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Just thought I would introduce myself, I'm Chuck 23 from Alaska. Cars have always been a hobby of mine, I have a '99 Eclipse GSX with around 400 awhp (est.) and have wanted a bike for years now and the time has finally come. Been riding dirt bikes off and on for quite a few years now and lately been riding a 1981 Honda CB750 Custom. Did the MSF course up here as well. Been looking for an R6 for a couple weeks and finally found one and assuming everything goes good this bike should be mine. Just have to put money in my friends account tomorrow when the bank opens since he is down there on vacation and has been dealing with them and taking care of everything for me. Been reading a lot of threads on here and loving the site.

2004 R6 with 2200 miles on it for $4900
 

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Welcome and good luck getting your bike, You will learn alot on this forum so visit frequently!
 

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awesome bike man, welcome to the forums.
 

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Welcome! I also applaud your persistence since you live in Alaska! I'm not even sure how i survive the winters with my bike in storage, i'd probably die if i lived in Alaska!

Nice pick though...i love silver bikes
 

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nice bike!!!! welcome to the forum!!!!! yeah rding must be tuff up there and that whole weeks of night or what ever would suck.

congrats on the sweet bike!!!!!
 

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nice bike!!!! welcome to the forum!!!!! yeah rding must be tuff up there and that whole weeks of night or what ever would suck.

congrats on the sweet bike!!!!!
Thanks! It sucks because I'll only get to ride a few months during the summer. But summers up here are amazing where I'm at (when its not raining). Suns coming up when I go to bed and still bright out when I go to bed. :YEA

"The period around the longest day, June 21, gives you a taste of the midnight sun. There are 18 hours and 18 minutes of daylight. While the sun briefly dips below the horizon, its glow illuminates the sky until it reappears a few hours later. This makes for long, beautiful evenings with plenty of light."
 

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Thanks! It sucks because I'll only get to ride a few months during the summer. But summers up here are amazing where I'm at (when its not raining). Suns coming up when I go to bed and still bright out when I go to bed. :YEA

"The period around the longest day, June 21, gives you a taste of the midnight sun. There are 18 hours and 18 minutes of daylight. While the sun briefly dips below the horizon, its glow illuminates the sky until it reappears a few hours later. This makes for long, beautiful evenings with plenty of light."
now that sounds freaking awsome, i didn't think about that part.
 

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welcome to the forum:YEA--where all your dreams come true.
except, of course, any dreams you have had or ever will have.:lmao
 
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