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    Florida Bike Storage

    Hi Guys, I'am looking for help in finding somewhere in central Florida to store my bike. I've kept a bike there for the last ten years and ridden it every year covering nearly every state. However the lovely people who have allowed me to keep it in their garage now need the space, so I have to go! If you know of anywhere I could store it or anyone who could look after it and ride it now and again, please get in touch.

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    You may wanna reconsider this in light of the onset of the hurricanes!!!

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    keep safe out there mate

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    Have you a snorkel?

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    If it is in an underground garage, get someone to get it out quick, hope you are OK out there.

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    Thanks for your concern, we'er just hopping for the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyalfa View Post
    Thanks for your concern, we'er just hopping for the best.
    Will that stop you getting wet ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyalfa View Post
    Thanks for your concern, we'er just hopping for the best.
    Quote Originally Posted by Arsey View Post
    Will that stop you getting wet ?
    One leg, anyway.

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    I'd suggest a US forum, Adventure Bike Rider, or similar.

    PS The ravages of tropical storms seems to have blown you into 'Rider training', about as close to Florida biker friendly lock-ups as sausages are to kittens.

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    Hi, thanks for that I have left messages on US forums, fingers crossed.
    As to Rider Training, I'am not sure what I did to get there..

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