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Mr.Gym10

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    Beth
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  1. 2019 Yamaha MT07 in Ice-Fluo with 2000 miles. Clean title in hand. Miles will go up slightly as I ride it. Bought it last January and intended to keep it for awhile but life had different ideas. The wife got pregnant a few months later and, well, at least I got most of one season in! But the best part of the season is right now and this is a fantastic bike to ride. The engine has a ton of character & is just an absolute blast to ride around town or the back roads. It does have a few tasteful mods I’ve done which are... • Akrapovič Titanium Full Exhaust with Carbon Fiber Endcap(comes with a baffle) •CRG Adjustable Levers •OES Frame Sliders & Rear Spools •TST Industries Tail-Tidy •TST Industries Integrated LED Taillight, Turn Signals, & License Plate Light •ERMAX Sport Nose Screen I will also throw in the AlpineStar soft tank bag that can be seen in a picture or two. No test rides, $6k obo. You can message me or text seven-four-zero-six-zero-seven-zero-five-two-three.
  2. Did you even read the article you cited? It is literally advocating for people to wear a cloth mask. “the virus is spread through respiratory droplets, and since people are most contagious in the 48 hours before symptom onset, our cloth face coverings are meant to protect other people, not ourselves. And there is steadily accumulating evidence that cloth masks perform that function well, by containing respiratory droplets before they can be expelled into the air.” ”A recent study, for example, used publicly available data to calculate the COVID-19 growth rate before and after mask mandates in 15 states and the District of Columbia between the end of March and late May of 2020. Researchers found that mask mandates led to a marked slowdown in the daily growth rate, estimating that mask mandates may have prevented up to 450,000 cases of COVID-19.” ”.. in combination with social distancing, our cloth masks are very effective at preventing the spread of the virus. Remember, your mask protects other people; their masks protect you”
  3. Boondocks is solid. I prefer Maxwells in McConnelsville or Northstar in Gaysport right on sr60.
  4. Some more routes that are centered around SEO... https://www.visitzanesville.com/Plan/Visit-Zanesville-Muskingum-County-Motorcycle-Tours.pdf
  5. Nice ride! Welcome! What part of the state will you be moving to?
  6. Patio looks good! We just built a house last year and debating between a deck and a concrete pad. Definitely prefer the pad but funds may not allow for that yet. Currently, I am In the process of finishing our basement. Just studded out the rooms and got the electric ran. Starting on painting the ceiling black today(leaving it exposed) and then the real fun, drywall, begins!
  7. If you don’t already, get a tennis ball(or any ball that’s roughly the same size). Use it to roll along the bottom of your foot for 10 minutes or so at a time. Gradually introducing more and more pressure as it allows. Do this a few times a week(the more the better) and it’ll be feeling better.
  8. Put a radiator guard on my MT 07. Cleaned up the front of the bike a lot.
  9. I’ve lived in rural SEO my entire life. I don’t ride at night very much because of the bugs. Unless deer are in rut(October/November) they aren’t a huge deal. I’ve seen more deer recently in the middle of the day than I have this entire year at night(I’m sure has something to do with the covid and people not being out as much as usual, thus less traffic/people for them to worry about). Now, opossums and raccoons are another story, those suckers can be everywhere.
  10. Duncan Falls is my neck of the woods. Lock 9 is solid for food and Northstar in Gaysport along RT60 is good stuff!
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