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post #21 of 35 Old 12-05-2012, 05:59 PM
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You dont find it annoying trying to have lunch and making sure you have somewhere to put the helmet??

I dont like sitting my helmet on the ground and on the table doesn't work well lol

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post #22 of 35 Old 12-05-2012, 06:09 PM
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Not trying to take over the thread but now curious where does everyone store there helmet when going out to dinner or lunch etc??
Thats easy if im at work lunch always happens at my desk if i go out to dinner i either put it on another table or chair or in a friends car that im meeting up with
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I guess I might have to man up then lol
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I make regular Costco runs with my Samsonite backpack. Best $30 at Ross I ever spent, it's lasted me well over 6 years with ZERO wear/tear. Even with the giant compartments I generally can't spend over $80-$100.

On my old R6 I just had a simple milk crate strapped to the rear seat, but that won't be happening on the blade.

Personally, I never find owning just a bike to be an inconvenience, no matter the cargo!

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ROFLMAO That is some funny shit..
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If I am going to a restaurant with a podium or a bar, and I'm the only rider, then I ask them to stow if for me. never been turned down.

If it's a bunch of riders, then we usually get a extra table to put our gear on so ppl don't thrash it on the floor.
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Both of those sound like they work good.


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I put work shoes and lunch in backpack - try ride 2 or 3 times a week at least

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