Bikes on the Job

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chrishea
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Bikes on the Job

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Make your own event, any day is a good day for a ride. Take your machine out on an errand or two! Post a photo of your own motorcycle “on the job”.
Trip to the bakery.
Trip to the bakery.
Chris
Seattle

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WarrenM
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Hey Chris,
Love the thread idea. In fact, just yesterday I went to Harbor Freight to pick up a few small items. I was going to ride the Beemer due to the storage capacity of the side bags, but decided to take the KLR to hit a few dirt roads on the way home.
I was greeted by a very enthusiastic employee who spent about 20 minutes talking about the bike (KLR) and how he wanted to ride with his uncle and grandfather etc. (Vintage Indian owners) I told him next time I ride to the store, I will bring the beemer (and snap a shot of it in front of the store for the thread).
Warren Moser, Central NJ
VBMWMO Store Manager
'78 R100/7, 89 Yamaha FJ1200, 08 KLR 650

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sickels
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Great idea for a thread. I often haul my little crates to the local FedEx.
Chris
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As a prop at a photo shoot!
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cwf
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Yes, just ride them, that's what they're for. Getting used to /2 and small roads after 45 years of /6, /7, 80RTs and motorways.

Charlie, UK.
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