Motorcycle Parking at Santa Ana Airport (John Wayne)

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  1. francisthepig

    francisthepig Dances with Lurkers

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    Hello all,
    Has anyone parked their motorcycle overnight at John Wayne airport? Would you recommend it? And what did you do with your helmet?

    I am flying out to FL for an interview on a Monday and coming back Tuesday night.

    I don't own a car and rather than ask friends/family for a ride, I would prefer to handle it myself.

    Thanks,
    Rob
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  2. tbarstow

    tbarstow Two-wheelin' Fool

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    Yes. I used to park there all the time. Just park away from the crowded areas and put a bike cover on your bike. Helmet goes under the cover. Out of sight, out of mind.
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  3. ZEmann

    ZEmann want to be riding

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  4. notmybikemodelname

    notmybikemodelname KOTW is a myth!

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    No one would fuck with your Big Wheel anyways.
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  5. junglemototours

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    I have a garage close by if you want to taxi to sna....
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    tbarstow Two-wheelin' Fool

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    They even left the tassles alone.......:(
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  7. francisthepig

    francisthepig Dances with Lurkers

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    Thanks for all the help. Even the offer of the garage (junglemototours). But I am going to go with the bike cover suggestion and leaving the helmet locked and under the tarp.

    Robert
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