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I got a good laugh out of the comments and yes the work is now done so I can enjoy my work on the road and track. 馃

5-6 days a month home isn't a lot so don't rag on me too bad. 馃構馃槈

@Pmack you know I rode every session on my 3 days at Jennings so no it's not a garage queen and yes I love riding the snot out if it and plan on riding more now that it's cooling down.

Thanks for the laughs though I needed that. 馃檹馃槏馃榿
 

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I got a good laugh out of the comments and yes the work is now done so I can enjoy my work on the road and track. 馃

5-6 days a month home isn't a lot so don't rag on me too bad. 馃構馃槈

@Pmack you know I rode every session on my 3 days at Jennings so no it's not a garage queen and yes I love riding the snot out if it and plan on riding more now that it's cooling down.

Thanks for the laughs though I needed that. 馃檹馃槏馃榿
I wasn't trying to make you feel bad or anything @misnblu , I was just shocked how few miles you had on it.
I know it isn't a garage queen, but don't wait to go to the track to put miles on it either IMHO.
You did a lot more miles at Jennings in some high heat and humidity than I wanted to.
Seat time does help a lot, though. If you want to get better street or track you need to ride as regularly as possible.
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Much respect for keeping those wheels clean... I hate changing the wheels on the 400. I'm definitely going to try the @sbk1198 method of flipping the axle to hold the caliper in. That, along with captive wheel spacers and chain adjuster should make my next tire swap a lot easier than the last one. Track miles for the win!
 

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Much respect for keeping those wheels clean... I hate changing the wheels on the 400. I'm definitely going to try the @sbk1198 method of flipping the axle to hold the caliper in. That, along with captive wheel spacers and chain adjuster should make my next tire swap a lot easier than the last one. Track miles for the win!
Those are my spare wheels (hence the rain tires), and I had probably just bought those not long before that video, that's why there were fairly clean. I don't do a good job cleaning my wheels actually...or the whole bike for that matter lol
 
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