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Old 07-08-2012, 08:28 PM   #41
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I just found one yesterday riding dirt bikes. Actually an entire ladies purse, license, SS card, ATM cards, cash ,etc. Lady is gonna get a happy surprise tomorrow when I turn it over to the bank. Funny thing was all the cash was Euro's (but equal to nearly $70). Maybe cash got lifted and the thief didn't want the funny money not knowing its worth.

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Old 07-08-2012, 11:17 PM   #42
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Just filled up with the $6 I have left. Bout to ride CRR and finally be home shortly after that. I should be able to make it.

Oh and here's the pic I took when I arrived safely in Fayetteville. I reached for my wallet right after I took the picture and found it wasnt there...D'oh!

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when did you get a green bike?
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Old 07-08-2012, 11:28 PM   #43
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3 or so weeks ago. 2011 ZX-10R ABS boo-yah!
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Old 07-09-2012, 06:27 AM   #44
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Just wondering did you ride to Fayetteville by yourself? If not you are saying that you had to rely on the help of a stranger for the 20 dollars? If that's the case you need to start riding with Lucar or Pachuco, they would have spotted you at least 21.00 . I am a bit concerned about the community if you rode with a group. Normally there are a number of riders there that would have helped. Also hours did you approach the person that lent you the money. Do you have to pay her back

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Old 07-09-2012, 06:54 AM   #45
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Just wondering did you ride to Fayetteville by yourself? If not you are saying that you had to rely on the help of a stranger for the 20 dollars? If that's the case you need to start riding with Lucar or Pachuco, they would have spotted you at least 21.00 . I am a bit concerned about the community if you rode with a group. Normally there are a number of riders there that would have helped. Also hours did you approach the person that lent you the money. Do you have to pay her back
pretty sure he was alone
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Just wondering did you ride to Fayetteville by yourself? If not you are saying that you had to rely on the help of a stranger for the 20 dollars? If that's the case you need to start riding with Lucar or Pachuco, they would have spotted you at least 21.00 . I am a bit concerned about the community if you rode with a group. Normally there are a number of riders there that would have helped. Also hours did you approach the person that lent you the money. Do you have to pay her back
HAHA nah man, I was riding solo. I haven't met Lucar yet but Pachuco is a friend of mine. The lady gave me the $20 no questions asked. I would gladly repay her if I ever saw her again. I don't think she was expecting repayment though. She was just helping an honest person in desperate need of gas money to make it back home 150 miles
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Just arrived at the DPS office @ Dacoma. 40 min before the doors open and there's a line of about 50 people, and it's starting to sprinkle. FML.
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HAHA nah man, I was riding solo. I haven't met Lucar yet but Pachuco is a friend of mine. The lady gave me the $20 no questions asked. I would gladly repay her if I ever saw her again. I don't think she was expecting repayment though. She was just helping an honest person in desperate need of gas money to make it back home 150 miles
Thus restoring faith in humanity
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Possibly, but I think I'm just going to start putting it under my seat cowl or in the Ogio backpack if/when I decide to purchase....
This probably isn't the best idea. Have you seen what happens to that area of the bike in an accident? Even at low speeds that you may walk away from, that wallet would probably disappear.

I started wearing a chain wallet. Backpack would be a good idea also, especially if you want to carry a hydra-pack on your longer rides.
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Ok well let me ask you this. If you carry a chain wallet, where do you place it, because I sure as heck won't be putting a wallet in my back pocket even if there's a chain on it. Plus leather suits dont have back pockets as I will be wearing one on the majority of the time on the bike.


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There appears to be a void in space/time continuum where things that fall off the bike while riding tend to disappear to..

My license plate bracket broke off my bike after taking a 3 mile long ride.. after numerous passes with friends trying to find it, we just gave up.. and after a friend lost his wallet in a similar fashion, the void in space/time continuum theory came to mind..
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Ok well let me ask you this. If you carry a chain wallet, where do you place it, because I sure as heck won't be putting a wallet in my back pocket even if there's a chain on it. Plus leather suits dont have back pockets as I will be wearing one on the majority of the time on the bike.


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I wear riding jeans most of the time when I ride, and put it in my pocket. In your case I think I would stick to the backpack idea.
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Next group ride of 30+ you can put your wallets in my saddle bags. No worries than.
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Next group ride of 30+ you can put your wallets in my saddle bags. No worries than.
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There appears to be a void in space/time continuum where things that fall off the bike while riding tend to disappear to..

My license plate bracket broke off my bike after taking a 3 mile long ride.. after numerous passes with friends trying to find it, we just gave up.. and after a friend lost his wallet in a similar fashion, the void in space/time continuum theory came to mind..
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Get a man purse and put it under the seat....
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Go to a sporting goods store and buy you a plastic ticket holder with a lanyard. Put your license, a credit card and your insurance in it and wear it around your neck like dogtags. They will be under your jacket and will stay put even in a crash. You can even put your ICE info in there.

Leave your wallet at home. You can keep some cash in a pocket.

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Someone mailed it back to me!!!!!!!

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The money was taken out ($20 or so), and everything else remains....
Fair enough.

What was odd is it was said to be found on Hwy36.....I was only riding on that road for like 3 min at the most doing 60mph Shame I already replaced 3 cards, and my DL.....
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