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    Bike training in Kelowna

    Anyone here seen the boys in blue weaving in and out of traffic the last couple of weeks?

    i was down in Kelowna on wed for some warranty work on our car and saw a pair cruising around.

    https://globalnews.ca/news/5406633/r...nd-on-kelowna/

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    6 of them flunked out and a few bikes were banged up and at least one clutch fried.

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    police harassing he public.. whats new?

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    Isn’t this how the nazis started.

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    LOLOL ...... those Harleys take a huge amount of abuse during training. I think mine spent as much time on it's side as it did upright. The crash bars protect the bike as good as anything I have ever seen. As for clutches I don't know ham fisted you need to be to fry one. You spend all the day with the thing half engaged as you maneuver around a bunch of felonious cones yet they always worked. The poor old BMW dry clutches weren't as forgiving.
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