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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 12-22-2004, 07:02 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone of you posers..

going to ride if the roads dry up? I'm thinking if the roads dry I may venture to Mr. Rogers Nieghborhood and visit his asshole nieghbor who got a new hog to show off. Hope he isn't home so I can steal it. Hahahahahahaha, feels down right balmy out today.
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I would need nobbies to get to the street, its muddy as hell in the back

Complicity? Simplexity? Its simply too complicated for me.
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Starting dry up, may be rolling out to aleast charge the battery and circulate the oil.
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<--- That's a pretty yellow bike. Who does that belong to?

Complicity? Simplexity? Its simply too complicated for me.
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Some asshole totaled it since it needed new tires. Hahahahahaha
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Hey, Rich, my pond is frozen over. trust me its completely solid, come on over and we'll put some sheet metal srews into your tires and you can try out ice racing

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87 miles, lots of shit on the side roads, intersections of the main road have some debris, road salt taste like shit, bike got a lil more dirty, stayed off the edges (hell rode the centers) and wasn't to cold. Bike still runs good, front tire is cupped and needs replaced, front pads are worn down and the spring developed some sag or I gained weight. Hahahahahahahahahahahaha.
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87 miles, lots of shit on the side roads, intersections of the main road have some debris, road salt taste like shit, bike got a lil more dirty, stayed off the edges (hell rode the centers) and wasn't to cold. Bike still runs good, front tire is cupped and needs replaced, front pads are worn down and the spring developed some sag or I gained weight. Hahahahahahahahahahahaha.
With your fat a$$ you need a air shock off a peterbuilt not a spring

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Yea I believe he tool my harley out for a ride also. It's out of gas and dripping wet with dirt.
Well bagger do you like the harley. ain't it great with those sweptback bars. Sits nice and low to the ground too. Hope you enjoyed the ride, Anytime bro..

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