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    Well, I did it again last night. When I was out on the bike I was riding down the road, bottom of 3rd gear, the weather was perfect and the sporty was just humming along. Not a single car for a mile........:scoot

    And out of nowhere here it came, that little smile I get when I start to think about all the times I've had on this little old Harley........:rubberdown

    Everything comes together and you know it cant get any better than this...:zeta

    A warm summer night on a Harley, with a full tank of gas, and nowhere to go......Damn I love my bike !!!.......1
    Last edited by gruss; 07-02-2010, 10:51 AM.
    U.S. Army "Retired"
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    Priceless!!! I'm there right beside ya!
    Jeff
    09 FLHRCI
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    • #3
      Yup......
      "Lead paint chips are chewy AND sweet......"

      "Double secret agent 00019......"

      "I saw weird stuff in that place last night. Weird, strange, sick, twisted, eerie, godless, evil stuff... and I want in." H. Simpson

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      • #4
        I get a chubby............
        **Note: The technical info I provide is suggestive. I am not a perfeshunel.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Dave63 View Post
          I get a chubby............
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          • #6
            What I really dig about riding, it's just me, the bike, and the road....I can fall off of the grid for a bit, and clear my mind of the bullshit.
            It's not "derailed", as long as the last post relates to the post above it...it's just on a different rail, heading into a more interesting direction

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Motive View Post
              What I really dig about riding, it's just me, the bike, and the road....I can fall off of the grid for a bit, and clear my mind of the bullshit.
              It's really living well, when that chance comes along Mo.....IMHO
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              • #8
                Been there, done that, and love it when it happens!
                HERD Member #114
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                • #9
                  Even when it's raining I still have to go to the garage to see it...I can relate Gruss!
                  Mo, you said it well too!
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                  • #10
                    Well said everyone!!!
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                    • #11
                      I think of it as therapy. Really clears the head and sets your mood. There are those times when it really hits home like you describe........
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                      • #12
                        When I went on the 250 mile scoot last Fri, it was actually the farthest ride for me and my girl...loved it, sore butt and all, only problem, while riding along in the dark, coming home, this crazy azz song kept runnin thru my head....YMCA...:crazy
                        Miles are on a road map, close to home is here
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by gruss View Post
                          Well, I did it again last night. When I was out on the bike I was riding down the road, bottom of 3rd gear, the weather was perfect and the sporty was just humming along. Not a single car for a mile........:scoot

                          And out of nowhere here it came, that little smile I get when I start to think about all the times I've had on this little old Harley........:rubberdown

                          Everything comes together and you know it cant get any better than this...:zeta

                          A warm summer night on a Harley, with a full tank of gas, and nowhere to go......Damn I love my bike !!!.......1


                          Damn, I just got a Woody!!!:croc:croc:croc:croc
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Geespot View Post
                            I think of it as therapy. Really clears the head and sets your mood. There are those times when it really hits home like you describe........
                            You are right on George...It does settle you down after a hectic day for sure..
                            Chris (Steveston)
                            Herd # 93
                            Retired Navy Vet

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                            • #15
                              I've found that when I've had a rough day a little time out with my fists in the wind truly lets me relax and free the mind. I've tried to explain this to people that don't ride and they simply don't understand I love the feeling...and it's even better when there is a place, such as the HERD barnyard, to share these good times.

                              Great post Gruss.. I got the same smile the other day and my Wife snapped a pic... :D Life is good.
                              - Eric [HERD Member #123]
                              US ARMY MP 1996 - 2003
                              2011 FLHX103 Street Glide (His)
                              2008 FXDB Street Bob (Hers)

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