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By Airkuhl
#21344
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By G8RB8
#21572
They can un-ass that shit when they get where they're going and they're on two wheels again.
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By sh944
#28025
I’m with the OP. When I am traveling cross country on a bike, I want to pack as light as possible and not deal with all that shit, it makes traveling by bike a huge hassle when it’s loaded down. If I know where I’m going, I’ll usually ship stuff ahead to my destination and the ship it back home, or I’ll just buy new stuff as I need it on the trip.

I find most people bring way too much stuff “just in case they need it” and then never actually do.
By fpena944
#28030
sh944 wrote: Sun Oct 25, 2020 10:13 am I’m with the OP. When I am traveling cross country on a bike, I want to pack as light as possible and not deal with all that shit, it makes traveling by bike a huge hassle when it’s loaded down. If I know where I’m going, I’ll usually ship stuff ahead to my destination and the ship it back home, or I’ll just buy new stuff as I need it on the trip.

I find most people bring way too much stuff “just in case they need it” and then never actually do.
When we go on an overnight or weekend trip we often have enough to pack the back of the Cayenne.

Yeah my wife likes to be prepared for any potential situation so an impromptu trip on two wheels probably won't fly!
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By Gretch
#75761
the older I get, the more comfortable I want to be..........

I don't give a shit about gas mileage any more.

A Carrera is more comfortable than a Harley and an F 250 Superduty Crew cab is more comfortable than a Carrera......
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By JDS968
#77953
Gretch wrote: Sun Apr 25, 2021 5:56 pmthe older I get, the more comfortable I want to be..........

I don't give a shit about gas mileage any more.

A Carrera is more comfortable than a Harley and an F 250 Superduty Crew cab is more comfortable than a Carrera......
Can't get a Class A motorhome up the mountain?
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By NSXguy
#78975
Yes, I consider our S2000 like a sportbike with seatbelts, airbags, a trunk plus a top that goes up in 6 seconds if the weather turns.
By N_Jay
#78977
JDS968 wrote: Wed May 05, 2021 12:39 am
Gretch wrote: Sun Apr 25, 2021 5:56 pmthe older I get, the more comfortable I want to be..........

I don't give a shit about gas mileage any more.

A Carrera is more comfortable than a Harley and an F 250 Superduty Crew cab is more comfortable than a Carrera......
Can't get a Class A motorhome up the mountain?
And now we understand those"Suburban Adventure Vehicles".
By 911Königin
#98462
fpena944 wrote: Sun Oct 25, 2020 10:23 am
sh944 wrote: Sun Oct 25, 2020 10:13 am I’m with the OP. When I am traveling cross country on a bike, I want to pack as light as possible and not deal with all that shit, it makes traveling by bike a huge hassle when it’s loaded down. If I know where I’m going, I’ll usually ship stuff ahead to my destination and the ship it back home, or I’ll just buy new stuff as I need it on the trip.

I find most people bring way too much stuff “just in case they need it” and then never actually do.
When we go on an overnight or weekend trip we often have enough to pack the back of the Cayenne.

Yeah my wife likes to be prepared for any potential situation so an impromptu trip on two wheels probably won't fly!
Well now, a woman MUST have an outfit for mist, rain, sleet, snow, hurricane, tornado and God forbid SUN!! So, for any given day that is at least 7 outfits she must pack :jumper: :roflmao:
By fpena944
#98467
911Königin wrote: Tue Aug 17, 2021 10:15 pm
fpena944 wrote: Sun Oct 25, 2020 10:23 am
sh944 wrote: Sun Oct 25, 2020 10:13 am I’m with the OP. When I am traveling cross country on a bike, I want to pack as light as possible and not deal with all that shit, it makes traveling by bike a huge hassle when it’s loaded down. If I know where I’m going, I’ll usually ship stuff ahead to my destination and the ship it back home, or I’ll just buy new stuff as I need it on the trip.

I find most people bring way too much stuff “just in case they need it” and then never actually do.
When we go on an overnight or weekend trip we often have enough to pack the back of the Cayenne.

Yeah my wife likes to be prepared for any potential situation so an impromptu trip on two wheels probably won't fly!
Well now, a woman MUST have an outfit for mist, rain, sleet, snow, hurricane, tornado and God forbid SUN!! So, for any given day that is at least 7 outfits she must pack :jumper: :roflmao:
Not only that but now add two kids to the mix and forget it! :rolleyes:
By 911Königin
#104398
^^^^^ :roflmao: :roflmao: :roflmao:

Neighbor has one of these.................hmmmmmmmmmmm, maybe just get a cab :wink:
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By 911Königin
#105151
Am aching for a good spirited ride!!
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