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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by Daggy, Sep 28, 2008.
But too late.
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That would be awesome! Then you could remember for me all the things I forgot.
RIP Dennis Hopper
Damn, I really wanted to see the train last year. I caught it too late! Now I have to work evenings.
If you read between the lines of the schedule, it is at the CP yard in NE mpls from Tues til sometime Thurs when it goes to Loretto. So you can probly catch it there on Wed during the day.
Kept putting off the final oil change and such, now I get to do it in unheated north-facing garage at about 30 degrees.
Like a moran.
Doing my final oil changes today too.
Rather more comfortably though, which is nice.
"Final" isn't in my vocabulary.
How is Indeed?
I plan on riding the DRZ all winter long. It might have to be moved to the basement to make starting it a little bit easier, but if we don't get snow like we did two years ago, the yellow machine will run all year long
My DR is ready and willing. Rode a lot last winter.
My speedo is broken. My odometer will read the same in April as it does today whether I ride or not. No matter, though; a few years ago I made a point of riding all winter, i.e., I rode at least once in every month. I even got in a couple of pretty decent rides, but even so I'd bet the total milage was less than 200.
Even in a nice year, riding in the winter isn't all that much fun after the novelty wears off or the sun goes down.
My meaning was that I don't winterize my bikes. I may not ride them all that much in the winter, but they're ready to go. I think a heated garage is part of that.
Yeah, probably doesn't hurt.
I change the oil and put fuel stabiliser in. That's about the extent of it. All my bikes are on battery tenders all the time they are in the garage anyway. The KLR is the only bike I'm prepared to let out on the salty roads, so the others stay put for the duration. And I don't often take the KLR out either. And since it needs new tyres, it's not likely to come out until spring. But if one of those rare, not too freezing ass cold days comes along, I might take it out. Maybe.
Who turned on the snow machine?? :huh