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 Post subject: Hi all
PostPosted: Thu Mar 19, 2015 4:44 am 
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First signs of spring in UK. Nights getting lighter and clox alter in a couple of weeks.still cold and wet,but its getting better,just to wish all you guys a brilliant riding season. be safe and enjoy. Rod


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 19, 2015 12:20 pm 
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bikerod wrote:
First signs of spring in UK. Nights getting lighter and clox alter in a couple of weeks.still cold and wet,but its getting better,just to wish all you guys a brilliant riding season. be safe and enjoy. Rod


A couple weeks ago we turned the clocks forward to day light saving time. Big difference in getting things done after work. The orange trees are in blossom, smells like a perfume factory in my back yard. Yeah spring has sprung here also.
Hoping to get some rides in this year, looks like work is going to get in the way again. Retirement is only 20 years away!! Hope by then I can still afford a bike.... I'll only be 75...
Probably going to be riding bicycles more this year than last. I need the exercise!! I'm getting to be twice the man I used to be :icon_laughing:

Hope you get some good riding in this year. Even if its just in the locale.
Be safe.


You can have it cheap.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 19, 2015 5:47 pm 
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Oh yeah, Spring is coming, my diving board just popped out of the snow a few days ago. I think in 2 weeks or so the snow will melt on my pool cover and I will be able to see the blue cover, that will be big. Riding down to Valdosta Georgia April 7 to the Drags. I hope by then it is at least 50 degrees. Short run 1,000 miles each way.


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 20, 2015 6:49 am 
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73 degrees and sunny predicted for Saturday so we are planning on getting the bike out for the first time this year. Just 2 weeks ago we had snow on the ground. I like Harley's idea of a short ride......1,000 miles each way! :icon_thumbsup:


"The journey is never a direct route; it is circuitous, and somewhere along the way, we discover that the journey is more significant than the destination, and the people we meet will be traveling companions of our memories forever." N. Demille


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 31, 2015 10:00 am 
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Here's some fun news.

Finally got a nice ride in the other night. It was in the 90's during the day but as soon as the sun set it cooled down to the mid 70's. Took a nice ride down to the beach watched the sun set and hung out for a while watching the bon fires. Only 25 miles round trip, I took the long way home... Thought of all that were getting snowed on while I traced out watching the fires.

Hope all you harley riders are well!!


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 31, 2015 12:35 pm 
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roadking wrote:
Here's some fun news.

Finally got a nice ride in the other night. It was in the 90's during the day but as soon as the sun set it cooled down to the mid 70's. Took a nice ride down to the beach watched the sun set and hung out for a while watching the bon fires. Only 25 miles round trip, I took the long way home... Thought of all that were getting snowed on while I traced out watching the fires.

Hope all you harley riders are well!!

Hey RK,spare a thought for all of us guys living through rain,ice,and freezing temperatures, wanna swap?


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 01, 2015 1:53 pm 
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bikerod wrote:
roadking wrote:
Here's some fun news.

Finally got a nice ride in the other night. It was in the 90's during the day but as soon as the sun set it cooled down to the mid 70's. Took a nice ride down to the beach watched the sun set and hung out for a while watching the bon fires. Only 25 miles round trip, I took the long way home... Thought of all that were getting snowed on while I traced out watching the fires.

Hope all you harley riders are well!!

Hey RK,spare a thought for all of us guys living through rain,ice,and freezing temperatures, wanna swap?


OK, OK -
Let me get this straight...
You want me to SWAP Literally Paradise...

For- Rain - Snow - Sleet - Cold Freezing your Arse OFF??


:icon_laughing: :icon_chairshot: :icon_clap: :icon_bang: :icon_eek: :icon_lol: :icon_laughing: :icon_swoon: :icon_clap:

Here let me decode the line above
First I was laughing, then I fell off my chair, I got up and started laughing and clapping and laughing more, I got dizzy and banged my head against the wall, I look in the mirror and scared myself, starting laughing more, got hyper ventilated and fell backwards back into my arm chair where I laughed a whole bunch more...

I really hope you didn't take that the wrong way!! :icon_cool_too:

Um, don't know if the term "wild horses" means anything across the pond, but here it means Wild horses couldn't drag me!! I'll go with that.

You on the other hand, can always come here and enjoy it too - there's plenty of sun shine to go around.


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 02, 2015 8:34 am 
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I'll take,that as a yes then!!


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 02, 2015 8:54 am 
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[quote][/quote]I'll take,that as a yes then!!vvv.autos


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 08, 2015 7:07 am 
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We have a short riding season out here starts January 1st ends December 31st.


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