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Old 07-16-2007, 02:51 PM   #16
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Old 07-16-2007, 05:37 PM   #17
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Great pics. Nice bikes....I'm taking the S for it's first long trip this week. Will post trip pics when I return.
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Old 07-16-2007, 07:52 PM   #18
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Thanks, y'all!

I'm intersted to hear how you like the S for touring. After all that tank bag rambling, I ended up just taking the thing off. I found that I like it better - I can get closer to the tank and lean better. Then again, I have short stubby arms.
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Old 07-16-2007, 10:47 PM   #19
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He did tell me I would be a much better rider if I practiced my form with my clothes off. At his place. Not on the bike. I dunno, but if it helps...
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Old 07-16-2007, 11:04 PM   #20
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He did tell me I would be a much better rider if I practiced my form with my clothes off. At his place. Not on the bike. I dunno, but if it helps...

and I also told you that is you told anyone that, then you would not be let out of the dungeon for another week!!!
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Old 07-17-2007, 09:32 AM   #21
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Old 07-17-2007, 09:37 AM   #22
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Nice pics. I love Fort Bragg. Looks like you guys stayed at the country inn. That place is my biggest find up that direction. The price is unbelievable for what you get. I think it is time for another trip up to the Brewery.
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damn, good eye Andy...yup Country Inn it was....

my buddy who owns that farm in all the Rgal pics also owns The Atrium B&B, which is one on the next block from Cntry Inn, but they were full with a family reunion...

Cntry Inn was ok, got mixed reviews on the net, however....

I'll try and add some of my pics and goofy commentary in the next day or so......stupid work, messin up all my plans for barfin and fun!!!
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He did tell me I would be a much better rider if I practiced my form with my clothes off. At his place. Not on the bike. I dunno, but if it helps...
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Did he tell you that, too?
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Did he tell you that, too?
No, but I sure won't ask him to be my riding coach now
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damn, good eye Andy...yup Country Inn it was....

my buddy who owns that farm in all the Rgal pics also owns The Atrium B&B, which is one on the next block from Cntry Inn, but they were full with a family reunion...

Cntry Inn was ok, got mixed reviews on the net, however....

I'll try and add some of my pics and goofy commentary in the next day or so......stupid work, messin up all my plans for barfin and fun!!!
One of my college buddies grew up in Fort Bragg so I used to spend a lot of time over there Ab diving. I have stayed at the Country Inn about a dozen times with the soon to be wife and have never had a bad experience. The best part about the Country Inn is their hot tub never closes so when you get back from the bar at 2am its hot tub time. Looks like it was a fun trip
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It's a Cortech Sport tail bag. Newenough and Motostrano both carry it. I really like how it sits.
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