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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by lightcycle, Aug 1, 2012.
Not a rusty flange bolt...they are copper coated.
I was thinking dirty belly pan WNB.
It is good to see you posting again Gene.
It's that weird time of year when you can snowboard in the morning, and ride your motorcycle in the afternoon.
Found a way to combine both:
What could possibly go wrong?!?
Not to be a turd, but you may be ready to actually learn to ski... just sayin' ;-)
I have this weird thing about being able to control both my active edges at the same time...
Don't forget your chair.
Speaking of snow, I asked Neda what she wanted for her birthday, she said she wanted to do some snow biking.
"THIS IS NOT WHAT I MEANT!!!!!"
I must thank @Jamie Z for putting me onto this thread, absolutely fantastic
Wow, that 1250 is soooo nice. Congratulations man, you deserve it!
Your timing is perfect, cherry blossoms everywhere
So, Neda's bike is on its last legs. We've been sinking quite a lot into repair costs for the privilege of keeping her RTW bike running. With almost 150K kms on the dial, I think it's served her well.
Anyway, yesterday we put her on this for a test ride:
She likes it. Could this be her ride for the next leg of our travels?
Has that bike been crashed? Looks like it on the tank.
Do it! That's a great machine.
Where is the beak?
Looks good. There is one of these entered in this year’s Iron Butt race. The name suites your adventure; Pan America
She looks pretty comfortable on it, looks like a great bike from all of the reviews!
Harley should give her one as an RTW ambassador. Seriously, she deserves it. Look at how many fans she has across all the forums & around the world. She has a pretty good photographer and PR guy as a sidekick too.
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You mean “stay plugged in”.
Check out Kalen Thorien (@kalenthorien) • Instagram
Kalen is presently traveling around on a Pan America & loving it.
A big yes, and bring it by here!