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Title: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: stevewfl on October 27, 2012, 06:46:46 pm
Its good living in FL  8)


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Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: blue14 on October 27, 2012, 07:02:15 pm
Yeah, but you got to wash the damn thing..... 8)
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: stevewfl on October 27, 2012, 07:19:08 pm
Yeah, but you got to wash the damn thing..... 8)

You lost me on that note. Mine gets wiped down occasionally but I never wash it =)
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Cuda on October 27, 2012, 07:21:59 pm
Yeah we are finally getting to the best time to ride in south Fl.
 ALL WINTER LONG ;D ;D ;D
 Our temps are going to go below 70 degrees for the first time since May Woo Hoo.and no rain.
Thats what we call a COLD front.
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: jamiemac on October 27, 2012, 07:25:36 pm
I ride year round here in Hoosier land. Have been for 30 years. Michelen still needs a good snow tire though.
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: stevewfl on October 27, 2012, 07:45:42 pm
Yeah we are finally getting to the best time to ride in south Fl.
 ALL WINTER LONG ;D ;D ;D
 Our temps are going to go below 70 degrees for the first time since May Woo Hoo.and no rain.
Thats what we call a COLD front.


+1


I ride year round here in Hoosier land. Have been for 30 years. Michelen still needs a good snow tire though.


I rode in the snow in Colorado in JULY!  Good times riding in  snow indeed   :D

I had on the heated suit I use when I take the bike and go visit GA and the Carolinas in the winter (http://i80.photobucket.com/albums/j180/stevewfl/avatars/iconhammer.gif)
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: SteveJ. on October 27, 2012, 08:36:31 pm
Its good living in FL  8)


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Do ya s'pose she could do my C-10 for me? I have beer.  :chugbeer: :thumbs:
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: VirginiaJim on October 27, 2012, 08:55:09 pm
You lost me on that note. Mine gets wiped down occasionally but I never wash it =)

 :thumbs:   Mine gets wiped down when it rains, though.

Do ya s'pose she could do my C-10 for me? I have beer.  :chugbeer: :thumbs:

Beer!
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Pokey on October 27, 2012, 09:15:17 pm
Nice weather but no good roads in Florida, big reason why you ride in Tenn/NC so much. ;)
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Conrad on October 28, 2012, 06:33:06 am
Do ya s'pose she could do my C-10 for me? I have beer.  :chugbeer: :thumbs:

I hear that C10s run kinda rough on beer?
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Cuda on October 28, 2012, 06:56:05 am
Nice weather but no good roads in Florida, big reason why you ride in Tenn/NC so much. ;)

You can always go to a interstate cloverleaf and spend the day getting on and off  ::)
I moved here 27 years ago and don't miss all them "POT HOLES "
 I mean good roads. ;) I came from western NY , I fly back every Christmas
 just to remind my self WHY I moved :D
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: SteveJ. on October 28, 2012, 07:18:24 am
I hear that C10s run kinda rough on beer?
I put the beer in a cooler on the back rack, the bike still seems to run very well. I only live about 75 miles from SiSF, so he can fix it if it starts running bad. ;) I wonder if his jet kit is tuned for beer...
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: VirginiaJim on October 28, 2012, 07:20:11 am
Horrible waste of beer....
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: blue14 on October 28, 2012, 07:58:37 am
You can always go to a interstate cloverleaf and spend the day getting on and off  ::)
I moved here 27 years ago and don't miss all them "POT HOLES "
 I mean good roads. ;) I came from western NY , I fly back every Christmas
 just to remind my self WHY I moved :D

What do you do if you want a left hand turn?
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Conrad on October 28, 2012, 08:01:54 am
Horrible waste of beer....

Maybe PBR will work?
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: stevewfl on October 28, 2012, 09:17:35 am
Its good living in FL  8)

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Do ya s'pose she could do my C-10 for me? I have beer.  :chugbeer: :thumbs:


She said of course!  :D
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: stevewfl on October 28, 2012, 09:18:37 am
Nice weather but no good roads in Florida, big reason why you ride in Tenn/NC so much. ;)

Yes sir, in the summers I do escape and I ride Canada, Maine, NJ, ALL OVER APPALACHIANS (I usually hide out there a month or two) but winter time  its all about FL!

