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Discussion in 'West – California, the desert southwest and whatev' started by Off Limits, Aug 9, 2012.
Day 3, how you holding up I'm on day 2.
I hope I don't become a alcoholic.
Still in the holding pattern!!! Actually loaded my x2 on the trailer. Got room for another, ready to go freeze balls at perris?
Sounds to cold for me and my X2 needs some TLC a battery and registration. I also need a new flotation vest the last time I looked at mine it fell apart.
Have fun with the homies.
Wanna sell it for cheap?
Perris is a scum pond that will leave you with diarrea. The only thing worst is Elsinore!
No. I don't get rid of anything. I almost bought another one on e-bay got beat out on bidding. it went for $375.
X2 was the 2nd ski I got, had a SX but the bitch took it in divorce. Her fat ass can't even ride the thing anymore. I think she kept it just to spite me.
A cup of coffee or a chicken sandwich. Same price. One you piss out, one you shit out. At least when I shit I'm reading motorcycle magazines. So chicken wins.
Ktm did really well without a single breakdown. Yamaha gets robbed in the LCQ. More news and weather at 11.
I was reading somewhere that 90 percent of auto clutch buyers are almost 50 years old. Is that true? Should I buy one now and store it for 16. Years due to inflation?
Well I just turned 54, guess its too late for me?
in 1982, I rode a Honda 750A from Illinois to California and back. It has a 2-speed automatic transmission from a Honda Civic. Now I will admit that it seems strange to ride with an automatic, but when I was in rush hour traffic, it was nice to not have to shift. I was 26 at the time.
I still have the bike. And the automatic still seems weird. But I really liked it when in traffic. And fortunately for me, I have never been one to get excited about how fast I go or how many seconds it takes to go from 0-60. I'll leave that to others.
As for today's bikes. I like to shift. And even though my Avalanche has an automatic, I'm thinking that whatever I buy next will have a manual transmission. My wife went back to a manual in her new car.
But in May, we are going to look a the new Honda touring machine coming out with fairing, luggage, six-speed semi-automatic transmission for her. Oh, she turns 50 this year. Hmmm.
All of my trucks have been manual except the tundra I have now. I just trust the manuals more as they seem to hold up better and be dead relîable.
team longriders bar ride in gorman.
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I was actually rooting for that ktm rider today. What a good race. Too bad bubba went down. Hopefully he won't be on dis-ability for too long. Hopefully team Yamaha can get a decent rider sometime in the future.
Back at ya.
I thought that was funny. Had to put it on my Facebook too.