|08-30-2012, 01:18 PM||#21|
Joined: May 2012
From: Ridgefield WA
The trailer I have is like 10ft with walls and has a cover if need be.
Problem is that - when people drink, they will just ride home anyways because their judgement is impaired.
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|08-30-2012, 01:54 PM||#23|
Joined: Jul 2008
From: Issaquah, WA
I Ride: '09 Honda CBR1000RR, '95 BMW R1100GS, '98 KTM EXC 380SM
One question - Can I ride on my motorcycle while it's in your trailer on the way home? I will wear my helmet and only make engine sounds with my mouth.
|08-30-2012, 08:00 PM||#25|
Joined: Jul 2009
I Ride: Harley FLHTCU
That is very cool of you.
Years ago, I made a mistake of having a few, then a few more and before I Knew it, I was in no shape to ride home. So I asked the bar owner if I could stick my bike in the out building and took a bus home.
Good thing too, because I passed right through a IUD checkpoint, of course they waved the bus right through it.
The next day, I had a hell of a hang over, and the Trimet yard was not happy I borrowed the bus and all......
That and it took me three day to figure what bar I had left my bike at......