I have a similar "Moped Screen" here from the old Yamaha XS650. It has the round cut out to fit over the headlight bucket. There are thousand of variants.
But in keeping with THE subject of this thread...
What did you DO with YOUR scooter today?
While it did drift some ( a lot) they are doing this to a NON-Burgman bikes.Sorry, feel free to delete the off-topic posts.
Like wow man, a good BUZZ. 😎S'what you get for watering your grass.
Back in 2016 I applied for a job at our local Ferd Meyer (Krogers). When the interview was over and they said I could start, they asked me what department I would like to work if I could pick, I said in the aisle of Potato Chips as I wanted to be the guy that smashes the begebers out of all the bags.Another few shopping trips on the bike today..................
........................The bags of chips did go under the seat for better protection. I hate it when my chips get crunched.
Yes and NO. Got the job but was in the Electronics part of store but I could not do the lifting requirements of Big Screen TV's. So before we did any paperwork it was mutually agreed upon they needed someone else.You still get the job?
Wishing your wife a speedy recovery. Hoping you do not come down with those two illnesses.No riding for a little while. Staying home to take care of my wife in addition to the Charley (Cavalier) and Meeshka (Min Pin).
I WAS planning a ride to eat ride across the state 150+ miles away on Saturday but family trumps riding.
My wife flew back from a little get away to Florida on Sunday night. That afternoon before the flight she started not feeling well. Sharp pain in chest. So she set up to see the Dr on Tuesday (soonest available based on symptoms).
On Tuesday she was feeling better but the sharp pain was then a dull pain with pressure like a weight.
Wednesday tests came through and showed an elevated d dimer as well as a few other not so good results and Dr called about lunch time saying to go right away to ER. At Hospital we checked in and then waited a very long time to get in for a CT scan. Then waited another long time to actually see a Dr there.
D dimer elevated usually means a dissolving blood clot but the test is not always accurate. Turns out the CT showed a lump in the lungs that with all the symptoms was determined to be pneumonia. The chest pain was exactly where that lump was located.
While checking in they also now check for Covid and just before we checked out they came in to say my wife also had Covid. We were there almost 5 hours. Don't know if pneumonia came first or was a result of the Covid since she really wasn't around many people until she got on the plane after the chest pain had started. Anyway.
Before the Dr called to tell us to go in to ER she was suddenly feeling very drained and layed down on the couch and fell asleep until the Dr called and woke her up. She felt worse as the afternoon wore on. Now on antibiotic and also Paxlovid (for the Covid). Today seems to be worse than yesterday and she can hardly walk to the bedroom.
So no riding for me until she is over this stuff. Just as well. Yesterday it had started freezing rain and 31F temps. That continued to this morning so ice is everywhere, but all day today has been snow flurries on top of the ice already down. Walking on the grass in the back yard with the puppies was strange since every blade of grass was an icicle. Temps have been falling all day also and will bottom out around +7F in the early morning.
Fixed that for ya JRbuy once, 😭 once, then the 100 times you use it after
And just today my niece changed plans on my trip to Maine in July, its now in September. So I could have gone on that motorcycle tour with you.... and (see post 213, above) the trip included a couple of runs through Massachusetts' only hairpin turn (practice for my Alps tour coming up in July):
North Cascades Pass, Hy20, just opened today.I should have posted this yesterday......
Sold the 400 Majesty yesterday. Nice scooter, and it runs like a new one, but not enough power for the roads I want to travel this summer. Getting upwards of 75+ pounds of gear plus me and riding gear on, it and it just didn't have the power for the mountain passes I'll be traveling.