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    Quote Originally Posted by adamchandler View Post
    This is the one I have and it hangs from my crash bars. Works well.



    Looks like a bug collector!
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    My cup holder: hydration system with Coleman half gallon cooler and drink tube.
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    To those saying this would be torn off or collect bugs or hit cars or hit tool booths or parking garages. I live in northern New Hampshire. we don't really get bugs like most states and I don't have tight parking or parking garages so I've never had a problem. When I ride to work, I drop in my coffee, throw a leg over and my coffee is still hot when I arrive. No risk of spilling either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adamchandler View Post
    I live in northern New Hampshire. we don't really get bugs like most states
    No black flies in northern NH? They are very heavy in northern NY in the spring. It's true they aren't large, but they get right in your face and are very annoying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PGlaves View Post
    This requires great care at toll booths and parking garages.
    It would never survive a California commute, either...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKsuited View Post
    No black flies in northern NH? They are very heavy in northern NY in the spring. It's true they aren't large, but they get right in your face and are very annoying.

    Harry
    Not really. it's weird because all of our neighbors have them really bad. Mosquitos are bad if you're sitting still.

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    We've got plenty of black flies for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skibum69 View Post
    We've got plenty of black flies for you.

    We've done a few trips to NS/NL and northern Maine and my god, you can't stop for 10 seconds without being swarmed. I started putting the netting over my helmet at gas stations :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by RIDERR1150GSADV View Post
    That's the one I use. Coffee in the morning (can sip at stoplights), Big Gulp of Diet Mountain Dew in the afternoons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adamchandler View Post
    To those saying this would be torn off or collect bugs or hit cars or hit tool booths or parking garages. I live in northern New Hampshire. we don't really get bugs like most states and I don't have tight parking or parking garages so I've never had a problem. When I ride to work, I drop in my coffee, throw a leg over and my coffee is still hot when I arrive. No risk of spilling either.
    We get grass hoppers here fairly often, plus mosquitos and flies. Often I have come back from a day run and the leading edge of the fairing, suspension and anything else out in the wind is completely covered in a nice layer of dark green goo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoorUB View Post
    We get grass hoppers here fairly often, plus mosquitos and flies. Often I have come back from a day run and the leading edge of the fairing, suspension and anything else out in the wind is completely covered in a nice layer of dark green goo.
    When you hit the right batch of grasshoppers the shin portion of riding pants may look like somebody spilled a bunch of mustard. Those little suckers sit on the pavement and when they sense the oncoming motorcycle they jump, right up to shin (and radiator) level.
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    Protein with your coffee? This mite catch on.
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