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    Quote Originally Posted by henzilla View Post
    Took the flag bike out today to rotate some fuel...this bike just brings on a BIG
    Just keeps me from buying stuff that doesn't fit in the Smuggler trunk.
    My oh my! That's a beauty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkM View Post
    My oh my! That's a beauty.
    I've often thought Mr Henson's ride to be one of the finest custom painted S bikes I've ever seen gracing this forum. For awhile I even contemplated redoing my S in a similar fashion, but with the Seahawks colors. (Then I came to my senses...lol).
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    Thanks! Hard to be low key-under the radar on that bike
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    Quote Originally Posted by henzilla View Post
    Thanks! Hard to be low key-under the radar on that bike
    Had a similar issue with a Fly Yellow Ducati 900 SS/SP a few years back...know exactly what you mean! Before that a Red Duc 900 SS/CR, seems you combined the best colors so the cops could see you more clearly?
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    I think he parked it among the lawn tractors (in the distance) to see if anyone would notice...kind of like ET hiding in the closet among all the stuffed animals. I have a feeling he did not fool anybody.
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    I did park with them for a shot a few years back in Things that match your bike.

    I rode a buds Duc Super Sport and was immediately pulled over for a looksy. Some bikes just do that, regardless of velocity!

    Our fun, but not as fun '95 Roadster...what Helen was riding when we met. She wants this to become a Scrambler when I "have some time"
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    Interesting idea, though it might be a little heavier than my first Scrambler, a Honda 250 in '63.
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    Post a picture of your oilhead

    Quote Originally Posted by henzilla View Post
    Took the flag bike out today to rotate some fuel...this bike just brings on a BIG
    Just keeps me from buying stuff that doesn't fit in the Smuggler trunk.

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    It coordinates well with the cub cadets in the background.

    Edit: guess that has already been discussed, but seeing as those mowers put a roof over my head, I'm happy to see them. If you could each post photos of cubs in your garages, I'd be happier yet.

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    Approaching the Blue Ridge

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    You certainly have some beautiful country to ride that RS.

    And, I don't see a lot of traffic there! A little green with envy...
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    Hey SeabeckS,

    I am not sure you should be envious. We have some nice roads out here, but I have seen enough pictures of your area to know you are not suffering for lack of good roads.

    I do not know if this area gets a lot of traffic. I did see a couple of campgrounds down the road. I was out early yesterday so traffic was not a factor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluehole View Post
    Hey SeabeckS,

    I am not sure you should be envious. We have some nice roads out here, but I have seen enough pictures of your area to know you are suffering for lack of good roads.

    I do not know if this area gets a lot of traffic. I did see a couple of campgrounds down the road. I was out early yesterday so traffic was not a factor.
    The challenge in the GPS (Greater Puget Sound) region is you have to ride through a fair amount of Freeway traffic (with idiot cagers) to get to the primo roads. Sometimes wish I was back in NW Nevada and the Sierras for the best rides! From where we lived before, it was 15-20 minutes to some excellent riding territory...now it's a bit further! LOL
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    Seen today while riding in Door County. They're "Ho-Made"!
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