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When you're based in Wisconsin, winter is tough - no riding and below zero temperatures make for a LONG winter. HOWEVER, we decided to have a little fun and take the Goldstrike Gold Wing out on the frozen St. Croix River (we do not recommend trying this) for a little photoshoot.

Here are some of the shots we captured, enjoy!:smile2:
 

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NOW "that's" actually quite cool!!
How many people can "honestly" say that they have actually, honestly, ridden their bike on a ice'd up pond......Betch'a not too many!


great shot! This is a "winner" shot

Ronnie
 
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How did you keep it up?
 
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:yes1: On the other side of the world here in AUSTRALIA we are having a very hot 19 summer I try to ride in most conditions but only managed to do 100km round trip the other day because the temp was 40C early in the morning so I chickened out :grin2: rode back home went inside turned the AC on and relaxed the whole day :thumbup:
 

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You're going to have to do it again once the black finished parts come available.
 
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When you're based in Wisconsin, winter is tough - no riding and below zero temperatures make for a LONG winter. HOWEVER, we decided to have a little fun and take the Goldstrike Gold Wing out on the frozen St. Croix River (we do not recommend trying this) for a little photoshoot.

Here are some of the shots we captured, enjoy!:smile2:
Accessories look very nice on the bike.
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