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springer 01-05-2009 10:08 PM

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Does a 30-year-old Yamaha Triple qualify for your little club? I've never been to a rally (always thought they were just for Hog owners) but it would be kinda cool.
dont matter what you ride. We have a mixed group that goes to Laconia every year. I have done some brewing

BierMuncher 01-05-2009 10:20 PM

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...No true biker will ever short you for your ride, cus at least your ridin.
Had the week off last week and put on 600 miles. Most days it was in the 20's or 30's.

I rode it to work today. 14 degrees.

If the road is dry...the kickstand is up baby.
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And yes...I also brew some.

Medo 01-06-2009 09:38 PM

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Ahoy hoy,
This is Old Number Seven.
When Hondas were the norm in the 70s, I rode a 57 Panhead. Now Harleys are as common as chevy 350 2bbl small blocks, so I found something else outside the box.....For the uniformed, this is a Royal Enfield Bullet 65. Only bike I ever had that caused good looking women to approach me to comment on the beauty of my ride A real mans bike. If your not mechanically inclined, dont bother with an enfield. Drum brakes, points, generator. I had to import the American made solo seat from England! This one has been modded to death by me to return it to its 50s spendor. Touring around the interior of Alaska is a hoot on this baby!
The gaudy japan style turn signals were the first to go....
A great day to you all!
Let those who ride, decide!
Death, before Disco!


Medo 01-06-2009 09:39 PM

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Oh, one more view I found....


golfnmotorcycles 01-07-2009 09:43 PM

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Interesting thread. Got a ton of room on the bike but not enough to haul it to a ride in brew party


Doog_Si_Reeb 01-07-2009 11:09 PM

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I heard a lot of bikers who stick to harley style "Chopper" bikes hate crotch rockets.

Is this true?

I think they just hate them because they know that a high-displacement racing bike would likely smoke one of their hogs very easily.
My wife and I both have Harleys. I love Harleys and hope to have one my whole life. I also like crotch rockets. The guys that I mostly ride with are on sport and sport/touring bikes. One is a Honda and the other is a Triumph. Those are damn fine bikes and I have no doubt they can smoke me on those things, but we don't ride to race, we just ride for the sake of riding.

I also have a Kawasaki KX500 and a Honda CR250 dirt bike in the stable so that might make me a little outside the norm of Harley riders.

I love riding and I love beer (at the end of the ride). I've been known to brew a few and would be interested in a get together, although I'd be a little more likely to make it if it were west of the Mississippi. Here's me and the wife near Silverton, CO a couple years ago. Mine's on the right.

conpewter 01-08-2009 02:35 PM

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I'd love to go to a bike rally sometime and meet folks from HBT and enjoy some good brew at the end of the day.

Bike needs a lot of work though, just got it started again a week ago, I was in an accident in may '07 and the bike has sat since then. I need to get the proper parts ordered and get it back together before summer.

1980 KZ750 (Yes it is one year older than me) (Pictured in February)



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