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Back in the saddle again......

Joined
Jun 13, 2014
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Location
Krum Tx
First Name
Michael
Last Name
McMillan
Not sure this is post worthy but got back on two wheels for the first time in a month or so. Between bad weather, early mornings and sickness, I have been caging it for a while but today was to good to pass up. It was not an exciting ride somewhere cool but commuting to work will do for now.
 
Joined
Apr 15, 2013
Messages
1,260
Location
Elgin
First Name
Bryan
Last Name
Hughes
Yep, I've been off of mine for a while due to rotator cuff surgery. Sunday I took the long way home. It's a good feeling you know.
 
Joined
Jun 13, 2014
Messages
789
Location
Krum Tx
First Name
Michael
Last Name
McMillan
Yep, I've been off of mine for a while due to rotator cuff surgery. Sunday I took the long way home. It's a good feeling you know.
Cool rides are always great but I have found sometimes it does not really matter where you go. It's the ride that counts.
 

Tourmeister

Keeper of the Asylum
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Joined
Feb 28, 2003
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45,983
Location
Huntsville
First Name
Scott
Last Name
Friday
I'm feeling it with you. Sunday was my first ride in way too long. It was nothing spectacular, but I took my oldest daughter and we had a great time just being together on the bike. Of course the shared adrenaline spike as we started sliding around in one particularly bad mud spot was pretty "exciting"!! :eek2: My lion like reflexes saved the day of course :rider:









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Joined
Feb 13, 2008
Messages
4,628
Location
Jennings,La.
First Name
Andy
Last Name
Chesley
Know the feelings of finally getting back on the bikes after forced layoffs. 2 years ago > heart surgery was 6 months off. Last 2.5 months due to hurting back getting the KLR back on it's feet after the sidestand sunk in and put the bike on the ground in a very remote place. But, I think I'm gonna get back on for a check ride as soon as our temps get back near 65 or 70. My old bod just don't do this cold weather no mo.
 
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