Winter's coming to an end...

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  1. i64X

    i64X New Member

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    Which matters for us in states with snow. :) It was around 44 degrees yesterday so my brother and I went out for a rip. Here's my FJR1300A and his CBR600RR. It was good times and a nice start to the season, which hopefully will be getting here by the end of the month.

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    Got up too 67 here yesterday. Didnt get a chance to get out on the bikes tho. Everyone wanted to go hiking instead. :rant:
     
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    44 isn't too bad, I regularly commute with it that cold out. 28's about the coldest I've left in though.
     
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    hehe, It's finally in the mid 50's here.....during the day.

    nighttime it's been 20-25 degrees though. Living in the high desert means you always have to carry cold and warm weather gear.
     
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    It's getting into the low 40's here, during the day anyways, and I'm already getting anxious. Some of the backroads are still icy & slushy though. I think I'll do an oil change next week so I can at least feel like I'm getting ready to ride.
     
  6. i64X

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    Next week is supposed to be mid 40's here without any precipitation. That's what they're saying now anyway. If it's true, I'm riding to work next week. It'll probably be 32 or so in the morning when I leave, but that's what fairings, windshields, and cold weather gear is for.

    I can't WAIT to start riding this year. :-D
     
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    who needs fairings and windshields?
     
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    No more mud on my bike!.its stopped raining since feb
     
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    I see bikes all over the place while going to and from work.
    Love living in cali :coolugh:
     
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    Where else you going to mount the radio and the Slurpee cupholder????

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