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Everytime I take this bike out I don't want to come back home. My wife was cooking something funky so I told her I was just going to run down the street and get a bite to eat and I'll be right back. I went into town but that just seemed like too short of a ride so I went to the other side of town and got a bite. Then I was heading home and I just couldn't make the bike go back home so early seeing it was running so good and felt so right and it was t-shirt riding weather. :doorag: I decided to go visit a friend about 30 miles away and after our visit I headed back but I kept finding little side roads to take. ::) I just want to keep riding and never stop. Now I'm thinking I may put the Boss Hoss on hold for my Sturgis trip and ride the 109 instead. I thought to myself that I must have a fever of 109 and that's what's causing this sickness. Man I've got it bad. :eek:
 

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Sounds like me. On my way to Rolling Thunder I took the long way there on all the twisty back roads I could find up to Ft. Washington HD. Its too boring taking all the straight highways to an event. It took longer but much more enjoyable.
 

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I hear you, once I rode 400 miles r/t in one day just to change a rear tire, and once I rode 200 miles r/t just to get a couple of links of sausage. Good thing bikes don't have a lot of storage space because if they did, my ice cream would melt when I went grocery shopping. :D
 

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Everytime I take this bike out I don't want to come back home. My wife was cooking something funky so I told her I was just going to run down the street and get a bite to eat and I'll be right back. I went into town but that just seemed like too short of a ride so I went to the other side of town and got a bite. Then I was heading home and I just couldn't make the bike go back home so early seeing it was running so good and felt so right and it was t-shirt riding weather. :doorag: I decided to go visit a friend about 30 miles away and after our visit I headed back but I kept finding little side roads to take. ::) I just want to keep riding and never stop. Now I'm thinking I may put the Boss Hoss on hold for my Sturgis trip and ride the 109 instead. I thought to myself that I must have a fever of 109 and that's what's causing this sickness. Man I've got it bad. :eek:
Man, I know what you mean. It may not be curable.
 
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Hmm - - - - you got two M109's there for 3 more days. Give the keys to the wife and let her follow you. Let her ride your bike and you take mine.
 
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I think its a daseeze once you git it they ain't no cure modern medicine and science is looking into a cure but it has sumpthin to do with the sperm count and how much money you have and your ma' dula and all kind of shit I don't know the terminalagy for and jeeze I freekin think just talkin about it gives it to ya AAAAAAAGGGGGHHHHHH !! I think I got it too!!
 
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hd2plze said:
I think its a daseeze once you git it they ain't no cure modern medicine and science is looking into a cure but it has sumpthin to do with the sperm count and how much money you have and your ma' dula and all kind of sheet I don't know the terminalagy for and jeeze I freekin think just talkin about it gives it to ya AAAAAAAGGGGGHHHHHH !! I think I got it too!!
Thanks for the cryptic messages Fritz, or Deter or HD2PLZE or whatever your name will be in a few minutes.
 

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I have several home projects to get done! Unfortunately with the high temps and no threats of rain I've developed the "109 fever" myself and can't keep my a__ off the bike. A short jaunt anywhere turns into a 60-70 mile run. I return home, look at the projects, look at the bike and the next thing I know is I'm off again :) :) :) :) :)....I really like this bike!
Guess the only cure for the fever is downpours. With none in the forecast I guess I'll have to suffer with this illness :) :) :) :) :) :)
 

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So that's what is wrong with me-- I have got a fever. I was wondering why my 10 minute ride home from work turned into an hour long ride down a road we call "snake" road. Thanks for the diagnosis. :D
 

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You guys are lucky! It's heading into winter here in NZ and the last week has been nothing but rain...
But the next fine day that comes along and I think I will be developing a bit of a cough...of course bad enough to have the day off work, but not bad enough to stay off the bike.
Hell I even washed it in the rain on Sunday just to have an excuse to get it out of the shed!

Addictive? Most definately!
 

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You guys are lucky! It's heading into winter here in NZ and the last week has been nothing but rain...
But the next fine day that comes along and I think I will be developing a bit of a cough...of course bad enough to have the day off work, but not bad enough to stay off the bike.
Hell I even washed it in the rain on Sunday just to have an excuse to get it out of the shed!

Addictive? Most definately!
I didn't have a cough, just the fever of 109. :evil:
 

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Broke my right foot last week. The doctor said I should not be driving while I have this cast on... How lucky can a gut get? A doctors note to drive less and ride more!!!!! :D :D :D
 
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Sorry to hear about the problem Lamont. But FEVER would make a good vanity plate. Oh by the way everyone, I have already picked it as mine. Nanana Nanana!
 

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I too have the fever.  However, unlike a normal fever, I believe this fever has some very beneficial side effects.  I have noticed that my general well being is just better after getting the 109.  I don't seem to stress out as much, even though things at work have gotten very hectic.  I find that things that bothered me prior to owning the 109 just don't seem as bothersome.  When things at the homestead aren't going quite my way, I just walk out to the garage for a few minutes and gaze at the 109 and everything is better.  If they find a cure for the 109 fever, do me a favor and don't tell me about it.  :p
 

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I picked up my 109 Friday and just couldn't get enough time riding and gazing at it this weekend. I took today off to ride her all day but the idiot dealer overfilled the oil and had to come pick it up because I was screaming bloody murder. They just called me and told me they were keeping her overnight for observation. I am just devestated that my day was ruined AND I'm now without my baby (sorry wifey). I may be sleeping in the garage tonight in her spot.....or I may end up at the dealer tonight and sleep beside the shop so I can be near her. Help me.....
 

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I picked up my 109 Friday and just couldn't get enough time riding and gazing at it this weekend. I took today off to ride her all day but the idiot dealer overfilled the oil and had to come pick it up because I was screaming bloody murder. They just called me and told me they were keeping her overnight for observation. I am just devestated that my day was ruined AND I'm now without my baby (sorry wifey). I may be sleeping in the garage tonight in her spot.....or I may end up at the dealer tonight and sleep beside the shop so I can be near her. Help me.....
Here, this might help Take two and call your dealer in the morning
 
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