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  1. Community Discussion Forums

    1. New Features, Instructions and Forum Tutorials

      Notifications for new features, instructions and forum tutorials will be posted here and your comments are encouraged.

    2. Self Introductions, Welcomes & Special Events

      New members are encouraged to create an introductory post in this forum and we will be sure to welcome you aboard! Along with introductions, birthdays, get-well, congrats, etc. may also be posted here.

    3. General Goldwing (and other Motorcycles) Discussion Forum

      This is our primary discussion board for motorcycle related conversations and information sharing.

    4. Non-Motorcycle Miscellaneous Topic Discussion Forum

      All of our regular, non-motorcycle related conversation can take place here.

    5. Scheduled and Impromptu Events/M&Gs

      This is the place to post and/or discuss any upcoming scheduled events and even organize impromptu Meet & Greets or rides.

    6. Trip Planning, Favorite Routes & Past Rides

      Discuss where you would like to go in the future that you haven't been to yet on your bike. Or discuss your planned future rides.

    7. Classified Adverts

      For Sale and Items Wanted posts go here in the same forum please!

    8. NAGF Photo Contest

      Post your Goldwing pictures here to be voted on each month.

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    9. Rowan & Martin's Laugh In!

      A place for a little fun. Let's keep your posts rated for no higher than PG please. All material rated R or above by the Moderators will be removed without explanation.

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  2. Technical Discussion Forums

    1. Motorcycle Technical Questions, Discussions & Builds

      Here you can post your Goldwing technical questions. Be specific in the subject line please.

    2. Trike Specific Technical Questions, Discussions & Builds

      Here you can post your Goldwing trike related technical questions as well as technical discussions. Trike specific topics please.

    3. Trailer & Camper Trailer Questions, Discussions & Builds

      Here you can post your trailer & camper trailer technical questions, discussions and Builds/Refurbish/Modifications

    4. SideCar Rigs

      For those who have Sidecars, would like to learn about Sidecars or would like to swap maintenance tips, stories, trip memories of your sidecar.

    5. Links / Reference Materials

      If you have a good link to a supplier, reference materials or just an all round good business then post your links here.

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  3. Special Interest Groups (SIGs)

    1. "Aspen© Lightweight Camper Owners"

      A Special Interest Group focused on the ownership of the Aspen© Lightweight Camper Trailer (Ambassador, Classic, Sentry & the new Base Camp) including utlization, maintenance and modifications. This is NOT an exclusive group. Please feel free to join in on the conversations! They're a unique and creative bunch of characters!

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    • pwhoever
      Wasnt sure if this could go here or if it should go in classified section. Because I'm not selling it and it's more of a PSA, I figured it could go here. I saw this on another forum and wanted to share. I have already used a Bridgestone BT-45 which wasnt bad and now have a Michelin Pilot Activ which I like better and still has life left on it. But I have seen many people rave about the Cobra Chrome Trike tire. Biggest difference is that the BT-45 and the Pilot Activ are bias ply. The Cobra Chrome Trike is a radial. When I first saw the other post, the store was listed at $76 and change which is an absolute great price. I procrastinated and now it is listed at $84.86 which is still a phenomenal price. I pulled the trigger and bought one. I will put it on the side until I'm ready for a new front. It is an Actual Cobra Chrome Trike tire which I verified after receiving. The trike one actually says Trike on the sidewall. I just wanted to let others know about this as well. Take a look here:   Cobra Chrome Trike tire
    • Monkeytrucker
      UPDATE, the 500cc with all of the race fairings on it runs great but no way an old man can fit on it.  The Ninja 250R runs great on the spray can. It has a vacuum operated fuel pump I think is messed up.  The 600cc beast, well it scared the crap out of me.  I have it on a motorcycle lift.  Could not get the fuel cap to open so I removed all of the filler neck socket head screws and fiddled with it.  There is a hidden screw under the fill cap you cannot get to unless the cap is open, so it would not come off but at least there was enough gap I could get a long this screw driver in and was able to get the lock tab pushed back.  After taking everything apart and cleaning it  the cap would now lock and unlock.  Just on a hope I put 2 quarts of fuel into the tank and had no leaks.  So I added another gallon or so and still no leaks.  OK, now lets try to see if it will start.  Choked it, hit the starter button and after a few revolutions it fired up.  Problem with the throttle cables as it will run at about 4,000 rpm and can crack the throttle open and it will rev even higher but return to 4 grand.  So three will run. They all have a good dose of Sea Foam in the fuel systems in hopes it will de-gunk the fuel systems.  Now IF we can get titles, those suckers will make some super bike rider happy and me happy to help the Captains family.    I would love to be able to ride all three of them, especially that beautiful 600 cc.  If it were only a road bike....    BTW, our VA rep is definitely military connected as he is great at hurry up and wait.  "you men go to the white pole on the parade grounds and wait for instructions". The after an hour the speaker on the pole says "You men go to the red pole and wait for instructions."  Finally after 8 hours you get to the last color available and some drill Sgt. wearing a garrison hat come up and chews every one out for standing around.  "Drop and give me 50!"     Probably will finally get told "Sorry, cannot help."
    • Wild Willy
      I bought the full windshield garnish off a recycler not realizing it needed a bracket that attached to the headlight bolts. Wanted to replace the polished aluminum one and plastic vented one with full chrome piece on my GL1500. But I am in need of the bracket or it is no good to me. Would anyone have one laying around and I learned bolts are longer and replace bolts in headlights. Part 15 https://www.hondapartshouse.com/oemparts/a/hon/506c1dd0f870023420a2f1d8/windscreen  And me being in Canada this will cost buying US. 
    • Indianawantsme
      Rain , Rain, Snow and Rain. Wing is sitting in my shed for a while now.    Not a Wing but supposedly a video of me on my 7yr old grandson's atv.   6 footer on an atv for a 3 footer doesn't work to well but i HAD TO TEST it. Got to RIDE something for a minute anyhow in between rains.          Carb had clear jelly and some crusty dried up jelly and clogged up.  Nothing in the tank other than gas.  Not sure what that was and never had anything like that in any of my equipment and toys that sit for a couple of months at a time. Little atv  always ran so lean from new when no jelly in carb.  Shimmed the carb needle to richen it and no problem now.  Main jet is way too small but would be much too dangerous to richen the top end. 3/4 - Full throttle bog if you try to open it up.    Goes too fast now and throttle stop is screwed in quite a ways and doesn't get into that lean condition on top end that way.   No one of any age needs to go that fast on this little atv.        The atv also needed a new steering shaft installed. Grandson said he ran into brush piles and that bent the plate the tie rods fasten too.   That was time consuming for such a little machine to replace that shaft.  Tao Tao 110cc Boulder model. 
    • scraper
      In kind of disappointed with this winter we have had very little no snow. And I have put off getting the front tire that has gotten a big gouge on the side wall. You can see how the cords are laid. The only thing that's holding the air in is the inner layer of rubber.    I have one pick out with the heavy rating just haven't hit buy.
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