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On 2/14/2017 at 10:16 AM, Walleyehooker said:

I wait for a good spring rain to knock the salt and sand off of the roads.

 

Yeah, I would be most concerned with the salt on the roads this time of the year. Why rust up a perfectly good bike?

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It'a the sand that's sooo bad...I hated this time of year, slide into those corners and all over..plus a lot of crap on the roads, too. Thirty five years of riding and three crashes was enough for me.

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9 minutes ago, RebelSS said:

It'a the sand that's sooo bad...I hated this time of year, slide into those corners and all over..plus a lot of crap on the roads, too. Thirty five years of riding and three crashes was enough for me.

well stated and I agree except I still ride, and I never had a major crash, just minor slides for some road rash!!

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29 minutes ago, Mike89 said:

well stated and I agree except I still ride, and I never had a major crash, just minor slides for some road rash!!

 

"just minor slides for some road rash!!"   Bahahaha love it!  Um, if skin hit the ground. You crashed Harley! :lol:

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2 hours ago, RebelSS said:

"Just a minor slide"....:eek:

 

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 no never any thing like ever and I have boots on when I ride and that is the truth.

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There is a reason they don't put bumpers on motorcycles and there is a reason they call those crash bars. My motto is always pay attention to and watch out for any vehicle that is bigger than yours on the road. And Deer.

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