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Old 11-15-2007, 07:03 PM   #41
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yeah.. making some tonight... with fritos and cheddar cheese.. woo hoo. frito pie with cheese...
i know where im goin for dinner
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Old 11-15-2007, 07:04 PM   #42
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.. i better stay home tonight.. to old to be raising kids again..
haha thats the whole reason more kids are concieved in the winter
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Old 11-15-2007, 07:05 PM   #43
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OMG I COULD'T STOP LAUGHING!!! People just dont know how true that is unless they have ridden an rc51 on a hot day.
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haha thats the whole reason more kids are concieved in the winter
Yup, up in NY there's always a surge of babies born about nine months after the big snowstorms.

I like walking outside and smelling the clean, fresh air - alive with the scent or snow and fireplaces.

(Oh, and this isn't what y'all are calling cold, is it? I can just now turn my AC off!)
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Yup, up in NY there's always a surge of babies born about nine months after the big snowstorms.

I like walking outside and smelling the clean, fresh air - alive with the scent or snow and fireplaces.

(Oh, and this isn't what y'all are calling cold, is it? I can just now turn my AC off!)
bunch of panzies they are. i ride year round. its never to cold around here unless its raining then its downright wrong
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OMG I COULD'T STOP LAUGHING!!! People just dont know how true that is unless they have ridden an rc51 on a hot day.
it is just the right temp on a cold day.
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bunch of panzies they are. i ride year round. its never to cold around here unless its raining then its downright wrong
Heated grips and electric vest FTW!
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Heated grips and electric vest FTW!
neopreme gloves,mesh jacket and blue jeans FTW!
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nah i got gauntlet leather gloves, leather jacket and blue jeans
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neopreme gloves,mesh jacket and blue jeans FTW!
That won't get you down past 45F, and that's a stretch. I used to layer up but I ended up looking and feeling like the Michellin Man. Glove liners made for difficulty with horn/signals. I went ahead and upgraded to thermal liners inside the gear and heated grips. The vest is next.
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full leathers with a windbreaker underneath, turtle fur neck baclava, winter gloves...soon to add a foggy mask
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That won't get you down past 45F, and that's a stretch. I used to layer up but I ended up looking and feeling like the Michellin Man. Glove liners made for difficulty with horn/signals. I went ahead and upgraded to thermal liners inside the gear and heated grips. The vest is next.
cold doesnt bother me much, ill just keep it under 120mph
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I picked up a Respro Foggy last year - it's awesome! Even wirks to eliminate fog on my glasses.
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cold doesnt bother me much, ill just keep it under 120mph
Thats.......HARDCORE
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