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Dundas, CA, L9H 1Y8




I am a participant in life rather than a spectator, with very eclectic interests: bike touring, hard core diving (warm, cold, fresh, salt), hiking and geocaching.

So much to do, so little time!
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Small business owner/operator

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Whether you think you can or can't, you are right!

When you are going through hell, keep going!

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Bike 1:

Red 2004 Honda GL1800A

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Bike 3:

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Battery Tender JR 12V Smart Battery Charger
ITEM CODE: SOMS017122,   SKU: SOMS017122

I had to buy new batteries annually after winter storage until I bought this battery tender. I now leave it plugged in all year round and it has been 4 years since I've had to buy a battery! This product pays for itself quickly in reduced maintenance and peace of mind. I'd recommend one for every bike you ride regularly.
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Avon Cobra Chrome Radial Tires for GL1800

I've put over 100,000 km on my 2004 Goldwing and tried a number of different tires. The Cobra's provided by far the best handling for my spirited driving style. I have been able to get 25,000 km (15K miles) from the front tires and about 15,000 km (9K miles)from the rear. I went further on Elite 3s but the bike didn't fall into the curves near as easily. One caveat - you need to over inflate the front tire or it will cup. I put in 41 psi and the tires wear evenly and it reduces the low speed front end wobble. I'm currently on my second set and plan to buy them again.
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Avon Cobra Chrome Radial Tires for GL1800

I previously rode on Dunlop Elite 3's and thought they were pretty decent, lasted well (19,000 miles). Based on a test drive on my buddy's wing, I decided to go with the Cobras. Wow - what a difference in handling! They stick to the road like glue, wet or dry. They also roll into curves very, very easily. I was advised to run the tires for 100 miles before pushing the bike hard. That was excellent advice - I initially had a tendency to lean too hard into the curves. I've put on about 1500 miles since installed 2 weeks ago. Wingstuff did a great job of delivering the tires to my mechanic's shop and gave me the best price available anywhere. Cupping comes from weak shocks - hopefully I won't have the same issue mentioned by others.
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