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A new record low!

For the morning commute - 18f on the ol BC

Didn't even have the electrics on - yet. Though tack on another 15 miles or so and I'da wante 'em.

Interesting trivia - 2002 LT, at 24f (temp in the garage) the engine idles WAY fast on start up. About 2.5k rpms. Slows down to normal soon as temp comes up.

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I had a tough ride in this morning at 67 degrees f.
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OK, us colonial masters now do temps in degC- dead easy - 0degC = freezing, 100 degC = boiling - you're still on Farenheit - 18F is Ferkin cold - personally. I don't mind cold, but when temp is forecast to be about 3-4 deg C, our local farmers spread rediculous amounts of salt on the road - being hygroscopic, it just sucks all the moisture out of the air, and leaves us with black, slimy. slick roads. I'm impressed by 18F, but what states are the roads in??

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While not as low as 18, it was 29F when I left for work this morning. A few people at the office still seem surprised when I show up on the bike. I keep telling them, it's not really cold yet.

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Wolly - Roads are "High and dry". Except for that bit of shade from the guard rails - that's black ice. Thankfully only place it 'appeared' was on the bridges over the river.

Road crews here use something called "Ice slicer" or maybe it's "Ice Slice" - hear 'em talk 'bout it on the VHF now and then. I think it's a liquid they spray out and/or on the sand that gets scattered in bad places. Makes for lots of white dusty residue. I think it's mag sulfate?? It ain't salt - I know that. Works better and don't eat the metal nearly so bad. But does make a meck of a hess of things.

High plains desert has it's advantages - air is naturally dry. Makes these kinda temps dang near shirt sleeve weather - if you're stand'n still and there's no wind. Look'n to head back to the barn soon. About another 30 or 40 minutes to go....

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For the morning commute - 18f on the ol BC....
The high desert area of Southern California gets real cold real fast. Hitting 25 at night now, already.

You sub freezing riders are REAL MEN!

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Daz why we brag 'bout it.

Cuz all the other manly stuff is kinda hard to get a hold on these days.


::run, duck and hide::

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Low to Mid 80's for the commute home today!

I better bundle up......
Someone is looking to make my Ignore List.

I chose not to ride today, with cold rain all day turning into forecast snow flurries this afternoon. Just got home a few minutes ago (10:40 pm EST) and no snow, but it was really cold and wet all day today.

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Daz why we brag 'bout it.

Cuz all the other manly stuff is kinda hard to get a hold on these days.


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Yup! Especially when "there're" in her purse!

"Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety." (Some really OLD friggin' White dude who couldn't have possibly known what he was talking about!) WARNING: Official HATE speech!
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Well -6 here the other morning and still out on the bike to work though did have the heat on. The only thing our gritters do is drive along lines of parked cars spraying the sides of them while laughing hysterically. Its a british thing.

Will be leaving the Bike in the garage soon though as the fog is getting really bad and I always worry when stopped at country junctions that some cage is going to run up the back of me.

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My personal record was -19F. that was about 3 years ago. The radio display does not work at that temp, and the clutch was sluggish to engage (hydraulics stiff), it messed with my shifting rhythm.

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-19f - OK, you win!! Dayum - that's in the "hard to even breath" range. (For our "over the pond" brethern, that's -28.33C! Fecking dangerous temps to play in.)

Mike (UK Mike, not Ohio Mike), I assume (yea, that's dangerous too) you're talk'n -6C? If so, that's about 21.2 F - almost 'balmy' for some of us Rocky Mnt types and right in range of the ride to work I had the other day. If you're talk'n -6F, dude, you get a beer too!


Heck, you'd get a beer anyway.

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For the morning commute - 18f on the ol BC

Didn't even have the electrics on - yet. Though tack on another 15 miles or so and I'da wante 'em.

Interesting trivia - 2002 LT, at 24f (temp in the garage) the engine idles WAY fast on start up. About 2.5k rpms. Slows down to normal soon as temp comes up.
It hasn't been quite that cold on any morning yet in S. Iowa, but I noticed that when the bike first starts it does idle fast but almost immediately drops back to a normal idle. Also noticed the back wheel spins while it's idling.

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As long as there is no snow in the daily forecast I will ride. I have been on the LT as low as 5F or so... When the highs are below freezing I only ride if I can get out of work during daylight - the nice sweepers on my way home leave the SUVs in the fields.

