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post #21 of 28 (permalink) Old 12-14-2016, 12:15 PM
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Anyone thought about keeping your bikes for winter storage?
If weather permits, many of us like to ride all year round if we can. We had a easy winter last year here in Ohio and I was able to ride at least once all 12 months of the year This year is proving to be a bit more in the norm however, and I have not ventured out in 2 weeks

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Anyone thought about keeping your bikes for winter storage?
That is just sad


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Hey Mike D, what's that thingy on the back of your bike?
Is that like the keg on the collar of a St. Bernard?

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Hey Mike D, what's that thingy on the back of your bike?
Is that like the keg on the collar of a St. Bernard?

He's got whiskey in it, in case he has to rescue someone in those mountains Note: the whiskey's for him.... There's an old Warner Brothers cartoon joke hidden in there if you've seen it as a kid. Watch below.....



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yep, that's exactly what I was referencing xringracing. hahahahhaaa

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Because of my obsessive love of the "Demand Rum" I had to convert it to the storage of petroleum product.

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winter washing?? oh thank goodness you were talking about the bike, I thought you might be considering a bath!!!! Just tell your wife?gf ?both, use a damp cloth and gently wipe it down, don't want water intruding into places where it can freeze expand and cause damage , or carry dissolved salt , never never use hot water, mildly warm at best
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