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While I was collecting some Indiana points for my various scavenger hunt groups, this happened.

My Wind dancer is 14 months old and finally broken in. Now I can really do some travelling........
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100.000 mls in a bit more than one year - sleep/eat/drink/live and love on the bike ?

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100,000 miles in 14 months? That is mind boggling, that's circling the entire planet 4 times. Congratulations!
 
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None. Some electrical though. Gear selector sensor and front wheel speed sensor replaced.
 
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WOW! Gotta be retired. I can only dream of having enough time or the right weather to ride like that! I live in the northeast Ohio snow belt and have this pesky thing called a job that I have to go to every day because of these annoying things called bills! LOL!!
Great job! I hope you get another 100,000 out of her trouble free!
 

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So you’re saying you drive 230 miles a day, 7 days a week? Really...
No. I didnt say that. I said I put 100000 miles on my bike since i bought it. Some days i didnt ride. Some days i rode 850 plus or minus. It does average out.
Want to put up some money?
 

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So you’re saying you drive 230 miles a day, 7 days a week? Really...
Today was a Tour of Honor ride into michigan. 444 miles. I also log the vast majority of miles on Rever. Can be verified.
 

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Congrats, that's pretty awesome, I hope you got the 6 year Polaris extended warranty... at that rate, you will take them for all it's worth.....LOL
 

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Good deal. I surmise from reading the forum I’ll need to replace mine at some point too. What oil Have you been running?
Some Indian oil kits, some mobile 1, mostly Amsoil 24/40 for Indians
 
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Great job, congratulations and stay safe! This bodes well for Indian. It seems a number of folks are really racking up the miles! You are most fortunate to have the time and funds to do this!
 
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