Hey why don't you come down and join us this winter, anyway!?
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Cuda on October 28, 2012, 10:04:29 am
 
What do you do if you want a left hand turn?



About six weeks ago I'm comming up the I- 75 on Pine Ridge rd. and there is a 80 something guy driving OFF the entrance lane  , he was making a left hand turn, where there is WILL there is WAY :o :o :o Got to love these 80++ year old drivers.
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Pokey on October 28, 2012, 12:57:50 pm
Yes sir, in the summers I do escape and I ride Canada, Maine, NJ, ALL OVER APPALACHIANS (I usually hide out there a month or two) but winter time  its all about FL!

Hey why don't you come down and join us this winter, anyway!?


Ohio needs me here in the Winter, although I am sure I will visit before Winters end.
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Scaffolder on October 28, 2012, 04:49:56 pm
Not looking forward to the whole winter thing.
A little jealous.
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: stevewfl on October 28, 2012, 08:43:36 pm

Ohio needs me here in the Winter, although I am sure I will visit before Winters end.

AWESOME let us know

Not looking forward to the whole winter thing.
A little jealous.

Come on down here!
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Kinetic1 on October 29, 2012, 05:02:37 am
Not looking forward to the whole winter thing.
A little jealous.

My truck told me it was 33 degrees here in Michigan this morning......I'm not ready for this yet but I will still ride so long as the road isn't white. I just stay closer to home when it's winter so I don't get stuck in a snow storm.
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Scaffolder on October 29, 2012, 08:01:08 am
I ride all year. I've been ridden below zero. I just don't recommend it. I will not use gas stabilizer, so I must keep the gas flowing.
I'll be down to Florida next winter doing the whole Disney thing with my wife and 4 kids. I don't think I'll be able to sneak the C-14 on the plane though.
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Conrad on October 29, 2012, 08:21:28 am
I ride all year. I've been ridden below zero. I just don't recommend it. I will not use gas stabilizer, so I must keep the gas flowing.
I'll be down to Florida next winter doing the whole Disney thing with my wife and 4 kids. I don't think I'll be able to sneak the C-14 on the plane though.

That must have been a lil rough eh?    ;)
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Scaffolder on October 29, 2012, 08:37:01 am
I am a year round outdoor worker anyway. So it is something you have to get used to.
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Rhino on October 29, 2012, 08:56:02 am
I ride all year round as well. As long as the streets are ice and snow free. Heated grips are a MUST!
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: MrPepsi on October 29, 2012, 11:43:22 am
Come to California, we have great weather, manageable humidity, manageable mosquitos and some of the best roads in the world. Plus you better hurry, cause its gunna fall into the ocean during the next big earthquake.
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Conrad on October 29, 2012, 11:55:41 am
Come to California, we have great weather, manageable humidity, manageable mosquitos and some of the best roads in the world. Plus you better hurry, cause its gunna fall into the ocean during the next big earthquake.

Do you have any Italian seismologists who can tell us when that might be?    ;)
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: MrPepsi on October 29, 2012, 12:15:40 pm
 :rotflmao:
No longer, they were sentenced to death.
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Pokey on October 29, 2012, 02:06:14 pm
Come to California, we have great weather, manageable humidity, manageable mosquitos and some of the best roads in the world. Plus you better hurry, cause its gunna fall into the ocean during the next big earthquake.


But have allot of stupid laws there too, but the good roads and weather might trump that.  8)
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: MrPepsi on October 29, 2012, 02:26:42 pm

But have allot of stupid laws there too, but the good roads and weather might trump that.  8)

You mean like lane sharing?  ;D
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Spanky on October 29, 2012, 06:25:55 pm
I had a bike in Florida when I lived there. I think I remember going around one curve, but I am not sure if my mind is playing tricks on me. I will take the colder weather and the curvy roads any day.
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: texrider on October 29, 2012, 09:01:35 pm
I had a bike in Florida when I lived there. I think I remember going around one curve, but I am not sure if my mind is playing tricks on me. I will take the colder weather and the curvy roads any day.

