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    Re: My baby is in the garage

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    Quote Originally Posted by CHRIS63 View Post
    Mines been put away since October

    It's not hard to look underneath and see if a bike is driven in ****** winter conditions, no thanks.
    LOL, you sound like you don't leave the house at anything 5c and below. Winter starts December 21st btw...
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    Re: My baby is in the garage

    Quote Originally Posted by CHRIS63 View Post
    Mines been put away since October

    It's not hard to look underneath and see if a bike is driven in ****** winter conditions, no thanks.
    My underside looks fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrivatePilot View Post
    ....Am I the only one who thinks of my motorcycle as a chunk of steel and aluminum that makes noise and puts the wind in my face, and takes me on adventures, the latter 2 bits being the parts I enjoy most? The actual bike is just a tool to me.

    Sure, I like my motorcycle, but I don't love my motorcycle.

    Some of y'all sound like you've crossed a line somewhere.



    Memories aren't made in the garage. It's a pice of steel, not a Ming dynasty vase. Ride the damn thing, you can't take it to your grave with you, and no, a speck of rust won't turn it into a pile of dust and destroy it's resale value.

    And while you're at it, stop worrying about resale value. Ride the damn bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrivatePilot View Post
    ....Am I the only one who thinks of my motorcycle as a chunk of steel and aluminum that makes noise and puts the wind in my face, and takes me on adventures, the latter 2 bits being the parts I enjoy most? The actual bike is just a tool to me.

    Sure, I like my motorcycle, but I don't love my motorcycle.

    Some of y'all sound like you've crossed a line somewhere.



    Memories aren't made in the garage. It's a pice of steel, not a Ming dynasty vase. Ride the damn thing, you can't take it to your grave with you, and no, a speck of rust won't turn it into a pile of dust and destroy it's resale value.

    And while you're at it, stop worrying about resale value. Ride the damn bike.

    Hallelujah! Holy ****! Where's the Tylenol?
    Maybe motorcycling isn't for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trials View Post
    Maybe it's just a chunk of steel in your hands, giver here and I'll show you how to make it orgasm.
    You crossed that line.
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    Re: My baby is in the garage

    Quote Originally Posted by PrivatePilot View Post

    Memories aren't made in the garage. It's a pice of steel, not a Ming dynasty vase. Ride the damn thing, you can't take it to your grave with you
    Actually, yes you can

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    Last edited by Clem; 12-07-2018 at 02:41 PM.

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    Wait! you ride an 800 pounder? :I take it back,
    way too much woman for me too.

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    Re: My baby is in the garage

    Quote Originally Posted by Low rider View Post
    Maybe motorcycling isn't for you.
    Hmm.. If I don't pat and hug my car telling it how much I love it, does it mean driving a car isn't for me, or is it a tool that gets me to where I want to go?

    They are definitely things that are nice to have, don't know about talking to inanimate objects though. Disclaimer: I do pat my bike's gas tank from time to time during times of long storage, but only if I happen to be walking by it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PLau View Post
    Hmm.. If I don't pat and hug my car telling it how much I love it, does it mean driving a car isn't for me, or is it a tool that gets me to where I want to go?

    They are definitely things that are nice to have, don't know about talking to inanimate objects though. Disclaimer: I do pat my bike's gas tank from time to time during times of long storage, but only if I happen to be walking by it.
    How nice of a car are we talking here Ferrari or GM

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    Re: My baby is in the garage

    Meeh ...just metal and rubber. Treat it with oil and gas and it's happy.

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