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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by mack, Nov 29, 2005.

  1. mack

    mack Turbo Monkey

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    It seems that I havent been on this site for ever, the same goes for both my bikes. It seems that as soon as the leaves go and it starts to drop below 50, I stop riding all together. Its not like I've been busy or anything, to be honest I havent even thought of riding at all lately. Winter sucks.

    PS> Why the hell is the photo section still down???
     

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  2. splat

    splat Nam I am

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    Your Loss , Winter riding is great.
     
  3. dwaugh

    dwaugh Turbo Monkey

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    Yeah, check me out riding a log in the snow last saturday. :cool:
     
  4. mcA896

    mcA896 Turbo Monkey

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    Same here Mack. I never feel like riding in winter.
     
  5. skinny mike

    skinny mike Turbo Monkey

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    mack, go to the shawnee peak snow race up in maine. it will brighten your outlook on winter riding. i love riding in the snow as long as there isnt too much.
     
  6. Changleen

    Changleen Paranoid Member

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    It's OK if you get a 'proper' winter and snow to play in, but it's not so much fun if it just means it's nearly always wet, cold as crap and gets dark before you leave work.

    Fortunately for me it's summer right now! :D
     
  7. adurham

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    winter riding is fine once you go out to ride but its really hard to get motivated to go to the mountain...its snowboard season anyways
     
  8. kinghami3

    kinghami3 Future Turbo Monkey

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    Hey! There's me in the background!

    edit: nevermind, that's TtotheJ. I am around the corner still.
     
  9. dwaugh

    dwaugh Turbo Monkey

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    Hahaha, you lose. You weren't in any of the pics. :p See, you gotta do things to be in pictures, not be around the corner hiding from the camera.
     
  10. hooples3

    hooples3 Fuggetaboutit!

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    its tough to get people to go riding in the winter so usually i will just find some street riding on My SS . I love it once there is so serious snow on the ground, i get dressed nice and warm and hit the streets for hours
     
  11. johnbryanpeters

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    Winter riding is great.
     
  12. DRB

    DRB unemployed bum

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    Look Mack was finally able to spell is password correctly.
     
  13. McGRP01

    McGRP01 beer and bikes

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    It's because you're a PVSSY!
     
  14. TreeSaw

    TreeSaw Mama Monkey

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    I have to agree with Splat & JBP....winter riding is great! Just make sure to have warm gloves and smartwool socks :thumb: