Bikers descending upon DC

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  1. Fixxer

    Fixxer XDTalk 1K Member

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    Saw a figure of 2 million. Is that actually that many?

    Should be fun to watch.




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    I wonder if the hardware stores will be sold out of hammers? Or are they banned in DC also?
     
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    A couple of my bros are making that trip...
     
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    Fixxer XDTalk 1K Member

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    So I worked in Mount Storm West Virginia but my room was in Pittsburgh. I followed my GPS instructions and drove 160 miles in the rain at around 2AM.

    I ended up going South to Grafton WV and East on US 50 all the way to Mount Storm.

    That was the whitest my knuckles have ever been- that road don't look so bad on the map, but that is a twisting and turning sumbitch...

    I always thought it would be awesome to ride it on a bike in daytime.
     
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    +11111 ride safe!

     

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