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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-18-2019, 01:58 PM Thread Starter
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Rain everyday this month. Over 5 inches and still counting. Cold today feels like October plug the battery charger into the Bobber this morning it has not turn a week in 2 weeks. I have never seen a July so wet and cold
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That's a real pain, I feel for you mate.

Reminds me of last winter up in the Rockies of Colorado. I got there in November, took two short cold rides into town, then the snow came. We left six months later and I still had to trailer my bike off the mountain.

Never again..

Cheerio and fingers crossed the weather picks up.

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Rain everyday this month. Over 5 inches and still counting. Cold today feels like October plug the battery charger into the Bobber this morning it has not turn a week in 2 weeks. I have never seen a July so wet and cold
I'll trade. It is 95ș F and feels like 100ș F. No relief due until the weekend.

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Rain everyday this month. Over 5 inches and still counting. Cold today feels like October plug the battery charger into the Bobber this morning it has not turn a week in 2 weeks. I have never seen a July so wet and cold
I feel that, I've lived here almost 10 years and I do not remember it ever being this wet. I've only managed about 1500k. But its better than the fires!

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In NoVa, it's been to hot for me to ride. We did have a bit of spring, but now it's blazing hot......would love to get some rain to cool it off!

Hope the rain slows down for you so you can get out, as I imagine your riding season is shorter than most's.
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July snow in the mountains 200 miles east of here
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This week has been really hot in the midwest. Highs in the upper 90's and high humidity. We've been riding in the morning and getting back by 11:00am. Went out a few days ago to Topeka and took the dome tour at the capitol building. Holy smokes was it hot in there.
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