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Old 02-13-2004, 09:54 PM
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Another pointless post...

Just thought I'd let every one know that it was a balmy 54 degrees here in Rapid City today!

I finally got to ride my motorcycle for the first time this year! All in all I put on about 40 miles.

Ahh it sure was great get the ole bike out on the road, and just cut'er loose!
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AARRRGGGHHHH...I still have to wait to redo my speedo drive and bearings, will also be doing a new front tire. Usually I ride off and on all winter but not this one. Very frustrating. I've been running Conti Tours since 2000 and have had super results with these. I get around 10,000 to 16,000 on a rear and had this front since 2000 with somewhere around 30,000 on it. I ride 90 miles a day to work.
Oh yeah, it is never pointless to me to talk bikes.
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I'm so jealous. I really want a bike. I'm looking at the YZ250 and WR250, I don't mind the heavier bike, I don't think I'll be going that fast. I have a friend with a YZ450F, and another with a YZ426. I'll have to talk to them. I'm pretty set on the Yamaha.
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It was a damn nice day here in Billings too. Wish I would've had some time to get the bike out of the shed and go for a ride, rattle the old straight pipes and irratate the neighbors....
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why don't you guys send some of that warmer weather here? I'm still stuck with -12 for lows and 29 for highs. First 50 degree day I see, my Vulcan 800 is hitting the street.

hope you had fun, rangerman!
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It was a damn nice day here in Billings too. Wish I would've had some time to get the bike out of the shed and go for a ride, rattle the old straight pipes and irratate the neighbors....
He he he!

I know what your talking about!

I cant afford a harley, but I did finallly graduated to a larger bike last year.

I've got a old 78 goldwing that I took all the farings and stuff off, and turned it back into a street machine as it was originally designed, with the esception of my fish tail chrome straight pipes!

That 1000 cc 4 cyl can make one heck of a cool racket!
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yeah I know what ya mean by not bein able to afford a Harley, but hell any bike is fun!!! I got a 97 Kawasaki 1500 Vulcan Classic this past summer and have been enjoying the hell out of it. I think I put close to 2000 miles on it and I got it in May.
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