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    BMW Enduroguard suit

    Does anyone have any experience with this suit, has anyone tried in warm weather etc.

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    There's one link to a thread in the Similar Thread pane at the bottom of the screen.

    I also found this video that was posted:

    https://forums.bmwmoa.org/showthread...=1#post1084273

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    A good discussion in the Equipment forum at ADVrider.com.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sailorlite View Post
    A good discussion in the Equipment forum at ADVrider.com.
    Ahh, beat me to it! Thread is here:http://advrider.com/index.php?thread...-suit.1183340/ It's unlikely you'll have any more questions about the suit after going through all that. Sounds like a great suit.
    Larry
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    Quote Originally Posted by lkraus View Post
    Ahh, beat me to it! Thread is here:http://advrider.com/index.php?thread...-suit.1183340/ It's unlikely you'll have any more questions about the suit after going through all that. Sounds like a great suit.
    I do appreciate some posts like this, sending me elsewhere, but will point out that for this link to to be of any use at all a person must have joined ADV Riders, which I did once, found it too noisy, and am no longer signed up. My bad maybe but I am mostly a street rider with no interest in wading through the thousands of pages of testosterone that comes up on ADV.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PGlaves View Post
    I do appreciate some posts like this, sending me elsewhere, but will point out that for this link to to be of any use at all a person must have joined ADV Riders, which I did once, found it too noisy, and am no longer signed up. My bad maybe but I am mostly a street rider with no interest in wading through the thousands of pages of testosterone that comes up on ADV.
    I'm on ADV and must admit that there is a lot of testosterone laden bs on the site, but you can set your filters in such way that only the relevant, to you, threads pop up. Same as here btw..
    I must admit that CSM and Yo Momma aren't on my radar either. The ride reports and equipment reviews however are second to none... YMMV
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    I visit ADV for the Classifieds section. It's one of the best Classifieds out there and it's not all dirt bike stuff like you would think.
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    Simply reading a thread at advrider.com does not require signing in or registering. I provided the link because it's the most complete review source for this suit that I know of. That thread currently has 469 entries. The only related thread I could find here has three.

    There is a lot of nonsense and crassness there, but I won't lay the blame on testosterone, as there are women posting some pretty outrageous stuff, too. It's fairly civilized if you stay out of the Basement (which requires registration to even see the door). I guess you could call the inmates adults, whose social skills stopped growing in the fourth grade. Jack Riepe would probably be at home there. It is an incredibly large, worldwide forum, attracting people with all kinds of interests, skills, and bikes. The best investigation into the BMW fuel strip problem (and workaround) that I've found is there. Ditto for the GS fork crimp issues. The forum is much too large to try to keep up with every topic, so it does take some searching to find the worthwhile stuff.
    Larry
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