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For those who have not seen this......
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Nope all was well. I don't have that bike any more but I loved it while I had it. The LT is an amazing motorcycle.wrmoss said:So, is there a need for a new lower after grinding it like that?
I took a corner like that on my old Harley about twelve years ago with the wife on board and she still HATES tight corners! Best not to do that with your partner on board, and with Harleys!dthogey said:My wife would hate that. She'd probably never ride again if I took a corner like that with her on board!
+1prostreetdon said:I took a corner like that on my old Harley about twelve years ago with the wife on board and she still HATES tight corners! Best not to do that with your partner on board, and with Harleys!
Sorry that isn't impressive enough for ya.....saddleman said:I don't see anything near a butt pucker. No deer or oncomming traffic crossing the centerline.
The photo is cropped there were probably 15 bikes on the track at the time. FORTUNATELY, we were required to wear protective clothing. The flames came later. At the BBQ. I highly recommend taking what you ride to an organised track event. I had a great time and learned stuff I would not have learned on the street. The best part though was the reaction from sport bike riders. They tended to get out of the way when they checked their mirrors to see over half a tonne of LT and Old Guy bearing down on them, stereo blaring classical music and and huge grin shinning through the face shield.ebear695 said:you needed to be on a track with 10 others, naked and on fire!! :rotf: :histerica
PATTERSON said:What.....no sparks??
Isn't that how all most all LT's look riding the dragon ?.pkpr1998 said:Here's your sparks!
Only the good riders!saddleman said:Isn't that how allmost all LT's look riding the dragon ?.
Only thing that would make that photo better would be if you were using the sippy cup at the time.pkpr1998 said:Here's your sparks!