New project from the Dark Side

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SonicVenum
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Re: New project from the Dark Side

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Yup, definitely going to ease into it. It's been about 5 years since I last rode. I'm sure I'm rusty, but there are a few large parking lots around here, and we have the nice small streets that run parallel to the larger main streets, so I will be able to keep to lower-traffic streets while I shake the rust off.

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Tetge
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Re: New project from the Dark Side

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Staying off streets as much as possible is still the best way to shake off rust. But, on the other hand, if you have not ridden in five years, there obviously is no compelling urge for you to do so, as real hard core bikers, ride.

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Re: New project from the Dark Side

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Juan, remember that goofy off-road bike class we went to? A good 'memory lane' entry.
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SonicVenum
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Re: New project from the Dark Side

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Yup, that was a lot of fun. It was a helluva trek to get out there, but it was worth it.

As for the subject of this thread, it's sitting out front waiting for a buyer. I don't have the time or energy to do much more to it. Just got it registered for another year and smogged for another 2 years, so that should be a good selling point.

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Re: New project from the Dark Side

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yes, I agree. I'll pass :lol: Terri keeps tightening the leash on me... :think: But I have my tricks still.

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