All Year 4 season Riding

Bikeman08

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Does anyone ride there 2 stroke all year around Summer, Fall, WINTER(SNOW) Spring if so in the winter how? Please share;)(c):ride2:
 

grouchyolfart

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Not riding a MB yet, but am using a 4 stroke scooter to get to work everyday. The scooter goes through a tankful of gas every 2 weeks with some leftover. My MB is still in the planning stages plus I still need to sell off a couple of other scooters I'm not using anymore.

We've been having a long run of "tourist" weather for the past year or so. Makes for very pleasant year round riding, only having to use a windbreaker or poncho for the occasional morning "blessing". :)

I've not had to ride in a total downpour in the 3 years I've been riding a scooter to work. (c)
 

Dave31

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I ride all year, summer, winter...even in the rain...no matter the weather I ride at least to work and back...sorry, no snow out here.

I can say at temp's above 105, I lose alot of power. But that goes for any motor.. the cooler the air, the more hp you can make
 

jasonh

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I'd personally like to try to do a trike conversion for winter riding. Seems like 2 drive wheels would be better than 1 in the snow (granted, the snow melts pretty quickly here, so I've yet to drive with snow in the street)
 

jasonh

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I ride all year, summer, winter...even in the rain...no matter the weather I ride at least to work and back...sorry, no snow out here.

I can say at temp's above 105, I lose alot of power. But that goes for any motor.. the cooler the air, the more hp you can make
I applaud you for that. I lived in Phoenix most of my life and I wouldn't be caught dead on a bike in the middle of summer, even if it did have a motor on it. :)