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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-20-2017, 10:45 AM Thread Starter
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Winter is fast approaching, and we need to think about a nice warm place to park our bikes during those nasty blizzards.

And - what about security?

Rodents have no respect !

Me? I'm working on a solution....
Professional rodent patrol
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No matter where you go - there you are.
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-20-2017, 01:46 PM
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Mine is also my shop assistant.
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mine are parked in the garage, ones not getting rode atleast once every other week are covered and plugged into the tender, the others are parked and ready to ride, dont have to worry about rodents to much garage is sealed well and they go after the POS van more then the house any way

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Got mine a temporary shed from HF while they were on sale.
No more fussing with a cover all the time!



So big some of my projects fit in there too..


Now I can work thru the winter or the rain.


Even fits Yamazuki's!


Next year I will replace it with a 24x32 garage just for bikes.

If'n I do it, I gunna git a wippin .... OK! I do it!!!

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We also have "backup"

.... for those larger rodents....
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Although..... when you're laying on the garage floor and the cat drops a dead squirrel on ya - it DOES get your attention !!!
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Got mine a temporary shed from HF while they were on sale.
No more fussing with a cover all the time!



So big some of my projects fit in there too..


Now I can work thru the winter or the rain.


Even fits Yamazuki's!


Next year I will replace it with a 24x32 garage just for bikes.
i have two of those lol (only one set up right now due to now having a real garage). i recommend putting some gorilla tape were the top tarp contacts the pipes at the very top and sides, and condensation builds up on the insides very rapidly so it doesnt stay perfectly dry in them and if you bang into the frame it rains inside (great prank to pull on people)

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