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Re: NC or Bust! - Minnesota

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Ken Christopherson

02-25-2014 14:37:29

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I have had the Case out in the snow three times this winter just for fun. The first time it was out, it was probably -15*.

I guess the fact that I took my motorcycle around the block the other day (at about 12 degrees), was a little nuts. But I always get my first ride in during the month of February, ever since I have started riding in 2008. Am I crazy? Ya sure, youbetcha! Ha ha ha.

Ken (40 minutes NW of MPLS/STP)

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Straw Boss

02-25-2014 15:20:30

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 Re: NC or Bust! - Minnesota in reply to Ken Christopherson, 02-25-2014 14:37:29  
Love the bike Ken! Always liked the look of an all black machine. Second choice would be Flambeau! Temps were in the 60s while I was in NC. Saw quite a few bikes on the road there but not a one in Missouri or Tennessee, even though I thought it might be warm enough for a die hard biker to take a spin.

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Ken Christopherson

02-25-2014 15:51:16

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 Re: NC or Bust! - Minnesota in reply to Straw Boss, 02-25-2014 15:20:30  

A flambeau bike, you say? Hmmmm... I wonder if anyone has ever done that before? :-) The above was a picture of my first bike: a Honda Shadow Spirit 750. It's amazing what a little leftover tractor paint will do!

Temps in the 60's? I'd be riding all over!

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