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Old 07-13-2009, 08:04 PM   #64
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Originally Posted by (sp?)
I was with you until the "no GPS" part. Having a GPS is critical for a machine of this caliber which has so little fuel range. Knowing which route to head down can easily mean the difference between walking and riding.

(or getting out of the woods vs. spending the night)
I may eventually get a GPS to put in a pack, but not to mount on the handlebars.

I've gotten along for the last 40+ years of riding without one. I never get lost, I just temporarily misplace myself.
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