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Old 09-30-2008, 04:24 PM   #1
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Since I'm relatively new, I'd love to see what everyone is riding. Here's my bike, 07' SuperGlide Custom. I haven't done much other than putting different handlebars on it.

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I've got a detachable sissy-bar/backrest and a decent hard-case duffle for it. Looking to mount the plate differently to get a smoother decline on the profile, and also going to put some Rush slip-ons on it when I get the money. I look forward to seeing everyone's bikes.

I'm not sure about how exactly to post pictures on this forum, so I hope the link works. It should connect you to a small album.
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Old 09-30-2008, 04:34 PM   #2
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You open the pic in a window all by itself, and then copy the url. Then type {img}url{/img}. BUT -- use square brackets -- [ ] -- around img and /img instead of the curly ones.

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By the way, here's mine:

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Old 09-30-2008, 04:36 PM   #4
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Pay no attention to the controls she has mounted to the handlebars - they're just for the Time Circuitry, Mr. Fusion, and the Flux Capacitor............
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You open the pic in a window all by itself, and then copy the url. Then type {img}url{/img}. BUT -- use square brackets -- [ ] -- around img and /img instead of the curly ones.

That, OR you can copy the URL, then hit that little yellow button with the pic of the "mountain" in it, and paste it all in there:

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hrm... thought I tried that, but it didn't show in the preview.
Wow, where do you hide the satellite dish on that thing? Really though, what are all the screens? I like the yellow.
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Where's the roof?
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Where's the roof?
That's my next project.

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hrm... thought I tried that, but it didn't show in the preview.
Wow, where do you hide the satellite dish on that thing? Really though, what are all the screens? I like the yellow.
Garmin Zumo on the left, Garmin 2610 on the right. The box in the middle holds the Datel voltmeter and a couple of switches.

Here's the story.
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Talking impressive wiring, what I could understand of it

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Garmin Zumo on the left, Garmin 2610 on the right. The box in the middle holds the Datel voltmeter and a couple of switches.

Here's the story.
Well, I know where to go if I ever have any electrical/wiring questions. I'm quite impressed and glad the oil didn't get you. I also spent some time on the Rounders site. Inspiring me to get out there. Being new to it all, I haven't taken a long trip yet. I live in Texas, so there's plenty of country to see. I'm also still learning the bike. I ride it every day to and from work, but I don't know its limitations on longer rides. Tons of reading to do. I ended-up spending the evening drooling over motorcycle forums and pictures instead of grading papers!

I'm still looking forward to seeing all the bikes, guys!
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Old 09-30-2008, 07:04 PM   #10
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Thanks. You don't need to be concerned about your bike; it's a good long-distance mount, as long as it fits you well. You can customize it to remedy any issues you find as you get used to the bike, too.

Being a Rounder isn't so much about long distance riding but more about not letting silly things like weather get in our way! There are a fair number of folks in Tejas who ride year-round; I bet you would fit right in.
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