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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by giddyupgirl, Jun 12, 2005.
Didya like my SNELL approved earmuffs and scarf??
Is the new KLX250S supposed to fill the gap that the sherpa left behind? I kinda like that little bike too, but with the beemer in the stable I'm gonna have to find something used.
Nah. Your cheeks.
I had a KLR 650 with lowering links. Didn't do much for me. Not a great road bike and not a great dirt bike, unless you strictly stick to two tracks/fire roads (boring). It sucks on any kind of single track trails, which is something I'm into. Ended up with a SV650S for the road and a DRZ250E street legal for the dirt. This set up works much better for me.
I am! I am!! I'm 18, from AK, and got my first bike when I was around 11.
Ladies, it's great to have you in the sport.
Can I tag along next ride? Please??????
I am new here. Female rider on a F650GS!
Anyone wondering....not hitched.
Just to help out the single guys around here, uhhh, post a bigger pic.
If you don't know how, PM me and I'll help!
Female rider on 05 Suzuki V-Strom 650.
I'm a girl too! New to site ...
Rode a KLR650 for about a year and now enjoying every moment on my Dakar 650 (stealing rides (tar only, for now) on my hubby's GS1200!, as often as possible ...)
Are you related to Ernie Els?
unfortunately ($$$) not ....
When did this become a dating site????
Yeah, and fill out your profile so we know which state we should be stalking you in
Why not, iffn' she is looking.
On the other hand, a guy shouldn't go swinging where he isn't invited either!
UUUHHH...Cuz' it's a WOMEN RIDER'S thread, that's why!
....Weren't we talking about bikes?
....Aren't there seperate sites for that??
Wow. I just found this thread and the feeding frenzy it's chum filled waters have created. The PM's must be flying.
Isn't that what pm's are for?
Oh , for cryin' out LOUD!
Can't we women have ONE THREAD that has NOTHING TO DO WITH ANYTHING but RIDING without it turning into a virtual grope fest??????
Isn't that what "myspace" or "match.com" is for?
This is just another example of why women riders aren't always taken seriously.
It had to be said. So, I said it.