SPOKANE Area Riders

Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by PNW Buttercup, Aug 13, 2010.

  1. mcjunky

    mcjunky Adventurer

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    It was just a little wet out at seven mile today:huh
    Should be underwater by next weekend with the rain in the forecast!
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  2. Ladybug0048

    Ladybug0048 Bug Sister

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    Watercrossing practice. :D
  3. airheadbruce

    airheadbruce Uncle Dumbshit

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    Just a short ride to a good breakfast, backroading to Dufort road and to Hayden and then home, nothing like a big fairing and heated gloves to keep you warm. Do they make heated socks?
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    Had a nice welcome home visitor. Mama and baby, but baby was too shy.
  4. mcjunky

    mcjunky Adventurer

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    [QUOTEDo they make heated socks?
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    I believe tourmaster makes a heated insole in their synergy line!
  5. vnp514

    vnp514 Been here awhile

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  6. WU7X

    WU7X The Old Fart

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    I spoke with Tim from Cabella's recently. He says they are going to be carrying a Gerbings made but Cabella packaged product line here soon. They already sell them over the internet and haven't received any shipments at Post Falls yet. I THINK they are battery operated. They're getting rave reviews..

    Just a head's up.
  7. DiamondLie

    DiamondLie Banned

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    HJC Sy-Max II Flat Black Modular Helmet​


    Great condition. One summer of use. I still have the shield decals which I reapplied for the pictures. I also have the original box it came in with owners manual and hang tags. BONUS item - I will also throw in a replacement clear shield!! Anal/retentive owner who takes care of his stuff here! :lol3

    * DOT certified
    * Advanced fiberglass shell with polycarbonate chin bar provides lightweight, superior fit and comfort using advanced CAD technology
    * One-touch patent-pending integrated sun shield is smoke-tinted and deploys quickly/easily
    * Single-button chin bar and face shield release can be opened with one hand, even with gloves on
    * Advanced channeling ventilation system with full front-to-back airflow that flushes heat and humidity up and out
    * SilverCool moisture-wicking interior is odor-free, removable and washable
    * Optically-superior face shield provides 95% UV protection
    * Shield replacement system is quick and secure with tool-less removal and installation
    * Padded double D-ring anti-flutter retention strap
    * Built-in speaker pockets
    * Helmet is lightweight - 3 lb., 14 oz

    Paid MSRP of $265.99. How about $165.00 picked up (Spokane area) or $175.00 shipped?

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  8. WU7X

    WU7X The Old Fart

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    Waiting for parts.

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  9. Kootenai Rider

    Kootenai Rider Gentleman of Liesure

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    Little early but Happy thanksgiving to all you FF's in the Spokane/CdA area. Hope everyone has a safe and great holiday.

    I'm thankful for my friends, family, my health, and hippo hands. :hide

    Hey ladybug, when is the regifting party? I've got some road kill that may need a home. :evil
  10. moto-treks

    moto-treks Back Home

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    Me too

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  11. Ladybug0048

    Ladybug0048 Bug Sister

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    Happy Thanksgiving to you too. Did you stay in the neighborhood or did you head over to see you parents?

    The regifting party will be in Jan. I haven't decided which weekend yet but we need to do it before AirheadBruce heads off into the wild blue yonder and Live2Ride heads to Baja, although last year he didn't show up.

    You guys that are waiting on parts this is the time of year to do it. :nod

    Happy Thanksgiving to all of you. I have a lot to be thankful for and all of you are on the list of things I'm thankful for. :D
  12. Bgunn

    Bgunn Mucha distancia

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    I think this is the bike I saw at Dave Russell's recently. One of the best colors.
  13. WU7X

    WU7X The Old Fart

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    Hey LadyBug, here's wishing you and all the gang here the very best! Have a happy Thanksgiving!
  14. Bgunn

    Bgunn Mucha distancia

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    Well said.....Happy Thanksgiving !!
  15. biodieselandon

    biodieselandon Been here awhile

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  16. Kootenai Rider

    Kootenai Rider Gentleman of Liesure

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    What, before or after your friend got to you? I don't think he cares about whether you got hurt...I think he was more concerned about the bike. :hide

    Sounds like you had some fun today... Alas, no riding for me... Bike did though, loaned it to my buddy since his is down for new fork seals...
  17. airheadbruce

    airheadbruce Uncle Dumbshit

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    Just a short after thanksgiving ride, 38 degrees, no wind,rain or snow. Went to Spirit Lake for breakfast, new spot at the north end of town,:puke1 homefries were pretty greasy. Backroaded it to CDA and along Lakeshore drive, noted that the eagles are back in town. Lots of people watching them, none of the eagles were close though or flying over the lake that I could see. Only saw 1 other bike out, Toes are all that really got cold, guess I need to block the wind better or go to heated socks.
  18. DiamondLie

    DiamondLie Banned

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    Bruce is that ST new to you? You sure seem to be out riding it a lot lately. Either way...GOOD JOB riding while most are putting their machines to bed around here! :clap
  19. airheadbruce

    airheadbruce Uncle Dumbshit

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    Yes the ST is new to me, got tired of the HD "experience":lol3 I owned a 99 St1100 and only sold because I was going way too fast. I have matured a little since then, 3 years ago, and realized that wrist control is all mental.:huh 50 miles per gallon, 7,7 gallon tank, 300 mile range, shaft drive and a great fairing. Its a perfect spring and fall bike, then ride the dr650 in the summer or when on vacation down south.
    I think the st is pure function, the HD more style. But I did pick up more chicks on the HD.....:rofl
  20. Ladybug0048

    Ladybug0048 Bug Sister

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    :poser:jack