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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.

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    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.

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    3. General Goldwing (and other Motorcycles) Discussion Forum

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

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    4. Non-Motorcycle Miscellaneous Topic Discussion Forum

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

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    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.

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    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.

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    7. Classified Adverts

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

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    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.

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    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.

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    3. Trailer & Camper Trailer Questions, Discussions & Builds

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

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    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.

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    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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  4. Community Service & Support

    1. Important Forum Rules - Please Read

      This is the place where you can read and comment on our initial attempt at establishing some basic ground rules for the community. None of this is written in stone and modifications will be made based on our observations and the discussions in this forum.

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    2. Things We're Working On or Recently Completed!

      Here you will find some of the things that we may be working on to bring you a better community experience! This particular section is locked down so that we can keep a running record. If you have suggestions you can submit them using the "Beneficial Suggestions" link from the top line menu. Thank you for the continued support!

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    3. General Support Requests

      Please post your general support items here along with any issues you are experiencing with the utilization of our forum software.

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    4. This is JUST a Test Forum

      You can do your testing here, please be aware that this forum will be purged on a regular basis.

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    • Mountain Rider
      Part of the issue is I'm running with a lowering kit on her which dropped the bike about 3/4".  I love the way it rides, handling, and the fact that I can now stop and start with both feet flat on the ground, is wonderful.  In that condition, the pegs being a little closer to the ground, I found the front outer edge of my boot sole was catching the pavement a bit more than even I was comfortable with.  The upside with the boards, is they set just a little higher, and my boots rest above them, so no dragging the boots or catching them between the shifter and the ground.  It's a catch 22 as I did like the feel and positioning of my feet with the pegs, and shifting was a tad smoother, but potentially catching my foot between the ground and the shifter is not something I want to have happen.  I'm good for now, as I was fine with the boards and heel/toe before, but you know how we are, there's always something better we haven't found just yet. 
    • yooperfan
      Try running a higher PSI in the suspension to raise the wing a little.  That might give you a bit more clearance.
    • Monkeytrucker
      Our 4+ inches of snow went from snow directly to mud.  Even the antique Honda ES-250 is leaving tracks.  We set some new low temps by as much as 5 degrees.  The weather prognosticators are predicting a more snow and lower temps winter.    Something we have not seen this late in the year for a while.  Crops still in the fields.  This snow and now mud will put some farmers still trying to get into their fields at Thanksgiving.  Years ago if they could not get their corn harvested before the stalks collapsed they would simply turn their cattle into the fields and let them fatten up.  Cannot do that now as the only fences you see are along the interstates or dog fences in peoples yards. 
    • Indianawantsme
      45F cloudy and loose rock on some roads today since we had 2inches of snow the other day.  Still some in yards yet.   New Frogg Toggs jacket for over the top of my heated jacket so i didn't need much of an excuse to ride to try it out.  Went to a bank 15 miles away to cash a check.  Only bike out except for one scooter plugging along.   Heated seat is the trick to keep warm. Adds that final warm and fuzzy feeling.  Stopped at my son's to drop some pants off that shrunk.    And drove a few more miles for the heck of it. Went down to 43F by then.   Had installed a digital voltmeter last week so i watched it a little.  Not sure green will show up that well when it is sunny but reviews said it is supposed to. 
    • Indianawantsme
      I just read this and almost a loss for words, which i am never, if you know me. Can't believe it.Rowena is sleeping now so i will break the news to her in the morning.Rowena and I were just at their house Sunday evening Oct.13 and spent the night and they drove us around in their truck on Monday sightseeing the Canadian side and we left Tuesday morning.THANK YOU very much for being such good hosts for us Hoosiers. So glad we got to know you better than just meeting at Nassir's. We really enjoyed the time we had with you one on one.So sorry for your loss Anita.
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