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Sweeper last won the day on August 15 2016

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About Sweeper

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    Always last!
  • Birthday 03/28/1959

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    Hartselle, Alabama
  • In My Garage:
    07 VFR800
    14 CB500X
    09 CRF230L
    two bad dogs and...
    STUFF, lots of it!
  1. Welcome to VFRD. Love the screen name! It has that Canadian humor all over it.
  2. Power Commander and a map from the downloads section here will solve both of those issues. I sat on the fence for a long time because I'm cheap. It was the best money I ever spent on my 03.
  3. Which finger is that? Sort of looks like an aggressive bird.
  4. Many, many members here have waited past 60K. Baileyrock was past 100k if I remember. If it doesn't show any signs, ride on.
  5. I so want to do this. I'll be working towards making this happen. I've been wanting to do a real sport tour for years.
  6. Dutchy bait! Are they paying you for hits on their site? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. The great thing about the CB500x is I can ride in several different positions and non with any weight in my arms, shoulders, or legs. I can't do feet forward with my back. The CB is also really light compared to the VFR. I can ride it standing quite easy which is great to rest. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. As an alternative, try an adventure bike. CB500X, Versys, Vstrom. I love my CB500x. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. +1 on buying a used motor and swap it for the damaged one. You can always rebuild the damaged one for fun. Sorry for your troubles. BTW. Seriously. Thanks for posting the information for those of us who have not done this. I do prefer to learn from others mistakes rather than my own.
  10. You won't be too far from some of the folks in the Raleigh/Durham area.
  11. The event formerly know as TMac and now known as VFRD Spring Memorial ride. There will be news in the events section. Not to be missed. BTW. There are a couple of Hawk GT's with a room already booked.
  12. The connectors are different. Confirmed with Don Guhl when I had the 03. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Even though the name will change, we won't forget. I suggest that we all make it practice to slip in the clutch and give a V4 salute as we pass the cross site. This event has fostered so many friendships and memories for so many of us. What a legacy. Thank you Kevin.
  14. Welcome to VFRD. Look for news in the next couple of weeks about the next TMAC. It's a not to be missed event. Info from past years is still here if you want to see what its about.