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Old 08-17-2008, 07:14 PM   #21
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1999 Honda CBR600 F4

Well, to with all the "riding in the rain ain't too bad" comments. I put it just like that. Though it is my fault really and truly, my bike is streetfighted out, so it has no front fender which means... the rain on the road actually kicks up onto my helmet and all the grit on the road with it. I swear I was rained on 3-Days in a row going from SW to NW Houston, and I checked the weather forecast EVERYDAY, and it'd be like 10% chance. So I have actually put in a order for a new front fender.
I'll never regret the streetfighter convert, but I do regret taking off that front fender... grrr...
But I got bad luck like that sometimes... just hopes it ain't so bad to where I get ran over on my bike by a truck hauling pillows or something stoopid...
Give it a few years... streetfightin'll catch on...
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