:'( wahhhhh

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#5
Well you have four months to the wait for the parts.. That when ordered... the parts guy will say " Be here on a Tuesday " ;) and a additional 30 days to work on it.. You'll be good as new for the spring.:thumb:
 
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#6
Winter's the best time to ride in Oz (well in Queensland anyway). Nice and cool. No snow to stop us.
 
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#10
Snows on the ground then your bike should be getting it's yearly once over! I've been to Edmonton this time of year, it was -11 F and you wouldn't have caught me riding.
 
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#12
It's too COLD outside to ride anyways. Move south if you want to ride. As for me, I'm at the University of Alberta in residence, and I think it's off to the not so distant bar for me...
 

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Just fix the darn thing, and stop whinin about it. it's cold?? put a coat on.
Blah, blah, blah,
 

nephron

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No snow to stop us
Come on now. What about the Blue Mountains? ;) ---I guess no trials or enduro up there then.

I picked potatoes out there in the wintertime (Narrandera, NSW) and even picked a few navels. It's not exactly paradise that time of year. Then again, the climate may be different down there than where you're from. Where are you from?

I guess the guys like me that ride year round don't pipe up around here during these conversations, because I only see complaints. I guess 'cuz it's colder north of Nebraska. ;)

I ride 12 mo./yr, but winters aren't too bad here. Lots of snow, which makes it better. More snow than tracks anyway.
 

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I'll tell you what sucks about riding all year around. You can't give your bike the yearly "once over " because every weekend it usualy pretty nice to ride :confused: I had my pick I would break the bike down when it's 105 degrees out with no cloud cover and has not rained it about 2 months. Winter time around here is prime riding season. I can dress up for 20 degress, but its harder to dress for the heat.