Otherwise people would think we just threw a bike off a cliff, drug it through 200 miles of mud, sand blasted it and painted it with Rhino liner and said it was your bike.
You forgot 10 million bug carcasses being smashed against the face of the steel fairing!
I took "new" photos of the bike yesterday, from all angles. They will emphasize the enhancements, and improvements, that I made to Suzuki's original design.
There will be two partial spray cans of Rhinoliner included, along with a partial spray can of, Rustoleum Textured Porch Furniture paint, (what the rest of the bike is painted with), too.
There is a good sized box of "spare parts", a couple of custom tools, and a pile of tires as well.
I AM still alive and still "McGuvyering" my way through life. This past Saturday, I left Mount Desert Island, Maine at about 5am, and drove 5 hours down to Salem, MA where one of my daughters lives and works. I fixed her driver's side door window for her.
If you would like to take a look at that experience, follow the link: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...1&l=e8d3a7f5ed
Afterwards, I drove to Exeter, NH where my sister and her husband live, and spent the night with them. On the drive on yesterday, I decided to stop in at L.L. Bean's flagship store, located in Freeport, Maine. If you would like to take a look at those photos, follow this link: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...1&l=5aa2cd1970
When I got home, in the afternoon, I unpacked my car of all of the tools that I lugged down to Salem, then went to work on "fundraiser elements", for the rest of the evening.
Tonight, I have a Ground School class. Tomorrow evening, I will be back to work on Fundraiser stuff.
PS: Want to see the sailboat I have been building? Follow the link: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...1&l=58b8776360