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 Post subject: Re: Bike Cleaner
PostPosted: Wed Jan 26, 2011 1:33 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Bike Cleaner
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THAT'S a secret? C'mon, share it.

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 Post subject: Re: Bike Cleaner
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Don't wanna advertise my own shop across the boards ::up::

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 Post subject: Re: Bike Cleaner
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you lost me on that one?

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 Post subject: Re: Bike Cleaner
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SSGHopkins wrote:
I found something called Honda Bike Wash at a Honda shop in Richmond VA and that stuff was amazing. My father was a skeptic until we got back from some muddy trails and he spent 3 hours cleaning his bike and all I did was spray off the big clumps, spray on the wash, let sit for a few minutes, then rinsed off with the hose and I was done....I have never seen the stuff except there though

This stuff is AWESOME :D

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 Post subject: Re: Bike Cleaner
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SSGHopkins wrote:
I found something called Honda Bike Wash at a Honda shop in Richmond VA and that stuff was amazing. My father was a skeptic until we got back from some muddy trails and he spent 3 hours cleaning his bike and all I did was spray off the big clumps, spray on the wash, let sit for a few minutes, then rinsed off with the hose and I was done....I have never seen the stuff except there though
Honda Bike Wash? When I was teaching classes at Honda Rider Ed we used Simple Green in a bug sprayer. Go figure.

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 Post subject: Re: Bike Cleaner
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OK, now I get it.
This has ben one of the better threads in a long long time. Lots of good info on here and pretty well stayed on point.
How about possibly a sticky?

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 Post subject: Re: Bike Cleaner
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terriblemog wrote:
OK, now I get it.
This has ben one of the better threads in a long long time. Lots of good info on here and pretty well stayed on point.
How about possibly a sticky?

Quick, lock it now! :D

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 Post subject: Re: Bike Cleaner
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terriblemog wrote:
OK, now I get it.
This has ben one of the better threads in a long long time. Lots of good info on here and pretty well stayed on point.
How about possibly a sticky?

Quick, lock it now! :D

I remember I was riding my Ossa Pioneer in the Appalachian mountains. I had my sleeping bag strapped on the rear fender with the exhaust blowing a hole through the bag. Oh, and it was snowing . . . . LOL

Dennis, welcome to your first stickie!

Stuck, locked and transferred!

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