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O.K. Now i've gotta know why in the world would ya wanna cook ON a Harley ? I mean there's much better ways.....
Ya think? I was curious an went out an done sum expermintin, my damn skillet kept slidin off from the vibration.......

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Ya think? I was curious an went out an done sum expermintin, my damn skillet kept slidin off from the vibration.......
.. Gunna hafta get a Softail fer cookin.....Gotta love them "B" motors......

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My bike dose not go on a trailer so when you are on a long ride u got hot food you can keep your egg sandwich warm

RIDE IT LIKE A MOTORCYCLE
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O.K. Now i've gotta know why in the world would ya wanna cook ON a Harley ? I mean there's much better ways.....
Mostly because it can be done.

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I made my own version of a "penny stove" and keep it with a bottle of HEAT fuel additive in my bags. If I'm in the middle of no where and want a canteen cup of hot chocolate or coffee and even soup I can.

If I want to roast that flocking deer I ran over I've probably simply build a fire. Otherwise I'd find a cafe' open somewhere when I get hungry.

A lot of the fun in riding off the beaten path is finding those little small town "dives" to eat in.
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