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Rode home from work last night around 25F, tonight 20F.

The motor turns over slowly but man does it rev when it starts!

Also having trouble shifting. It goes into 1st OK but after I get moving it takes a lot of force to s-l-o-w-l-y get it into 2nd.
Improves after that but it takes a few miles before it is smooth.

I either need to park in a heated area, stop riding, or get thinner oil in the motor & trans. I guess.

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Yes, there are some advantages to living in the South. I'm in northern Louisiana and my drive to work today was at 71f with clear skies. Although it might get cooler tonight before it rains.
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Tate, Mavin and Me are all still enjoying the great life in God's County. Been riding to work at 20 to 19 F as tat's what the temps have been down to. My only problem has been my glasses fogging up inside my shield. The bike will rev a bit on start up. I keep the bike on a battery tender in the unheated garage. No problems with the transmission shifting.

Tate, the goop the road crews put down is magnesium chloride. I'm sure what you hear is the brand name being sold to the hiway department. Mag Chloride is available in either liquid concentrate or granules. Best application is in liquid *before* ice/snow accumulation as a preventative. Granules will be used to add traction on surfaces all ready ice covered and to melt the ice. Warnin, mag chloride or as I prefer, goop on dry pavement will make the road surface slightly slick. Somewhat comparable to rain covered paved surfaces. When riding the bike on goop treated surfaces, caution is advised regarding hard acceleration, braking, and cornering.

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Good info there Karl! Thanks for the fill.

Had about 3 or 5" of snow with some moderate wind - so until that's cleared out - bikes on the center stand and the ol Ramcharger is doing haulage duties.

Kinda fun with that big ol beast on slick stuff - in 2 wheel drive, the back end really, really wants to be in the front. Keeps me on my toes!

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I've been waiting for some of that "Gore warming" for years!

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Good info there Karl! Thanks for the fill.

Kinda fun with that big ol beast on slick stuff - in 2 wheel drive, the back end really, really wants to be in the front. Keeps me on my toes!
You're welcome, Tate. You can really impress yourself on the goop nailing the throttle and watching the rears light up. Oh, from my younger days, make sure you have bald tires on the old 4X4 and watch yourself do inadvertent 360s in 4 wheel drive in the snow on the curves.

We had about 3 inches of slush over night. Thought about riding the LT in, but got to thinking about how to get foot traction to get it upright if I dumped it. Not to mention SWMBO would never let me live it down.

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White water biking not for me

Was only -7F this morning but the ground is frozen and the white water is out which means the bike is inside. Replacement vehicle is the 1 ton van.

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Accident city here now. Only 21f but we had 'bout 3 or 4" of snow. Ground was warm earlier - melted on contact. About 3:00ish it started freezing and kept gathering white stuff on top.

Sitting here at the office until the 'go home' rush is thinned out a bit. I can tell when it's safer cuz the pages for EMS/Fire start slowing down.

They're triaging at dispatch now. Trying to spread resources around.

what a mess.

Well, nothing like the folks in the NW had to deal with.

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Was only -7F this morning . . .
That's just plain wrong. Temps should never go negative, on any scale. I'm cold just thinking about it.

(Being raised in SoCal sure does give one a skewed view of "normal".)

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That's just plain wrong. Temps should never go negative, on any scale. I'm cold just thinking about it.

(Being raised in SoCal sure does give one a skewed view of "normal".)
Ight! +1.

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A bit chilly this a.m. at -18F, now up to -9F, much better. Attached photo should explain why I'm not riding.
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O, BRRRRR.... Thats almost as cold as when I was out on the bike today. It was SO cold I was almost tempted to use a liner in the perforated jacket.

Just imagine the temps never got above 85F!
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-10 and around 6" of snow at 6:00 am. Not my kind of way to start a new week..... :-(
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(Being raised in SoCal sure does give one a skewed view of "normal".)


Now THAT'S funny!

Last winter when I was still in Albuquerque my coldest morning ride was 4F (-15.6C) People at work looked at me like I was an alien. I couldn't convince them that I was more comfortable riding than If I had driven. (with the car I freeze my ass off on the way in while it warms up and only start to get comfortable about the time I'm to work.)

Out here I Knoxville I seriously doubt I'm ever going to see Rocky mountain winter temps. But it does rain alot more. People look at me like I'm an alien when I show up when it's raining. And I can't convince them that I'm dryer riding than If I would have been it I had driven...

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