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    1) No experience, although I am leaning more...

    1) No experience, although I am leaning more toward factory sources parts and pieces lately. Zero trouble with fit. Some angst with pricing.

    2) No comment. Although if one must speed above the...
  2. The device measuring your speed is not as...

    The device measuring your speed is not as accurate as it could be.
    That goes for the device measuring your speed as well.

    (translation: both your speedometer and the reader board are not...
  3. Thread: Gear Options

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    Big fan of Aerostich. www.aerostich.com ...

    Big fan of Aerostich.

    www.aerostich.com

    They have "mail order," fitment well sorted and bought from there when I lived in the Okanagan. Never, ever had to return something because it didn't fit...
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    I regret I've missed this post and arrive here 10...

    I regret I've missed this post and arrive here 10 months from the last one.

    In the LD (Long Distance) riding world there's a saying, "it's not the arrow, it's the Indian," that makes for a...
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    Try to grab a (Mexican) bite at La Cabana, on...

    Try to grab a (Mexican) bite at La Cabana, on Market and Tehama intersection in Redding. In the parking lot of the Thunderbird hotel. Haven't had a bad meal there yet, and have been going there since...
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    I believe they are still out there…riding on...

    I believe they are still out there…riding on roads where the rest are not. Quietly racking up miles and reeling in scenery, eats and experiences in places where the local groups do not ride.
    ...
  7. ^^^^^^^^^^ BwaHah! So true and yet with the...

    ^^^^^^^^^^
    BwaHah!
    So true and yet with the parking squeeze going on in Vancouver, just as relevant now as then.
    I'm thinking of buying a bicycle rack for my car just so the Mayor sees me as a...
  8. Thread: insurance

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    I agree with 90% of Shovelhead's post - it is...

    I agree with 90% of Shovelhead's post - it is good and balanced advice.

    I'd offer these as additional points as this has been posted in "new rider's," area.

    Perhaps you don't have enough...
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    So this is the motorcycling equivalent of penis...

    So this is the motorcycling equivalent of penis size comparison?:coffee
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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Sorry for the delay in my...

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    Sorry for the delay in my response....I don't get here very much lately.

    I am not an expert, as I've only traversed it a couple of times but will be -hopefully - by June of this...
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    sarcasm mode on: Ride in the desert for a few...

    sarcasm mode on:
    Ride in the desert for a few months...the colour will change.
    Sarcasm mode off.

    Well done on the solution. inexpensive and it works!
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    Suggestion: Ride to where the weather is good....

    Suggestion:

    Ride to where the weather is good. :)
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    I've been seeing stuff like this for as long as...

    I've been seeing stuff like this for as long as I've been riding. sure, that's only since the early 70's, but even Hodaka sported an earles type front end, early Honda's had some leading link set up,...
  14. Thread: The Connector

    by michael
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    Easy. Fill up in Abbotsford (cheap!) Princeton,...

    Easy.
    Fill up in Abbotsford (cheap!) Princeton, again in Kelowna.
    You're stopping once too often for fuel, but then again the peace of mind is worth it.
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    447 from Reno up into NE CA is a good desert road...

    447 from Reno up into NE CA is a good desert road that's completely different that what we're used on the west coast. The highlight is probably the baker/café in Cedarville though. Fresh baked goods...
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    I believe it was Harry Hurt (The Hurt Report)...

    I believe it was Harry Hurt (The Hurt Report) whom opined there is little structural or safety "difference," between an expensive lid and an inexpensive helmet.
    I recall he was commenting on the...
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    +1 on replacing the rubber cement on an annual...

    +1 on replacing the rubber cement on an annual basis. I make that trip to Lordco or Napa or O'Reilly's (US) about the same time I renew my insurance. Kind of like replacing the batteries in your...
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    I've had great success wearing my full kit in 44C...

    I've had great success wearing my full kit in 44C temperatures in the US Southwest. Well hydrated and with dampened LDComfort shirt (yup, the long sleeve). The ice I buy at the gas station, some goes...
  19. My first CLASS school was with Reg Pridmore, with...

    My first CLASS school was with Reg Pridmore, with Jason in attendance and helping out. If I recall correctly, Reg quietly mentioned, "I don't hang off and I think I've got enough wins to prove you...
  20. I agree. Or rather, agreed at one time. Until I...

    I agree.
    Or rather, agreed at one time.
    Until I discovered over 15 years ago that it is not merely about covering miles. It's really about riding to great riding areas, through great riding areas...
  21. More motorcyclists on the road is good for the...

    More motorcyclists on the road is good for the sport.

    Older motorcyclists rarely are involved in "how much to you pay for.." or "which oil is..." or "what tires..." threads. They're too busy...
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    Poll: Not partaking of the poll, as they are entitled...

    Not partaking of the poll, as they are entitled to pursue any facet of the market they wish.

    Previously, they charged "RV," rates, which I paid until such time as they declined my one and only...
  23. you may benefit from introducing yourself to more...

    you may benefit from introducing yourself to more challenging road conditions, including rain. It may be useful to ride in the rain during daylights hours first to acclimatize to the differing...
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    No. It's not *good* but it's not bad. They're...

    No. It's not *good* but it's not bad. They're designed to perform in the wet as well as dry.
    However a good maintenance regime mitigates any long term adverse affects.
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    It's a contract. First an foremost the OP should...

    It's a contract.
    First an foremost the OP should be reading his contract then contacting his insuring agent.

    One of the reasons a 'private,' insurer can be so competitive (price-wise) is in part,...
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