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Have fun on your adventures Guy we will be expecting pics of the places that it takes you!!!!
 
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I can't wait either Guy. I really enjoy your photography and stories.

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Riding season is here once again! I just added another machine to the collection. Always wanted to own a Ninja 250 and found a new one at nearly 40% off the list price. Features a liquid cooled parallel twin engine (13,000 rpm redline!) and puts out about 26 rear wheel horsepower in stock form. With a bit of tweaking I can get a lot more out of it than that :biggrin: -

 
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Riding season is here once again! I just added another machine to the collection. Always wanted to own a Ninja 250 and found a new one at nearly 40% off the list price. Features a liquid cooled parallel twin engine (13,000 rpm redline!) and puts out about 26 rear wheel horsepower in stock form. With a bit of tweaking I can get a lot more out of it than that :biggrin: -

Man, how can you ride something shaped liKe that? I've tried to ride bikes like the Aprilla and Duc and I end up feeling like a Giraffe bending down at a watering hole. Corse I'm tall, old, beat up, and put together with pins, plates, and screws and don't bend well.
 

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I never rode a Ninja 250, but my orange Suzuki 650 is really comfortable. I've put in one 800 mile day, and a mess of 400 - 600 mile days. Very upright seating position and fair wind protection.

No, it doesn't look like a typical cruiser... I like the seating position on the 'Zuki better, although it reminded me of the seating position on a Road King oddly enough.

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Really is good for the soul.
Just been to town and back on my Sprint, need the battery charged.:flute:

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Guy

Great to see weather is starting to improve over there, looking foward to more great pics.
PS the Spookie looks brand new again.

Mark

"had to go to town on the Sprint to charge the battery" :flute:, is that what ya told the cook.

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Man, how can you ride something shaped liKe that? I've tried to ride bikes like the Aprilla and Duc and I end up feeling like a Giraffe bending down at a watering hole. Corse I'm tall, old, beat up, and put together with pins, plates, and screws and don't bend well.
No issues with sport bike ergonomics. I've done 900 mile days on my 2008 Suzuki Hayabusa
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Great to see another bike out and about. Because of our crazy winter or lack thereof here I was able to ride quite a bit this winter - almost as many miles Jan - April as last May - Oct. We finally had snow up high last week but not much. The south faces are all ready melted off as in the picture but there was enough to keep the passes closed. Still I will probably be crossing over the divides in May instead of June or July like normal. Anyway it is promising to be a long dry summer.

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Hey Guy

Be sure to put new batteries in the ole camera. We Not only love your quest but the pictures that go with the ride.

Have a good riding year
Buck
 
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