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We have been rainy and cold, very cold here. About an hours drive southwest of me snow is falling. No riding and I'm not working this week. Nothing to do with the bike except walk around it on my way out. How y'all doing weather wise?

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So MN cold & rainy lately... still riding daily... hope to ride 4 more weeks
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COME ON BOB JUMP ON THAT STEED AND RIDE THIS WEEKEND.YOU NOT GOING TO LET A LITTLE SNOW STOP YOU AER U.
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You don't want to hear how warm and sunny it is here in So California, Went for a nice long ride today before I start taking my bike apart. It is always riding season here.

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It snowed around here this morning in the higher valleys. There were some accidents on I-80 due to slick roads up by Park City.
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HOT and Sunny.. was 93 today with heat index of 107....Come on down and lets ride.

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Cloudy rainy in the Conroe area, high 80's, 100% humidity.....

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Cloudy rainy in the Conroe area, high 80's, 100% humidity.....
And too darn hot!! Waiting for next week...hopefully a little cooler!

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We have been rainy and cold, very cold here. About an hours drive southwest of me snow is falling. No riding and I'm not working this week. Nothing to do with the bike except walk around it on my way out. How y'all doing weather wise?
Sorry to hear from you lads in the US who are actually "North" of us here in Canada, hope to ride for another 6 weeks

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I feel your pain bbach........... was gonna go over to Wisconsin this weekend to view the fall colors. Things are not looking too rosey right now.

Don't want a deal with alot of flibiddy-flab or mumbo-jumbo...........

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