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    That's around the time forum activity went down as people started putting bikes away. Real test will be spring time when things get busier again.

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    RiderCoach 4000 Posts! Catt42's Avatar
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    You don't understand how this works do you? The forum activity usually spikes during the winter and slows during the riding season. So your logic is backwards, try again.

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    What happened yesterday? ShadowShack??? What did you do????????
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    We're blaming Chad and Nicole for agreeing with each other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugguts View Post
    What happened yesterday? ShadowShack??? What did you do????????
    Apparently I posted what was presumably a prototype Honda & a link to another forum I found it at...and rather than dispute the bike at said other forum via the link, everyone insisted on debating it with me instead --- as if somehow I was telepathically connected with the person at said other forum --- thus the resulting bandwidth combined with the telepathic shield that was in place was far more than this board could handle.
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