Re: Riding in MN winter?

Stephen Keller /
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I live here too, and don't ride in the winter, no one expects to see you out there, and when you wipe out (not if) but when, cars have a harder time stopping, simply not safe. If I had to, I would use the QT-50. with stock air cleaner, no exposed chain, and very light and close to the ground, so you don't have as far to fall when you crash. Also has turn signals, or will until they get broken off crashing. Put the bike up for the winter and get a bus card! :) (edited)

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