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Hallo guys,
I am back!

Somehow the forum reminded me to relogin.
How‘s everyone doing?
Dunno whether I posted my bike after NC700, here it is.
Stay safe!
Love, Joe

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Griff

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Hiya Happy. Good to see You are well.

I once got that Novel BM virus many years ago. However I got cured and am now immune. I take plenty of vitamin H ever since and that keep me healthy !
 

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Don't have a pic but i got a killer deal on a leftover 2014 CB1100 two years ago and love it but still have my second NC and my DR650
 

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I haven't moved on; I’ve merely branched out. The latest acquisition was a CRF250 Rally. The NC remains in the stable and likely will for a very long time, along with the GL1800 and Ruckus scooter.

Yesterday, I was on the CRF following a route through the woods, when the mapped road turned into a semi dry riverbed, which led to a washed out bridge. While these types of rides could awkwardly be done on the NC, the NC is definitely not the better tool for the job. I attempted to make a second NC into a dual sport of sorts, but it proved unsuccessful.

So, for two up rides, grab the Goldwing; for single street rides, go for the NC; for exploring forest routes, take the CRF; for putting around the neighborhood, ride the scooter. It's nice to have the right tool for the job.

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I haven't moved on; I’ve merely branched out. The latest acquisition was a CRF250 Rally. The NC remains in the stable and likely will for a very long time, along with the GL1800 and Ruckus scooter.

Yesterday, I was on the CRF following a route through the woods, when the mapped road turned into a semi dry riverbed, which led to a washed out bridge. While these types of rides could awkwardly be done on the NC, the NC is definitely not the better tool for the job. I attempted to make a second NC into a dual sport of sorts, but it proved unsuccessful.

So, for two up rides, grab the Goldwing; for single street rides, go for the NC; for exploring forest routes, take the CRF; for putting around the neighborhood, ride the scooter. It's nice to have the right tool for the job.

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Nice Greg...What river is that in Illinois?
 

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Nice Greg...What river is that in Illinois?
That is the Little Buffalo River, near Jasper, Arkansas. I made a last minute plan to come here for 4 nights after seeing the weather was forcasted to be 70* and partly cloudy. I was afraid next week might get into the 80s and/or get stormy. I need to head back home Thursday because I have no desire to get caught up with the holiday camping crowd.
 

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That is the Little Buffalo River, near Jasper, Arkansas. I made a last minute plan to come here for 4 nights after seeing the weather was forcasted to be 70* and partly cloudy. I was afraid next week might get into the 80s and/or get stormy. I need to head back home Thursday because I have no desire to get caught up with the holiday camping crowd.
Sweet...must be nice to be retired....hehehe.... I wanted to go camping this weekend, not to far from home; however, the camp grounds in Indiana and Ky are still closed and the wife said NO to the Smokies this weekend....afraid I may be around too many people...
 

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I still have the Nc700x, 2015 with 15,000 miles.
This is for big trips. Shown in Canada last summer.
 
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