Explains why Harley's are so popular there, with the elder population and no turns.
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Pokey on October 29, 2012, 10:50:41 pm
How do you winterize Teressa?
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: VirginiaJim on October 30, 2012, 04:03:09 am
Keep her in Florida most likely.
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: stevewfl on October 31, 2012, 03:48:33 pm
I had a bike in Florida when I lived there. I think I remember going around one curve, but I am not sure if my mind is playing tricks on me. I will take the colder weather and the curvy roads any day.

Florida has the best curves in the country.  A few of them can be found at JenningsGP, Daytona, Morrosso, Homestead-Miami and I'm sure I'm forgetting a few   :D

If you haven't road these curves, you're missing out.
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Cuda on October 31, 2012, 04:48:24 pm
I'll always live in Fl . NO state tax, 6 % sales tax ,
 If I want curves I go the the BEACH
I just wish I could RIDE them  :D.
We have a beach near Marco Island we call T back , only get there by boat.
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Pokey on October 31, 2012, 08:17:28 pm
I'll always live in Fl . NO state tax, 6 % sales tax ,
 If I want curves I go the the BEACH
I just wish I could RIDE them  :D .
We have a beach near Marco Island we call T back , only get there by boat.


 :rotflmao:
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Conrad on November 01, 2012, 04:38:58 am
I'll always live in Fl . NO state tax, 6 % sales tax ,
 If I want curves I go the the BEACH
I just wish I could RIDE them  :D.
We have a beach near Marco Island we call T back , only get there by boat.

I grew up in that area but never heard of T back. Tiger Tail beach was awesome! WAY back in the day when they allowed such things we used to camp out on that beach, fishing all night and rode dune buggies during the day. Good times.
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: SteveJ. on November 01, 2012, 07:09:00 pm
You mean like lane sharing?  ;D
What a marvelous custom this is. My KLR out there really likes to share. :thumbs:
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: SteveJ. on November 01, 2012, 07:15:23 pm

She said of course!  :D

Cool. Question. Is that a user friendly old spout or the new gvnmt spout on that can(gas can ;))?

Y'all swingin' by on the way to The Smackdown? Or meet up at McD's in Interlachen?

BTW, I was down in Fort Myers today and honked the horn. Can you ask her if she heard me down in Napples?  :loco: :loco: :nuts:
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: freebird6 on November 19, 2012, 06:58:09 pm
I ride year round here in Hoosier land. Have been for 30 years. Michelen still needs a good snow tire though.

Haha

Must be in SOuthern Indiana. Too much snow up here in Muncie to go all year. Not ready to put her away yet as Turkey Day is looking to be in the 60's. Comfy down to about 36 degrees as long as the sun is up. Deer more of a problem than cold but I will be out as long as the tires will stick to the pavement.
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: stevewfl on November 20, 2012, 09:15:56 am
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I put over 1000 miles on my C14 last couple of days, time for Teressa to get the gas jug again heh
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Conrad on November 20, 2012, 09:28:52 am
I put over 1000 miles on my C14 last couple of days, time for Teressa to get the gas jug again heh

You must be getting great fuel economy!
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: stevewfl on November 20, 2012, 11:21:51 am
You must be getting great fuel economy!


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Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: devilboy on November 20, 2012, 02:35:58 pm
You out of staters  dont have a clue what you are missing.  we get to ride  365 days a year. we do have curves  and fun roads
we are just altitudinally  challenged( I know it isnt a real word)... My GPS tells me I am 62 FT above sea level  while parked in my garage. Had a breakfast ride this am to Winterhaven airport and thermometer  said 55 F when kickstands went up @ 8am.
almost 65 on the way home and NOT a cloud in the sky.  On that note I want to wish everyone a safe and joyous Thanksgiving to you and your families...
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: stevewfl on November 20, 2012, 06:14:16 pm
You out of staters  dont have a clue what you are missing.  we get to ride  365 days a year. we do have curves  and fun roads
we are just altitudinally  challenged( I know it isnt a real word)... My GPS tells me I am 62 FT above sea level  while parked in my garage. Had a breakfast ride this am to Winterhaven airport and thermometer  said 55 F when kickstands went up @ 8am.
almost 65 on the way home and NOT a cloud in the sky.  On that note I want to wish everyone a safe and joyous Thanksgiving to you and your families...

