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Discussion in 'Epic Rides' started by rtwdoug, Aug 30, 2012.
I like that better. Thanks. I was still at a loss for the right words.
The man is on a mission and closing hard on the goal. I am guessing he will sleep in his own bed tomorrow night. Congrats on a great ride......both ways. See you at Barber.
Doug, you gonna be able to make Barber this year???
Looks like Doug got a early start this morning, should be home by lunchtime!
Hey! He's heading right towards me... I should have offered to buy him lunch/dinner. I hadn't checked in here for a few days.
"smelling the stables!"
I would appreciate an honest assessment of the bike (the Kaw Police) when you get the time. I've been thinking about getting one for several years now but don't know anyone with one, and haven't ever seen any around me (most seem to be way out west). Seems like it would be a good inexpensive bike to have (I have Drifters now and can't find any 16 inch tire with a tread good for dirt/gravel/mud).
Yep....and 72 is a fine road. He's making great time. Glad for him as I am sure he is ready to be home.
I stopped for gas in Corinth, MS. When i went to hit the road, the key switch broke. No warning, just fuckin broke.
I have always wanted to hotwire a cop bike......
Don't you just love it when dreams come true?
Well that was easy!
According to the time stamp on the previous post it took you 14 minutes though...I think you'll need to be a little quicker if you ever need to do it on someone else's cop bike!
Thanks for bringing us along, especially for those of us who woke up to snow
fucking awesome! i love this thread!
Well that 14 min also included leaving the gas station, going down the road to a restaurant, and sitting down at a table.
I didnt know i was being timed.......
I stopped at a harley bar for a cool refreshing beverage (i dont really see any
In Mussel Shoals, AL
(Yes, the town from the Skynyrd song)
I got some eyeballs, i reckon jap cop bikes aint real common around here
If this bike works that good as pirate repellent, i may have to keep it!
well....your 'rebel flag' helmet is a good segway between the two, so you autta be safe!
LOL! Please keep the bike for just that purpose.
I made it home from the Cannonball.
5 weeks total
5,000 miles on the '28 Indian :)
2500 miles on the Kawasaki cop bike :/
1000 miles in a truck
Its good to be off a bike for a bit.
Wait... whats that noise in the garage?
Its the sobs of a neglected knucklehead!
It's even crying! (I'm guessing the oil spots under it are from tears)
OK, just a short ride......
If those folks only knew who they were in the presence of....