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SOOOOOOO glad I got the Wing out yesterday for a nice ride! It was 60+ degrees and sunny. This morning it is 28 degrees, 20+ MPH wind out of the north and about an inch of snow by mid morning.

Gotta take the opportunities when they present themselves!
 

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SOOOOOOO glad I got the Wing out yesterday for a nice ride! It was 60+ degrees and sunny. This morning it is 28 degrees, 20+ MPH wind out of the north and about an inch of snow by mid morning.

Gotta take the opportunities when they present themselves!
Consider yourself lucky. We have 2-3 inches now with a total of 6 inches expected.
 

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SOOOOOOO glad I got the Wing out yesterday for a nice ride! It was 60+ degrees and sunny. This morning it is 28 degrees, 20+ MPH wind out of the north and about an inch of snow by mid morning.

Gotta take the opportunities when they present themselves!

Yesterday was a beautiful day here too, today not so much. We started out with a little cold rain then ice then snow and now it's 40 degrees colder. I hope we get some warm days before January.
 

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SOOOOOOO glad I got the Wing out yesterday for a nice ride! It was 60+ degrees and sunny. This morning it is 28 degrees, 20+ MPH wind out of the north and about an inch of snow by mid morning.

Gotta take the opportunities when they present themselves!

Good you got a ride in the books. It was nice here yesterday also. I'm thinking about testing the heated gear on Saturday?
 

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The weekend was so nice to ride. Chilly in the morning, but sunny and 60 in the afternoons.


We had a rain/sleet/snow event yesterday and woke this morning to 9 degrees.
 

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Really glad you guys are getting out now that summer is retreating below the Mason-Dixon line.

I recall with sadness those days in Gallatin MO when my steel stallion, two-wheeled scenic viewfinder would look out the basement windows with a very forlorn look upon her face. All the while as I mistreated our treadmill...

As a word of caution, please stay away from my recent post about riding down to Tortilla Flat...I do not desire to be responsible for your emotional health sessions.

- David
 

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Really glad you guys are getting out now that summer is retreating below the Mason-Dixon line.

I recall with sadness those days in Gallatin MO when my steel stallion, two-wheeled scenic viewfinder would look out the basement windows with a very forlorn look upon her face. All the while as I mistreated our treadmill...

As a word of caution, please stay away from my recent post about riding down to Tortilla Flat...I do not desire to be responsible for your emotional health sessions.

- David
@david vaughn - It's just a temporary thing, here in Missouri


We will have 70 degrees in a week or two.


In the mean time, these are all serviced and ready to go.


:kiss::kiss::kiss:




 

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I was able to ride last Saturday, hope to this weekend as well. Poser....traded my blue 2018 for a Blue 2020! Only 500 miles on it so far, but I am very impressed!
 

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My poor baby is up on jacks, with a tender stuck on battery, and all covered over (She's in hibernation mode) AS WE SPEAK!!

Ronnie

Your lucky u can ride!
 
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