....nice set up------ i would love to have 10 bikes. All different. Nice HYABUSA maybe Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by boston1450 View Post
    ride safe this spring summer fall and enjoy ------RandyAttachment 83757
    Classiest one of them all Well,except for maybe Zltful's Multi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boston1450 View Post
    gce-------- that there is one sweet ride. Nice........ ? Is that hard on the back. Most people look at my APES and they think its uncomfortable. But when they sit on it they say not bad...so im thinking thats the same there....nice set up------ i would love to have 10 bikes. All different. Nice HYABUSA maybe Lol
    Thanks boston, This is a 01 Road Star that turned 100k. It was a bagger but I decided to go a different way. I haven't ridden her yet like this but she is a softtail and with the spring solo set it shouldn't be a problem...we'll see!
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    Put a whole lot of ~10 miles on my first ride this season on Saturday... Finished working on the bike and wanted to take it for a spin... Damn it was cold (no heated gear either).

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratster View Post
    Classiest one of them all Well,except for maybe Zltful's Multi.
    Dawwwww...yer makin' me blush.
    I have to say, having ridden since I was 11 in some form or another and having owned well over 100 bikes in those 27 years, I have to say that the Multi is the *best* all around bike I have ever ridden.
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    My wife and i were out one day and it was 26 degrees and then it started to snow....not a good day to be out..now were older so we draw the line under 40 degrees. Lol

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    I rode a 305 superhawk from Chicago to Los Angeles in 1967 along route 66, rented a hotel room in Huntington Beach, bought a surfbord then went through San Francisco during the summer of love on my way back. Used hose clamps and bailing wire to get by until the next honda shop a few times but it was well worth it.


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    Yesterday was a very nice riding day here, but today was even better. I logged about 125 miles in the saddle of my little hot rod, the longest ride so far this spring...

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    I've been riding for 10 yrs now, some good track days in between. Not much track days anymore just street riding when I have time to take my bike out.

    Couple of my toys....

    My old f4


    my new Gixxer

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    Good thread! And love that Multistrada. Here's me on my FJR.

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    We finally have some great riding weather here in Maryland!

    Ride safe everyone!
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    Navigating the "attache a file" feature is interesting, perhaps there's an improvement is in our future?

    Anywho, I've had several off-road and enduros along the way. This was my 1st road bike. I clocked 19,000 mile the first year . . .

    Tons-O-Fun . . . I highly recommend exploring the open-road (with caution)

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    Mine doesn't play well with pavement
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    DAVID R do you still have that bike today thats a nice looking bike there. They made some good bikes back in the day..now they try to make them too Harleyish i think. Not that there not good bikes. But the CB models which i really liked and you still see alot out today still..it seemed with the gas prices going up that people are pulling those vintage bikes out of barns..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherardp View Post
    I've been riding for 10 yrs now, some good track days in between. Not much track days anymore just street riding when I have time to take my bike out.

    Couple of my toys....

    My old f4


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    Glenndog 19000 miles. Wow. Bunns of steel.LOL.....awesome.....so many beautiful fast race machines here makes me wanna jump on and see what they can do & feel 20 again..

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    Lot of good lookin' rides here, one of my former steeds before I became "civilized"
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    Quote Originally Posted by drumminman View Post
    Those MVA F4's are beautiful! So, which do you like better?
    The MV was like a mobile piece of art. Everywhere I went on it, it drew crowds of people with many questions. It was a fun bike, gobs of torque on the low end. That new Gixxer just flies, power throughout every gear. It's can get scary if you don't know what you're doing out there. Definitely gets the blood flowing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boston1450 View Post
    DAVID R do you still have that bike today thats a nice looking bike there. They made some good bikes back in the day..now they try to make them too Harleyish i think. Not that there not good bikes. But the CB models which i really liked and you still see alot out today still..it seemed with the gas prices going up that people are pulling those vintage bikes out of barns..
    Nope, the was about 5 bikes back. Now I am relegated to stopping by the Long Beach motorcycle show each year and test riding Harley's. They let you take them out on your own for joy rides.
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