+1

right on...and those who say we don't have curves have missed out on Daytona, JenningsGP, Homestead-Miami, and Moroso, (and probabaly track days in general).

Although i do go to the mountains during our 3 scorching summer months =)
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: stevewfl on December 30, 2013, 06:40:53 am
Its good living in FL  8)


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My bike has been winterized yet again using this methodology (http://i80.photobucket.com/albums/j180/stevewfl/icon10.gif)
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: BruceR on December 30, 2013, 07:11:54 am
Maybe PBR will work?
I can't comment on the bike, but PBR makes me backfire something awful.  I get banished to the garage until I'm running with less unpleasant emissions.
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: stevewfl on December 30, 2013, 02:25:49 pm
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Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Charlie747 on December 30, 2013, 03:31:26 pm
"Florida has the best curves in the country"  Looking at Miss Teressa's picture its hard not to agree  :goodpost: :thumbs: :chugbeer: 
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: twowheeladdict on December 30, 2013, 06:27:55 pm
You out of staters  dont have a clue what you are missing.  we get to ride  365 days a year. we do have curves  and fun roads
we are just altitudinally  challenged( I know it isnt a real word)... My GPS tells me I am 62 FT above sea level  while parked in my garage. Had a breakfast ride this am to Winterhaven airport and thermometer  said 55 F when kickstands went up @ 8am.
almost 65 on the way home and NOT a cloud in the sky.  On that note I want to wish everyone a safe and joyous Thanksgiving to you and your families...

I rode in Florida for 13 years.  I thought it had curves too.  Then I moved to Tennessee and had to learn how to ride real curves.   ;D
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: stevewfl on December 30, 2013, 06:30:09 pm
I rode in Florida for 13 years.  I thought it had curves too.  Then I moved to Tennessee and had to learn how to ride real curves.   ;D

I usually spend the summers in eastern TN/western NC.   At least ride there a lot of the summer at a bare minimum when FL is a scorchin'.  I'll ping you when I'm back up that way.  Also I meet a group twice a year for railin' the twisties up that way  :D
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: twowheeladdict on December 31, 2013, 07:10:25 am
Cool!  I think my railing days may have come to an end though.  After my dual sport crash, losing a friend to a guardrail, and the numerous deer strikes that have been happening in my area, I am reassessing the level of risk I am willing to incur while riding.  Slowing it down, avoiding dusk to dawn, not purposely riding in the remnants of hurricanes, etc.  My eyes just aren't as discerning as they used to be.  I would be happy to meet up at a non-chain restaurant and share a meal and some stories.
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: stevewfl on December 31, 2013, 08:09:28 am
Cool!  I think my railing days may have come to an end though.  After my dual sport crash, losing a friend to a guardrail, and the numerous deer strikes that have been happening in my area, I am reassessing the level of risk I am willing to incur while riding.  Slowing it down, avoiding dusk to dawn, not purposely riding in the remnants of hurricanes, etc.  My eyes just aren't as discerning as they used to be.  I would be happy to meet up at a non-chain restaurant and share a meal and some stories.

I like the slow scenic touring too, I'll definitely look you up. 

Also there is a friend of mine (who is a Kawasaki USA employee too) in the area, he rides street and dual sport too. Great guy,  I'm overdue riding with him and plan to look him up while there next time as well
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: twowheeladdict on December 31, 2013, 12:23:35 pm
I like the slow scenic touring too, I'll definitely look you up. 

