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Whoo Hoooooo!!!!

50 and sunny tomorrow in Philly then 54 and sunny on Sunday! Whoo Hooooo!! I already put a ride together for Sunday with a couple buddies!!! Cant' friggin wait!

Anybody else up here plan on taking advantage of the weather on 2 wheels?
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Will be in lower 60's saturday and mid 60's Sunday in Arkansas. I can't wait either!!!!


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YES!! Riding this weekend all over.

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Nice! I was out Saturday and Sunday. The nancy across the street that doesn't ride in anything below 70 degrees even went with us. He saw 3 other bikes in my driveway and couldn't resist. We saw ALL sorts of other riders out there too - I fricken love it...
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Breaking down and taking mine out tomorrow, 50 and sunny (in Syracuse???), and it's only March 10th! Anyway, need to be real careful about sand, etc., on the roads but with a little extra care, should be a great time!

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High of 65 today! My bike is still down, gotta get turn signals to get it passed MD inspection, all I hear is bikes going by on rt 50 heading to the beach, really making me work on my bike harder to get it done!

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Breaking down and taking mine out tomorrow, 50 and sunny (in Syracuse???), and it's only March 10th! Anyway, need to be real careful about sand, etc., on the roads but with a little extra care, should be a great time!
NICE!!!!! Careful out there but have a blast man! If your roads are anything like mine, watch out for gigantic pot holes too...
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NICE!!!!! Careful out there but have a blast man! If your roads are anything like mine, watch out for gigantic pot holes too...
Rode into work today. AWESOME!! Potholes noted and avoided. Took it real easy as my skills need to be warmed up in addition to road hazard avoidance. Still it felt great! Looks like a loooonng lunch break today.....

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HID Headlamp Conversion
V&H Cruzers (great sound)
Kaw V-Force Windshield
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R/R Replaced/Relocated
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Front - 110/90-19
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Rode into work today. AWESOME!! Potholes noted and avoided. Took it real easy as my skills need to be warmed up in addition to road hazard avoidance. Still it felt great! Looks like a loooonng lunch break today.....
Ha ha haaaaaaa!! I do the EXACT same thing!!! Welcome back to 2 wheels bro!
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Ha ha haaaaaaa!! I do the EXACT same thing!!! Welcome back to 2 wheels bro!
Thanks LP! It was really fun yesterday. Might rain today but still warm, finally decided not to take it. Rain and 50 degrees makes it a little rough. Good news is that warmer weather is on it's way as we get farther into the calendar. Nice to get a riding fix so early in the season.....

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VROC# 30232

HID Headlamp Conversion
V&H Cruzers (great sound)
Kaw V-Force Windshield
Kaw Rear Luggage Rack
Kaw Engine Guard
VN750.COM Grill Cover
W&M Black Magic Saddlebags
Diehard M/F Battery
R/R Replaced/Relocated
Stator Replaced
Voltmeter Installed
Splines Lubed
Metzler 880 Marathons
Front - 110/90-19
Rear - 170/80-15
Carbs Balanced
Carb Mix Adjusted
Fuel Tank Derusted/Lined/Sealed
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