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Today it was a record high of around 98 or so. mixed with humidity and sitting on a hot engine... Thats a little too hot for this Hillbilly!
 

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Anything over 100 (low humdity) and I start to whine...:argh:
 

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I'm a welder, so when it's hot outside I'm in 2 layers of clothing over hot steel. Anyday I'm off work is cooler than what I'm used to.
 

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100 for me!
 

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as long as there is a water hole to drive through, i have no limit.
 

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As long as there's a place to stop and park the quad under a tree and jump in some water to cool off, or a place to stop for a cold beer, let the sun try and catch me, haha...question is how cold is too cold ? I was riding in pa once and stopped at my firends house, when i left, my quad was frozen to the ground and there were actually chunks of rubber still there when i dropped the clutch a few times to break it loose...
 

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As long as there's a place to stop and park the quad under a tree and jump in some water to cool off, or a place to stop for a cold beer, let the sun try and catch me, haha...question is how cold is too cold ? I was riding in pa once and stopped at my firends house, when i left, my quad was frozen to the ground and there were actually chunks of rubber still there when i dropped the clutch a few times to break it loose...
Wow, that's cooled. I can dress for the cold though. After riding in the deep street snow this year I learned a lesson about cleaning your quad right afterwards. Street chemicals were burtal on everything.
 

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limits???? here in cali it can go from 0-120 and ive road in all of it.
 

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I can take the heat better than the cold. Anything over 90 and it just depends on who's going and where we're going. If it's a good ride with some good peeps I'll be up for it. As for the cold, I rarely go on a ride when it's below 45 or so.
 

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anything over 90 makes riding uncomfortable and no fun for me so personally if its gonna be over 90 i just stay home.
 

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Wow, that's cooled. I can dress for the cold though. After riding in the deep street snow this year I learned a lesson about cleaning your quad right afterwards. Street chemicals were burtal on everything.
if you ride when its frozen you'll be ok, just stay off the slush, that salty shit will melt your aluminum like butter man...
 

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I once rode in Sacrasmento in the early 90's and the temp was 104 . Seemed wierd being a Brit as we sweated when we stopped riding.
I was there for a week and drank gallons of Gatorade.
To go to the other side , I have been on a Jetski at -2 degrees celcius.
Trust you do not want to take a dive.
 

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The heat isn't bad. Dang humidity in the midwest that is the killer. We don't stop riding, we just ride different. Less riding and more cooler breaks.
 

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The heat isn't bad. Dang humidity in the midwest that is the killer. We don't stop riding, we just ride different. Less riding and more cooler breaks.
ride faster, i think they call it ******* air-conditioning :haha:
 
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