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Does anyone know when the Temp display shows --F. It was fairly cold today and after getting started the temp display gave me that reading.
 
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Does anyone know when the Temp display shows --F. It was fairly cold today and after getting started the temp display gave me that reading.
Below 13*F (-11*C) the display will show "--" (page 32 in your owners manual - that thing that's still wrapped in cellophane in your left saddlebag :razz: )
 

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I road 160 miles today also. Temp was 18F when I left home and 21F when I got back. Feet got cold. That was it. Very good ride. Hard to fine someone to ride with when the temps gets below 45F:shrug:
 

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Started off this morning and it was around 2.
40 miles later my feet were not warm and my fingers were cold. I wear a pair of mid forearm heavy Thinsulate riding gloves with a light pair of cotton gloves inside of that.
Can anyone recommend something that would reduce air flow over my hands? I think I would want to remove any device in the spring.
 

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Started off this morning and it was around 2.
40 miles later my feet were not warm and my fingers were cold. I wear a pair of mid forearm heavy Thinsulate riding gloves with a light pair of cotton gloves inside of that.
Can anyone recommend something that would reduce air flow over my hands? I think I would want to remove any device in the spring.

I just installed Baker hand wings...they seem to do a good job.

http://www.directlineparts.com/product.asp?pid=1506&str=4

Al
 

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Cold weather ride

Rode to work yesterday 19 degrees. GERBING G3 gloves work perfect. toasty warm the entire ride with pant liner and jacket liner.
 

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Started off this morning and it was around 2.
40 miles later my feet were not warm and my fingers were cold. I wear a pair of mid forearm heavy Thinsulate riding gloves with a light pair of cotton gloves inside of that.
Can anyone recommend something that would reduce air flow over my hands? I think I would want to remove any device in the spring.

Hippo Hands........or something similar....
 

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Below 13*F (-11*C) the display will show "--" (page 32 in your owners manual - that thing that's still wrapped in cellophane in your left saddlebag :razz: )
I watched mine go from 14F to -- F yesterday. This morning, It went from --F to 14F. Maybe I missed the 13F... Hmmmm... now I need to go back out again for another ride! :excited:
 
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