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Crash Course: How To Safely Fall Off A Motorcycle
Ouch! Where do you live – the NE? You have to take a bike AND a train to get to work? I am soooo spoiled! LOL
Hey, I checked out the advrider website – it is huge! Actually, it is overwhelmingly enormous. I spent a loooong time trying to wade through the discussion threads for information on sidecars. But I also learned a lot!
Great site – thanks for the suggestion, Matt!
Those are sooo cool!
Oooooohh! Your jacket! Got it! ;-} BTW – I just remembered where you got your tag line… Hitchhiker’s Guide was fun. They should remake the old TV series.
I really hope that it is not just held on with a pin…. a few bolts would be nice! In fact, I’m wondering if they can weld them together! LOL And I must be getting old – I thought it was the road runner and coyote.
Thanks – I’ll check out the web site at advrider.com.
I know how you feel. Very intense class but grinned all the way through it. And I don’t know of any parking lot that is small enough to require a tight U turn like that…. I think they just want to make sure you won’t drop your bike at really slow speeds. But congrats to ya’ll and try not to smile too much this week!
Here’s another site you might try. I lived in Montana for 16 years and these are really great in the winter!
Wow, everyone is so spread out. That is cool to see. I’m the noob in CO.
Good idea! I found one on the US Plastic Corp web page.
24 Gallon Rubbermaid® ActionPacker® Storage Container 26.5″ x 19″ x 17.4″
These are the dimensions – would this be too big to put on the back of a Rebel 250 or a Ninja? I would place the weight of the drill and tool pouch in the center and make sure they wouldn’t slide around. Otherwise I worry about the weight tearing out the bolts through the plastic.
Thanks for the suggestion!
“What we have here is a failure to communicate.” (famous words from Cool Hand Luke).
Yeah, Spyders are cool but way out of my budget… let me try again…
I am looking for a small light weight trailer that I can carry my hand tools to work. This would include a case for a cordless drill and some work clothes including a hard hat. Not a lot, but more than can fit in the storage areas I’ve seen.
All of the trailers I find on line seem made for camping or long trips. I am looking for something more along the lines of a tool box on wheels. Something cheap and functional. I do not need something stylish or heavyduty that costs $5000.
I have not chosen a bike yet. I’m still trying to decide what I need… like the trailer. Thanks for any ideas you’ve got!
Thanks for the quick response! Is there a difference in noise level between the air cooled and water cooled engines?