Also there is a friend of mine (who is a Kawasaki USA employee too) in the area, he rides street and dual sport too. Great guy,  I'm overdue riding with him and plan to look him up while there next time as well
Does he have a custom painted Versys?  Met him at a kawi demo day in Nashville.  He now lives near deals gap.
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: stevewfl on January 01, 2014, 11:01:32 pm
Does he have a custom painted Versys?  Met him at a kawi demo day in Nashville.  He now lives near deals gap.

Not sure what all is in his stable lately. I bet its the same guy, names Dan, he lives right near there, and he's at every demo event  :D
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Classvino on January 02, 2014, 12:40:39 pm
...and don't miss all them "POT HOLES"...

It's easier to steer around pot holes than sink holes...  But even then, I'm jealous of a 12 month riding season...

Jamie
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: mike-s4 on January 03, 2014, 06:59:20 am
Its good living in FL  8)


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If it's so warm down there, how come she aint' wearing a bikini?
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Charlie747 on January 03, 2014, 09:48:53 am
If it's so warm down there, how come she aint' wearing a bikini?

Good Point  :rotflmao:
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: sherob on January 03, 2014, 10:26:17 am
Yeah... jeans... no sun?  WTF.  ;D
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: stevewfl on January 03, 2014, 11:26:49 am
If it's so warm down there, how come she aint' wearing a bikini?

^^^thats the pics I don't post =)
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Conniesaki on January 03, 2014, 12:27:13 pm
Yeah... jeans... no sun?  WTF.  ;D

Hey this is Florida ... where folks go to retire ... you're lucky she has her teeth in.

 ;D  :D  :o  :P
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: stevewfl on January 03, 2014, 12:59:22 pm
Hey this is Florida ... where folks go to retire ... you're lucky she has her teeth in.

 ;D  :D  :o  :P

I WISH either of us were retired too, we both still work  ;D
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Conniesaki on January 03, 2014, 02:27:26 pm
I WISH either of us were retired too, we both still work  ;D

Same here  :( ... stupid motorcycle habit.
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: stevewfl on January 03, 2014, 02:29:23 pm
Same here  :( ... stupid motorcycle habit.

+1 

You in FL?  Did you see the RTE ride posted for Saturday?  Come join us!
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Conniesaki on January 03, 2014, 10:51:52 pm
+1 

You in FL?  Did you see the RTE ride posted for Saturday?  Come join us!

Yeah I'm in Gainesville ... still riding an RC51 ... still looking for a C14, though. I didn't see the RTE ride, tho ... not sure what that is.
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Conrad on January 04, 2014, 06:30:48 am
Hey this is Florida ... where folks go to retire ... you're lucky she has her teeth in.

 ;D  :D  :o  :P

I WISH either of us were retired too, we both still work  ;D

Same here  :( ... stupid motorcycle habit.

Oh you poor working folks. I guess someone has to do it eh?  ;)

'Some' of us retired folks can still support our MC habits.  :)  Right now I have a snowmobile habit that I'm supporting though...
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: stevewfl on January 04, 2014, 06:43:14 am
Yeah I'm in Gainesville ... still riding an RC51 ... still looking for a C14, though. I didn't see the RTE ride, tho ... not sure what that is.


RC51 - suweet!  RTE is ride to eat, we'll be right up the street from you compared to me in Tampa. Bring the Honda!  :   

http://www.zggtr.org/index.php?topic=16139.0 (http://www.zggtr.org/index.php?topic=16139.0)
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: Conniesaki on January 04, 2014, 09:57:49 am
RC51 - suweet!  RTE is ride to eat, we'll be right up the street from you compared to me in Tampa. Bring the Honda!  :   

[url]http://www.zggtr.org/index.php?topic=16139.0[/url] ([url]http://www.zggtr.org/index.php?topic=16139.0[/url])


I'm busy helping my dad install some cattle fence today, Steve ... but small world: The local club I ride with once in a while did a ride from Gainesville to Gator Joe's on Nov 9th (125 miles one-way). I didn't make that ride, either, tho  :( ... Enjoy your ride today!
Title: Re: Teressa shows how to "winterize" a C14
Post by: stevewfl on January 19, 2014, 07:05:58 pm
We just ride there too!