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My wife does the full face shield thing anyway. I on the other hand like a little breeze.
Pretty easy do. I have to admit I was nervous cutting it.
I was ONE with the saber saw though.
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CaptainMidnight85 wrote:
Cool? ...Harley Guy's? >>> Come-on, Man!

Iwas out riding around earlier enjoying this beautiful cold, wet weather. There was enough waving going on to know who was enjoying it and who wasn't I suppose.. Let it get cold and wet out...

I'm comfortable in the stuff myself. So are others. We know who we are. We don't rub it onto nobody who don't want it. They wouldn't understand riding in it by choice anyway. Riding all year long is "cool". Make that happen and you're doing something many of us cannot do and would envy you for doing it.

Can't say much about the name stuff. Not my thing though.

I ride year round and enjoy it. Souix falls is a great place btw. I have a friend that grew up in Brookings. As far as what's "cool" Do what you want, It's your bike. Nobody's going to fault you for it, at least not here. My bike had "hers" on the windshield when I got it. I rode it like that for almost a year before I decided to try to take the stickers off. If it makes you happy, then go for it. That's a nice looking bike you have there and a good job on cutting the shield. If you decide to come up the BRP my way, then feel free to stop by. Oh, and are you going to the Meet & greet in front royal va here in a few weeks?

There really is nothing like riding on a wing.

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I ride year round and enjoy it. Souix falls is a great place btw. I have a friend that grew up in Brookings. ...
I lived out your way pcfix_3. On the ridge right off of Rt.7 above the Shenandoah in Clark Co. (Bluemont) and over in Prince William Co. (Woodbridge). I know NOVA (Arlington, Alexandria, Fairfax) like the back of my hand.

I was in/through Spotsy much...

3-5 months of solid snow here though.

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