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I've already moved my GSXR into the basement. The Z is small enough to stay in the garage with the winter vehicles my brother and I have. Just have to tuck it into a corner since it's not coming out when the snow gets here.
 

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Lil' Pepe (Z125) has her own spot in the garage along with her 8 brothers and sisters. She'll be fine. Doesn't get too cold. We're still sweating our balls off down here in the deep south. Days are still in the high 80's. :surprise:

Ssshhhhhh. Ssssshhhhh. We ride most of the winter. Sssshhhhhh.
 

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Mine is going in the showroom at our store as an LED light display while the temp is frigid and snow flakes fall and salt melting the road.
 

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Im planning on riding all year round here in south central PA. Already had a few cold morning rides into work. I dont have a garage though so It will probably just get put under a cover and on my front porch when the snow flies.
 

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I lived in Pennsylvania a little town outside of Harrisburg have some friends in Gettysburg but I will have to take a picture from the top of the Skyway if you want to see some nice views
 

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I'm trying to convince the wifey to let me bring the R1 into our basement for cold storage haha but the z is gonna stay in the garage because I have some mods planned so its gonna be stripped down.
 

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Lol definitely not.. I wish I could have summer all year long. I hate winter, but I'm living in a country that has Winter 8 months of the year. The other 4 months are Spring haha.
 

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Lol definitely not.. I wish I could have summer all year long. I hate winter, but I'm living in a country that has Winter 8 months of the year. The other 4 months are Spring haha.
nope I need summer lol... snow riding is fun but it sucks also. Its definitely a challenge though
 

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I've seen videos of people riding in the snow and it looked horrendous lol, I think the worst thing that stands out to me is if the bike happens to fall, picking it back up is a heck of a lot harder than it is when it's dry outside
 
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