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Old 02-21-2011, 10:56 AM   #62
D-Fuzz
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So, with the temps being that cold, are you able to put the bikes inside at night so they will start in the morning. I know most cars/trucks have a tough time starting in those temps without being plugged in, can't imagine how you'd get a bike started if it was a frozen brick.

The other part that so far is beyond my comprehension is how you are able to stay warm ridng at 80-100km/h in -30C temps, especially your feet & hands.

Safe travels! This is truly an awesome RR but I think the best is yet to come!
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