I remember thinking to push away if I lost it to save my left leg but after reviewing it in my head I imagine it would have landed on the tipover bar and suitcase and my boot would have been ok, lots of thinks firing off in the head when stuff like this goes on, lol.
Mondrage, good to see your post, I feel like I know you from reading your 2016 post about coolant woes
, thought I was going to have some similar issues after renewing my system but I think I just reacted too quickly to movement by the temp gauge. Still down south?
Ricky, yeah. I live in Nicaragua for the time being. I'm sure you know of the current serious turmoil, and the ghost of the 80's looming on us (it was a lost decade, the communists ran the country down to the ground and they are about to do it again)
I like it here. It's my country after all. You know what they say "this is a M16, there are many like it, but this is MINE".
With all these bikes you have to relay in the assistance of other fellow riders. Specially in my case with no shops around.
I tried to document everything (as bombastic as I might seem sometimes) so that it'll be of help to someone else in the same situation.
and with five BMWs in my garage, those situations abound.
But with Kirk's videos, I feel there's nothing I can't tackle on my LT.
You should plan to come down and visit. It's always summer here, and when it rains, it's warm rain.
I haven't been as active as I was before in this forum, and in i-bmw.com which I like. Life got really busy for me. Traveling up to 80% of my time.
Things have slowed down somewhat and I'm trying to get back to what I really like.
Also right now, I feel weary of traveling in the country with all the communist police bothering people.
So, using all my hyperactive energy on fixing the bikes, instead of drinking beer everyday only.
Now I'm fixing the bikes, and it doesn't seem as bad to be drinking beers everyday. (wink)