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Slow Guy on a Fast Bike
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Hopefully next weekend co-operates and we can get out for a spin. Given the elevation of the snow, we are now limited to the Valley floor, but it is enough to (hopefully) allows us to make a Timmies Run this weekend. After that the insurance runs out, and the bikes get put into hibernation for the winter.

It seems like riding season came and went so quickly this year. we managed to log a good number of miles, including our two week RL / Oregon summer road trip, but it still seems bittersweet that the end is near.
 

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....and on a sunny and dry Sunday afternoon, after weeks of rain and wind I had to clean the yard, gutters and other outside home owner duties. Its spozed to be sunny today and the bike WILL be out this afternoon to circulate the fluids.
 

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Slow Guy on a Fast Bike
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....and on a sunny and dry Sunday afternoon, after weeks of rain and wind I had to clean the yard, gutters and other outside home owner duties. Its spozed to be sunny today and the bike WILL be out this afternoon to circulate the fluids.
I spent the weekend under the Jeep.
 

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Rain? ~ Snow? ~ Riding season? ... What's that?

Every day is a good day to ride here in California :biggrin:
Chuck is, of course, speaking for the Central Valley only…

Us coasties cannot ride year-round, well, I s'pose we could if we had good raingear.! :lol:
 

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I keep hearing that we in the Pacific Northwest can look forward to an El Nino winter, so I'm refusing to put the bike away this year. Maybe I'll get lucky.
 
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