Sweet! Please keep us posted on that.My goal is to get my Kayzie back on her feet-ok, wheels. I'm thinking of a bobber-cum-cafe build, not too radical but still ridable in the rain. I've been spending too much/not enough time and money farkle-ing and riding the D'Elle, while the KZ languishes in "exploded view" form. All those tubs in the racks are full of Genuine Kawasaki Parts waiting to be cleaned/serviced/rebuilt/painted/thrown out.
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Lol, The cleaning and setting up of the shop thing, is also on my to-do list. I feel seen.It was below freezing when I started riding in April this year and it has been below freezing fairly often this month. I keep riding partly because I love it and partly because at 60 MPG vs the 17-18 for my SUV, the Strom is paying its way big time. I draw the line at riding the Strom on snow or ice covered highways though.
The damn forecast for today says snow flurries. I noticed that after I got to work of course.
I almost look forward to winter and being able to strip down the bike for a project and not having to worry about it being ready for the Monday commute.
In addition to the projects I mentioned in a previous post I think my first project will be to redo my shop so it is more useful and more efficient. That includes putting in a different heater and a bigger door so I can get my new Honda ATV inside to work on it. Hmmm if it is on an ATV is it still a farkle? Oh and of course some new tools!!! insert best Tim Allen noise here