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Sld1959

Professional
Well with all the snow it was time to put the summer toys, it was a nice run this year, but yes, baby does go in the corner...

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Sld1959

Professional
No way, mine stays active year round ... though there are less miles in the winter months. This is the day I took my latest home and below is during a 10 day trip. View attachment 32634
Nice, 63 years old, two artificial hips, arthretic back and my daredevil days are done. Won't be tempted to get it out on a sunny day. Best for me to just put her away until spring.
 
Nice, 63 years old, two artificial hips, arthretic back and my daredevil days are done. Won't be tempted to get it out on a sunny day. Best for me to just put her away until spring.
Sold my Ultra Limited 7 years ago.....haven't set foot in a Harley shop since...I know what will happen if i do. I miss it but too many distracted drivers on the road these days.

The wife and I now get our "air time" with our convertible. Not the same but close
 

Old_Me

Hellcat
i used to bring mine back to the dealership where he had a heated storage building. cost me like $50 a month, from Columbus Day weekend until the middle of April. they'd also do what ever service the bikes needed.

but, i too can no longer ride 2 wheelers, maybe some day, if'n i hit the lott-ree, i'll get me a nice fully decked out trike....
 

Bear007

Custom
i used to bring mine back to the dealership where he had a heated storage building. cost me like $50 a month, from Columbus Day weekend until the middle of April. they'd also do what ever service the bikes needed.

but, i too can no longer ride 2 wheelers, maybe some day, if'n i hit the lott-ree, i'll get me a nice fully decked out trike....
I'm not in need of a trike yet. I'm not crazy about trikes so I may just hang it up when that time comes, hopefully got a number of years left before that time.
 

Area52

Custom
Spent much of free time this year fixing house stuff and ridin’season was nonexistent. Got so bad I’d stop in my tracks when I heard the distinct rumble of a twin-v a’coming and only watch as someone passed by.
The good thing about mc tires and cold weather is they seem to with their soft compound, but here in the Midwest I prefer to stay off the streets as the low hanging sun causes too much glare, slick leaves, railroad track and grate condensation and now icing.

Time to call my insurance company to discontinue the Liability coverage, saves me $200 when not riding in winter.

So as my FLHX sits in the side garage, I salute those braving the cold for a worthy cause!

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Old_Me

Hellcat
I'm not in need of a trike yet. I'm not crazy about trikes so I may just hang it up when that time comes, hopefully got a number of years left before that time.
well i used to ride "2 wheelers", but several major back operations and i simply cannot steady a bike between my legs.....

so it'll be a trike someday (if i hit the lott-ree), or a gun store.....

or maybe a candy store.....i luv's me my Snickers, and they will be all MINE...MINE...MINE...MINE...!!!!!!!!!!
 

Bear007

Custom
Spent much of free time this year fixing house stuff and ridin’season was nonexistent. Got so bad I’d stop in my tracks when I heard the distinct rumble of a twin-v a’coming and only watch as someone passed by.
The good thing about mc tires and cold weather is they seem to with their soft compound, but here in the Midwest I prefer to stay off the streets as the low hanging sun causes too much glare, slick leaves, railroad track and grate condensation and now icing.

Time to call my insurance company to discontinue the Liability coverage, saves me $200 when not riding in winter.

So as my FLHX sits in the side garage, I salute those braving the cold for a worthy cause!

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I know that feeling of hearing a bike coming down the road when you're at home doing some work. Everything stops while you watch it go by with those wanting eyes ...

A big part of my winter riding is the year round motorcycle escorts, active duty soldiers returning home and veteran funeral escorts with the Patriot Guard Riders and American Legion Riders.
 
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