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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-05-2018, 04:34 PM Thread Starter
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Early Morning Ride

Launched early for one of my favorite "local" stretches of mountain road.

Highway 245 branches off of the 180 about 6 miles from Kings Canyon Park entrance.

The morning lighting was perfect for pics, so I took some.

Hope you enjoy.
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-05-2018, 04:43 PM
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Every time see the curvy road sign think "Don't threaten me with a good time!".
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Oh, I do like wiggly arrows and two digit numbers! BTW, I like your tail bag. It looks like a good size without being gigantic. Can you tell me about it - who makes, it, rough size, where you got it, how many $$$?
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Oh, I do like wiggly arrows and two digit numbers! BTW, I like your tail bag. It looks like a good size without being gigantic. Can you tell me about it - who makes, it, rough size, where you got it, how many $$$?

I have a tail bag that looks very similar....Mine is a a Nelson Riggs CL-1060..so I think thats what the OP has ...or perhaps another variant of that bag


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I have a tail bag that looks very similar....Mine is a a Nelson Riggs CL-1060..so I think thats what the OP has ...or perhaps another variant of that bag


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Ah, well if that's what it is, I already have one - and like it. No wonder I thought it looked good.

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Yep you guys nailed it.

It's the smaller of their 2 versions. I first had it on the back of my 1190 Adventure and now the little V.

Amazing how much stuff you can stuff in it.

I carry my tire patch kit consisting of a slime pump, worm patches and install tools. Bug wash kit. Bottle or two of water. Extra gloves and ear plugs. In the winter extra cold weather gear, and I still have room to stuff my riding jacket when the temp turns hot.

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