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  1. nevada72
    10-18-2017 05:36 PM
    Hey - Anyone who left a message that didn't get a response - my apologies! I don't get notifications to let me know a message was left. Best to PM me directly.
  2. Oddman
    03-02-2017 04:01 PM
    stickers still available? just caught wind of this and read the horrible story. Larry has taught me a lesson, being that I am new to riding and wouldn't have even thought this was possible. I would have definitely jumped on that trailer till I read this story. Your a good man for carrying on for him in this effort. I hope those bastards fry in hell for eternity
  3. mndelrosario
    08-27-2015 08:11 AM
    Great stories!
  4. Fatburger
    01-21-2015 11:27 PM
    Great pics of the Grand Canyon. I'm heading there in May. Hopefully ride through Yosemite and Death Valley on the way depending on road conditions. I appreciate any advice on stops around there. Me n the OL are camping at North Rim Campground. Ride safe and thanks much.
  5. mitchflhx
    01-11-2015 08:03 AM
    I have been reading your latest post.....very good I am really enjoying it. I wanted to ask how you like the full face after the long trip. Also if you do not mind what kind did you buy. Thanks, Mitch
  6. billnourse
    12-04-2014 08:17 AM

    You were wondering about sound between catted and gutted. Here is what I found:

    A friend has a 2014 Limited that is completely stock except for Freedom Performance slipons. I just got my new to me 2013 Limited finished, and I put the same FP slipons on it, but my cat is gone and I have a PCV tuner. There is probably a little more volume from mine, but not to the point of being obnoxious. My opinion is that taking the cat out will make the bike a little louder, but not enough to override the benefits of running cooler.
  7. nevada72
    06-17-2014 07:24 AM
    Thanks LB - Likewise on the comments. I'm not sure if I'll do a Road Report so much as a short post about the ride. It should be good fun meeting up with some of your neighbors and tearing up the Ozarks.
  8. LoneBone
    06-16-2014 11:07 PM
    Good last post on the lost gun thread. Usually always appreciate your insightful comments. Hope you guys have safe riding in Arkansas, and hopefully there will be a thread about it soon...
  9. larsfum
    11-03-2013 06:46 AM
    In regards to the thread where the guy posted the video of him almost losing it; I appreciate your comments, and the civility of how you chose to disagree with others' comments.
    I can always respect someone who, while not agreeing with me chooses to voice their disagreement in such a manner, Ride safe.
  10. kokemill
    04-21-2013 10:49 PM
    I could not find reply, FNG! No, I'm a returned rider, I'll probably post on the XL forum just to prove touring on a Sporty is not a problem.

    That guy from ADV has quite a ride! my friend Charles told be to buy a Suzuki SV650 (?) if I didn't get the Sporty. Told me it was my personality, i don't use trails when mountain biking.

    I was going to put my real email and phone in here, then I noticed they are public. You should (and really anyone near here) feel free to stop by for free beer and clean bathrooms. And definitely if you need a tool place to fix something. We are about 15 minutes due south LaGrange in the kettle.

    The phrase comes from a Korean american comedian, I didn't know if forum rules would let quote her exactly.

    Oh and June 28th 2012 St Louis 108 high, our thermometer read 109 and we are sticking with it.


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