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Old 11-19-12, 08:37   #51
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Default Riding season?

ROFL. "Riding season"? LOL. What is that? Only one of the biggest myths there is with motorcycles. At most we get what, a month with snow on the ground in a really bad winter? MAYBE 2 months of extreme temperatures? That leaves 10 months a year to ride. That is hardly "half a season". :)

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I am on east coast so rates are different, it makes me mad the rates are as high as they are given we have a half riding season to begin with.
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Old 11-19-12, 08:40   #52
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I'm probably going to be disappearing from forums - decided to keep the r6.


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Good luck with your wrists! LOL. Just kidding!

Ride safe! :)
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Lol whatever.


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A liter bike is better for the street IMO.

Good luck with the R6. Hope you have good insurance and good security because they are high theft targets.
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