It's impossible to say without doing an inspection. Offhand, given the quick restart and good running, I'd say you are most probably good to go. What options do you have beside just riding it and seeing what happens?
Agreed. I doubt you did any serious damage.Offhand, given the quick restart and good running, I'd say you are most probably good to go.
You think it was ice? It seems like a long shot since was colder tonight than it was when I went to crank it the last time and the coolant seemed very liquidy tonight. And it's not like it started overheating from the start...?
So with the winter being as bitterly cold as it has been for the last few weeks, the one day it broke 40 degrees
if it was bitterly cold as you say, I don't know what that means to you, but if it was bitterly cold as I think of bitterly cold, and not protected, the coolant might take more than a day to thaw, even if it was just slushy, your waterpump wouldn't be circulating the coolant properlywhen I get back out to the bike the temp light is flashing and the coolant is bubbling. ....