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Those who rode the organized ride today

I hope ya froze yer nutz off. Hahahahahahahaha, pinch a waitresses butt for me!!!!
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No, thank you for not showing up today.

Counting pennies for next year's trackdays.
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No, thank you for not showing up today.

Thank you for leaving your future wife unattended today. I wiped up after myself but I would make her brush her teeth before you kiss her.
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I should have got out and road. but I was in the garage taking apart the new project. think I am going to make a val moto replica.

yes thats my daytona,no you cant ride it.

I an"t ridin it unless it has wheels or a skirt.
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It wasn't organized, but I rode. Some of us don't need to kiss the better half's ass to get out and ride.
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Roy, I heard it was cold. Nothing on ebay or T595? You get the nose sticker from Triumph and the rest I can get and PS. Will be a cool bike for Wanda. Hell the 650 would be cool bike for anyone. I just read the write up in Torque.
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I didn't know there was such a thing today. I was out for about 100 miles. Assorted roads west of Canonsburg. It fealt good!

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I didn't know there was such a thing today. I was out for about 100 miles. Assorted roads west of Canonsburg. It fealt good!

Check your PM's and you'll get with the program. Hehehehehehehe, actually two rides today.
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I didn't know there was such a thing today. I was out for about 100 miles. Assorted roads west of Canonsburg. It fealt good!
What time? I went out with a kid who picked up an F4i at the end of the season at about 3pm. We just took 980 to 50 and back 519. It was short and chilly, but it was nice to get out for my last good chance to ride.
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What time? I went out with a kid who picked up an F4i at the end of the season at about 3pm. We just took 980 to 50 and back 519. It was short and chilly, but it was nice to get out for my last good chance to ride.
That was EXACTLY part of my route. Probably around 2:00 or so. Oh well. It was fun.

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