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Previous bikes owned hit rain all the time :eek:
F650GS has over 9000 miles, K1200RS has over 12000 miles. I never hit any rain until today, drove over 100 miles in major rain fall today :mad:
Most of my K1200RS miles are trips to rain country Pacific Northwest and Canada.
Metzler Z6 tires performed perfect in rain :thumbs:
 

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you havent lived till you've ridden in the rain :thumbs: ...nothing like a driving monsoon to get the juices flowin!! welcome to the club!! we end up in the rain all the time around here. :rolleyes: ;)
 

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Need4Speed750 said:
you havent lived till you've ridden in the rain :thumbs: ...nothing like a driving monsoon to get the juices flowin!! welcome to the club!! we end up in the rain all the time around here. :rolleyes: ;)
Drove in rain often with other makes of bikes, but for some reason my BMW's did not get rained on :shock:
 

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Drove in rain often with other makes of bikes, but for some reason my BMW's did not get rained on :shock:
The rain gods finally had to give it up on ya huh! :)

Riding in the rain can really make you concentrate, and keep your wits about you; even more than just normal riding conditions..and hey, if you can be a beast rider in the rain, think of what you can do in dry conditions! :thumbs: :cheers:
 

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I have hit the rain a few times so far on my way home from work and I got soaked. LOL I need to look at that damn doppler radar closer for now on and not another states weather. :smilelol: Its all good riding in the rain. Sometimes hurts like sh*t but you live. :)
 
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