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Happy to brag about my new purchase. Its a 2005 zx6r with 12k miles on the clock and in very good condition.

This is my 3rd bike, 2nd sport bike and by far the most advanced, up-to-date, bike. Very anxious to ride in the early spring. I live in Maine, so that won't be for a month or so :thumbdown: (we have 6 foot snowbanks everywhere right now)

Glad to be apart of this forum now and hope i fit in!!

 

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Welcome! Looks like you've got yourself a nice bike there :bigthumb:
 

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Congrats. I was at the Bath Iron works last spring...... would have been really nice to have a bike to ride. The bones of the earth stick out where you can see them, in Maine. Excellent scenery, probably riddled with good riding roads.
 

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Congrats. I was at the Bath Iron works last spring...... would have been really nice to have a bike to ride. The bones of the earth stick out where you can see them, in Maine. Excellent scenery, probably riddled with good riding roads.
Maine is great. Awesome riding in the summer. Tons of places to make day trips out of, the only problem Is the road conditions can be real bad in the spring time. Frost heaves tear them up.
 

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Maine is great. Awesome riding in the summer. Tons of places to make day trips out of, the only problem Is the road conditions can be real bad in the spring time. Frost heaves tear them up.
When I was stationed in New Hampshire, we used to drive into Maine, Vermont, Upstate New York... all of that country is beautiful; and it all faces that same two seasons. Winter, and Tourist/Construction.

My wife and I both really enjoyed every place we ever visited in Maine. We never got treated like foriegners, everyone had a good sense of humor, air was clean, crowds were small. (We obviously didn't spend a lot of time right on the coast line.)

Reminded me a lot of the Pacific Northwest -- in my books that's a compliment. You can get into the back country in a few hours, without having to fight huge crowds doing so.

I'd love to do some touring into the Maritimes in Canada; that just seems like it would be more and better.
 

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I'd love to do some touring into the Maritimes in Canada; that just seems like it would be more and better.
Yes, very nice up there (from what i've heard.) We have a small cruise ship that goes back and forth to Nova Scotia. I'd like to see it some day and i'm sure there is plenty of great scenery to check out while on a bike.
 
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