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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old Jan 4th, 2007, 9:07 pm Thread Starter
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I love this forum. As a Texan stationed in Alaska, my riding season is very short. It is great to read all the ride reports from more fair weather states. Ah well, back to dreaming about spring and thinking about my bike wasting away in the shed.
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old Jan 5th, 2007, 5:32 am
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I love this forum. As a Texan stationed in Alaska, my riding season is very short. It is great to read all the ride reports from more fair weather states. Ah well, back to dreaming about spring and thinking about my bike wasting away in the shed.
How can something waste away that's deep frozen?

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Ahh come on, put some tire chains on and plug in yer Gerbings.
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No doubt! You're in the land of Satch Carlson and the 1200GS. RIDE MAN, RIDE!!!

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Yep!...slap that old pice of plywood on the front.....screw in some zip screws in the rear.....grab the ball bat and go out and slug a few seals....,
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Well, if I still had my old F650 with gerbing plugs I might actually do it. Unfortunately I am not about to kill myself on my no Gerbings attachments, pure street tire, scary to ride on good pavement, K1200R. But I will say, the idea of throwing chains on there, suicidal as it may be, sounds so tempting right now.

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Well, if I still had my old F650 with gerbing plugs I might actually do it. Unfortunately I am not about to kill myself on my no Gerbings attachments, pure street tire, scary to ride on good pavement, K1200R. But I will say, the idea of throwing chains on there, suicidal as it may be, sounds so tempting right now.

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Oh, by the way, I love this forum.
Where at in AK? Fellow Alaskan here, though living in Vagina Beach while awaiting my retirement from the military.
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I love this forum. As a Texan stationed in Alaska, my riding season is very short. It is great to read all the ride reports from more fair weather states. Ah well, back to dreaming about spring and thinking about my bike wasting away in the shed.
Fit a sidecar for the winter, take it off in the Spring. 3 wheels might be better than 2!

That old film the 'The Heroes of Telemark' keeps coming around and the German bad guys were always roaring round in their BMW's in the snow up and down mountains with a machine gunner in the sidecar!



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Sorry, I am unfamiliar with Vagina beach. In fact, I did not think that Vagina existed in Alaska? Anyways, I live down in Seward. Down, refering to that it is south of Anchorage. I do love the sidecar idea, although I think there may be logistical problems involved with putting one on my bike. But hey, only 3 months of solid winter left. Once April hits the roads might actually be clear enough to ride on.
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Sorry, I am unfamiliar with Vagina beach. In fact, I did not think that Vagina existed in Alaska? Anyways, I live down in Seward. Down, refering to that it is south of Anchorage. I do love the sidecar idea, although I think there may be logistical problems involved with putting one on my bike. But hey, only 3 months of solid winter left. Once April hits the roads might actually be clear enough to ride on.
Ya hafta forgive Kyle..."Virginia Beach", somewhere out on the east coast, close to the warmer winter weather than what you're currently going through...



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