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Re:Would you leave your baby outside? 6 Years, 1 Month ago  
My bike has only spent 4 nights outside. Two at Sturgis and two at Star Days. She wasn't mad or upset because she was with other bikes.
Shoot, I hardly leave her outside even in the day when I'm done riding, I usually back straight into the garage(unless I want to show her off to the neighbors for awhile)
 
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Re:Would you leave your baby outside? 6 Years, 1 Month ago  
Mine has Her own 12X12 Tuff Shed Tall Barn. Even at work the boss
lets me park it in the Maintenance Garage, stay outside, never
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Re:Would you leave your baby outside? 6 Years, 1 Month ago  
When I was building our house I wanted a 3-4 car Garage, but was out voted by my wife, with the logic of we only have 2 cars why have so many other stalls, my plan of course was to expand our vehicle line up. I tried to argue her same point with bedrooms, we only had 2 kids why build 5 bedrooms?
Well 6 years later we have 2 pick-up trucks, 2 cars, and 2 motorcycles. In the summer time her Mercedes SLK convertable lives outside, so that our bikes can live in the garage, winter time her car is allowed back into the garage, because I put the bikes in the bar room in the basement(this makes working on them even more fun, I get to watch football, drink beer, and wrench on the bikes all in one place).
By the way we ended up with one more kid right when we moved into the house so now we only have 2 empty bedrooms. I'd much rather have 2 more garage stalls since I've expanded our vehicle family faster then our family.
 
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Re:Would you leave your baby outside? 6 Years, 1 Month ago  
bruskis1 wrote:
When I was building our house I wanted a 3-4 car Garage, but was out voted by my wife, with the logic of we only have 2 cars why have so many other stalls, my plan of course was to expand our vehicle line up. I tried to argue her same point with bedrooms, we only had 2 kids why build 5 bedrooms?
Well 6 years later we have 2 pick-up trucks, 2 cars, and 2 motorcycles. In the summer time her Mercedes SLK convertable lives outside, so that our bikes can live in the garage, winter time her car is allowed back into the garage, because I put the bikes in the bar room in the basement(this makes working on them even more fun, I get to watch football, drink beer, and wrench on the bikes all in one place).
By the way we ended up with one more kid right when we moved into the house so now we only have 2 empty bedrooms. I'd much rather have 2 more garage stalls since I've expanded our vehicle family faster then our family.


Wow, getting to work on the bike literally IN the house, now that is HEAVEN!!
 
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Re:Would you leave your baby outside? 6 Years, 1 Month ago  
mine is under a shed, with the blue tarps around it to keep the wind and rain off, it is put under a EXTRA LARGE COVER just as soon as it cools off every time i ride, 2001 model, it has no rust, i polish it once maybe twice a month
 
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Re:Would you leave your baby outside? 6 Years, 1 Month ago  
Inside at work and at home and covered as well. Nothings too good for my baby
 
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Re:Would you leave your baby outside? 6 Years, 1 Month ago  
I converted my garage into an extra TV room and office. The garage door rolls into the ceiling. I left just enough parking space before coming through teh sliding glass doors for my R* to park inside.
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Re:Would you leave your baby outside? 6 Years, 1 Month ago  
The car and the truck got moved outside. My two motorcycles, riding lawnmover, freezer, work bench, and other stuff occupy the 2-car garage.

I use my Roadstar to commute back and forth to work so it sits outside all day. When I pull into the garage I can feel the jealous stares of my truck and car!!! I just know they are conspiring to get their spots back!
 
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Re:Would you leave your baby outside? 6 Years, 1 Month ago  
My bike sits inside the garage .... my 4 cars sit outside the garage.

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Re:Would you leave your baby outside? 6 Years, 1 Month ago  
All the bikes in one bay (4) , Wendy's Trooper in the other.........my Trooper sits outside. BB
 
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