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Motorcycle Mike

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Motorcycle Mike last won the day on September 17 2021

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About Motorcycle Mike

  • Birthday 12/18/1953

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  • Name
    Mike

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    Lawrenceville, GA, United States

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    Lawrenceville

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  • State/Province
    GA

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  • Home Country
    United States

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  • Interests
    Motorcycles, woodworking, Brewing beer
  • Bike Year and Model
    2009 Venture/Hannigan conversion. 2004 VTX1300

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    Retired

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  1. I answered you on Trike Talk as well. It's just a rubber grommet. A call to Hannigan will probably get you a couple.
  2. I miss two wheeling myself, but with my knees, vertigo and Shirley's health a trike keeps our knees in the breeze. It's a lot different but but still a blast to ride. You just might find yourself riding more. And I agree with Woody, I can't believe I just said that, IRS is the way to go.
  3. I agree with Woody. Nobody cares how many wheels you have. Just stay in the party.
  4. So very sorry to hear this Lewis. It always seems like bad things happen to the good people. We hope your vision improves and Charlene's recovery goes faster than they say.
  5. Look forward to meeting you Drew. When you get ready, the RSV makes a fine trike. There will be 2 there this year.
  6. I was with Ron when he picked it up, the pic does no justice to the appearance of this bike. It's a real beauty. I say we let him stick around at least until after the Asheville get together.
  7. Looking forward to seeing you.
  8. Agreed, long horns. I have the ones in the top of the photo.
  9. If I was in the market it would be at the very top of the list. But my RSV will likely be my last bike.
  10. Is that why Katrina Is having back surgery again?
  11. Forget moving it. Build around it.
  12. I didn't even know they still made the stuff. I worked in 3 different Yamaha shops before and after the Army. All 3 had Goop to clean our hands. I still use it to this day. It's much easer on your hands than those abrasive soaps .
  13. No worry. If we can handle Joe, we can handle any body.
  14. Can't wait to meet you!
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