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Old 02-18-2011, 09:48 PM   #1
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Heavy Fog

Tonight I tried to make it to a meet and greet that I didn't know was already canceled. I rode through the densest fog I have ever encountered. So dense, that I could barely see through my visor. So I opened it and left it open. To my surprise, I had no discomfort even at 70mph. I think it might be because the fog doesn't let any dust fly around and also keeps your eyes moisturized. So if you're ever in a bad foggy situation,

just keep the visor open.

oh yea, and remember fog makes roads wet, exercise caution. I almost lost it at less than 20mph around a U-turn
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Old 02-28-2011, 01:07 AM   #2
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Ya thats cool if you don't wear glasses. Then double fogged. I spray a little windex on a paper towel wrap it on the ring finger left hand. It really sux I wish I didnt' need glasses. I also use a car as a fullback.... get up there and block fo me big CAGE!!!!
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Ya thats cool if you don't wear glasses. Then double fogged. I spray a little windex on a paper towel wrap it on the ring finger left hand. It really sux I wish I didnt' need glasses. I also use a car as a fullback.... get up there and block fo me big CAGE!!!!
The day I started wearing a full faced helmet is the day I gave up glasses and took up contacts.
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I found if I go at least 85 my visor dosn't fog up

any slower and and I can't see
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