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    flood run


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    Charity event: good.
    Four bars: bad.
    Discounts at said bars: worse.

    I'll have to think about this one.



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    With all the rain we've had...every day I ride to work is a Flood Run!

    It must look funny as I ride through the huge puddles (more like little rivers) with my legs up high on the gas tank.

    I'm wearing office casual attire and don't want to arrive soaking wet....but I bet I look pretty silly doing so.

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    I'll be there.

    Also I think the Defrost-your-nuts-run is this coming W/E.

    Here's a list of all the other Harley dominated beer drinking rides that Clint can avoid.
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    trying to get the old man to go but not sure.. I think it would be interesting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clint View Post
    Charity event: good.
    Four bars: bad.
    Discounts at said bars: worse.

    I'll have to think about this one.
    The group I'm planning on riding with will be making very few (if any) beer stops, and will be staying mostly off the normal boring & heavily patrolled route.

    Let me know if you want to ride with us, that invite goes to all of you, I only quoted Clint because I know he has a special dislike for some of the outlaw style of runs.
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    Can't go I have a prior charity commitment.
    J.D.

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    My route

    The run itself

    Thinkin' about it.



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    Although I've given up on the flood run itself after going a few times, I'd like to tag along with Ricksters bunch since they will be off the beaten path, which means it hopefully wouldn't be the congested traffic on 35 and 61. That's why I stopped doing the flood run - too many people the ENTIRE way!

    BUT...that's the day my boy gets baptized, so I think I'll be stuck around the house with last minute stuff that day.
    Every day I wake up is a good day!

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    my route

    If everything goes as planned, I'd be very tempted to do this. Chance to break in the new tires.

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    Nope, can't do it. I've got way too much stuff on my plate. Y'all have fun!

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    bump

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    Still can't go.


 

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