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  • #31
    Re: Hot Weather Riding Survival Tip

    Being sealed up in a bag...gives me disturbing images. Very good points.

    As for the time of year it could be moved to earlier in the year - May perhaps then if it is a middle of the week rally people have kids in school. Have it on the weekend attendance may be limited since people coming from very far away have to take part of two weeks off...still a problem if you have kids in school.
    Early June - still some issues with kids in school. Late June not much cooler that July I'm afraid. Late July early August same issue with potential heat.

    I'm just not sure there is a perfect solution that would fit with what everyone would like.
    Randy - aka racinfan101
    Central IL Chapter 1-39 President
    http://central-il-vulcanriders.org/
    https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/c....vulcanriders/
    Suffering from Vulcamania!!
    (Since Vulcans Rule and the others Drool)

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    • #32
      Re: Hot Weather Riding Survival Tip

      Going to be riding in 100+ degree heat this weekend. Will have to give some of these ideas a try.
      2015 Vulcan 1700 Voyager - Ivan's ECU ~ Kuryakyn Long Horn Highway Pegs ~ Chucksters Risers ~ Grasshopper Backrest ~ Dual FIAMM Horns ~ Flashing Trunk Brake Light ~ 34024-1330 Kickstand ~ Kawi Gel Front Seat

      2008 Vulcan 900 Classic LT - Traded

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      • #33
        Re: Hot Weather Riding Survival Tip

        Have a great ride and hydrate!!
        Randy - aka racinfan101
        Central IL Chapter 1-39 President
        http://central-il-vulcanriders.org/
        https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/c....vulcanriders/
        Suffering from Vulcamania!!
        (Since Vulcans Rule and the others Drool)

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        • #34
          Re: Hot Weather Riding Survival Tip

          Good info. People forget that when your riding in the heat, you're basically driving in a convection oven. With the wind whipping over you, the heat will just suck the water right out of you. Be safe, be smart, drink up.
          Always Believe,
          Marc VanderPal

          Treasurer - Rock River Valley Vulcan Riders

          Email - marcvanderpal@charter.net

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