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Picking up a Complete Rig.

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Flying out to pick up a Rig this Thur. and ride it home to Florida, 1200 miles.   Hope to miss some of the rain from the past Hurricane.

I hope that you have a safe, dry and uneventful trip. Enjoy the ride.

what did you buy?  got any pictures?  tell use about the trip home.

Dave vp USCA

Gwing, and will take pics on Route home.  Leave tomorrow for pick up.

Guy who bought my GW rig rode it 2200 miles home from Surprise AZ.

have fun, at least it will be warmer then when we made that trip from FL to NC in December.

Sven and Medio Tico

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Nice ride home.  No issues with bike at all.  High beam was off, but adjusted that when home.  Start in Pennsylvania to Harris , VA. 1st day. 347 miles.  Day two had to make time to be back to work Saturday.  963 miles.  Good run.  Here's rig.  1988 Goldwing with Champion Escort, with 50000 miles.

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Great you made it with no issues.  It's a good looking rig.  Really like the Escort, it's a perfect size for an adult and gives good wind protection.

Somebody had a lot of patience with that airbrush painting.

Congratulations, and ride safe always.

Sven

This past Friday we picked up our rig from Hannigan in Kentucky. Saturday morning we started our trip back home to Bristol Virginia, 450 miles. It rained every inch, non-stop. A memorable trip despite the rain. Rig provided a great ride.

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