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Introductions / Re: New to Kawasaki as in today!
« Last post by SteveL-J on Today at 12:09:17 pm »
Welcome from someone who still rides in London if he can't avoid it.  :)

Back in the early eighties traffic in central London was pretty damn crazy but, almost, everyone knew what they were doing. Except for the two idiots who turned out in front of me.  :-\ Second one broke the 125, and convinced me to always wear a full face helmet!
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Introductions / Re: New to Kawasaki as in today!
« Last post by SteveL-J on Today at 12:01:39 pm »
Yet another Steve!  Welcome.   :beerchug:

 :beerchug:  :beerchug:
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Introductions / Re: New to Kawasaki as in today!
« Last post by SteveL-J on Today at 11:59:47 am »
I only got here about ten minutes ahead of you -- but, welcome !!  ;)

Right back at ya!

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Introductions / Re: New to Kawasaki as in today!
« Last post by SteveL-J on Today at 11:58:38 am »
Congrats.

I moved from an '82 GS 1100E to my 00 ZG1000 way in 2003.

Loved the Zook but the C10 made long distances possible for me.

It was a tough moment watching a stranger ride away on my friend of almost 15 years and 25,000 miles. But it was also time, I'm looking forward to making longer trips on the new friend, maybe even Chicago to Denver to see my daughter!
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Concours 14 / ZG1400 General Chat and Tech / Re: Slip on questions
« Last post by Jeff Kerkow on Today at 11:47:09 am »
I've seen CS 1s on this board as well as other places for sale. If you have a little time you should be able to find one.
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Other Motorcycles / Re: Harley Suspends work on LiveWire
« Last post by Bud on Today at 11:40:33 am »
NW Harley Davidson in Lacey, has one on the floor that is available for test rides.
Go ride it and tell us what you think.  I should check and see if the dealer in Evansville has a demo.  Not gonna buy one but I'd sure like to see what it's like.
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Other Motorcycles / Re: Harley Suspends work on LiveWire
« Last post by gPink on Today at 10:09:12 am »
Government green money ran out?
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Yea, I tried in my area and all I got was the evil eye.
You could see in their faces..."This guy is up to something evil and no good"

It was like explaining global warming to a door knob or something.
It would be worth the trip to have it done in another area, outside of Wyoming where folks don't know what pronghorn and buffalo is. :-[
Harry, I had a serious conversation with one of my door knobs and it feels as much regret and accepts the same level of responsibility for 'global warming' as I do.
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KS, a small amount of oil there is normal.
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We're in, 2up, don't know where we're staying yet
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