I tried sitting on a Mustang seat once, but my butt didn't fit it, I kind of sat "around" the divot (felt like I was sitting on the old outhouse seat, with the open space under my a$$ lol)
Unless its a.....Nothing looks better than a clean polished black bike
silence, heretic! >=|unless its a.....
Clean polished blue bike,
clean polished red bike,
clean polished yellow bike,
clean polished white bike,
clean polished ......
I think the pattern here is clear!
I had to go see my buddy who's buying a place in Penn Argyl this morning.I rode into work today, I took the Vstar since it's still filthy and salty from last week and the roads around here are still salted in places. I figured since I have to wash it already a bit more dirt wont hurt.
I did underestimate the temperature, the forecast was 48-50 but I never checked in the AM, and it was pretty darn cold, I really could have used my electric gloves. Turned out that it was 38 this morning..brrrr..but I survived
Thanks Metal 2005 Dyna Superglide Simple and Love things that way ..Nice looking bike, Gator Joe. :thumbsup: You do have a knack for acquiring standouts! :icon_cool:
Nope , Soup has a Fat Boy .. Was a Fat Boy for 20+ Years .. But Lost weight so Ride a Dyna now .. Own 3 Bikes Now Victory Cross country, Indian Scout and Dyna Wide Glide .. All American Iron ..How many is that now? Did you get a blue one to be like Soup?
That's what happens when you get used to sitting behind a fairing. You forget it's still cold even though the wind may not be so bad.
I had to go see my buddy who's buying a place in Penn Argyl this morning.
Yep, it was a bit cold going out alright, but I was dressed for it.
Coming home this afternoon, something strange happened. It took me almost
two hours and 80 miles to get home! I could've sworn that it was only about
45 miles and one hour going out this morning! Maybe the warm afternoon
sun had something to do with it. Or maybe it was the way the bike handled
the curves with the new Michelin tires. All I know is, I ended up taking every
back road that I knew (and some that I didn't) on the ride home.
Along the way I detoured south and scouted out your favorite
place, Petey's Eateys, for a future Saturday morning ride with my buddies.
I don't know where you are seeing all this salt, Mike. I put on over 130 miles
today and I didn't see anything more than a bit of left over sand or gravel
in a few corners.
That was the best ride I've had since last fall!!
Yeeeha! It's spring!! :biggrin:
I guess you can keep it, but it's your responsibility to make sure it gets fed, and taken for rides, young man. *waves finger*