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    Let's see who knows what this is. Kbasa
    A Krauser MKM. Last one I saw was in Melbourne in 2002, at a BMW shop in the NE part of the city, and it was FOR SALE.

    Woulda', shoulda' coulda'.

    Did you get to ride it Dave? Great people shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rinty
    A Krauser MKM. Last one I saw was in Melbourne in 2002, at a BMW shop in the NE part of the city, and it was FOR SALE.

    Woulda', shoulda' coulda'.

    Did you get to ride it Dave? Great people shots.

    Rinty
    Rinty, I think it's Coulda Shoulda Woulda and yes you Shoulda.

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    Story of my life.... I think they wanted about (A) $8,000 for it. But I'm down to one nice oiler RS, now that the airhead has been placed in a good home.

    And I'll need lots of time to help look after the 2 cats were getting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rinty
    A Krauser MKM. Last one I saw was in Melbourne in 2002, at a BMW shop in the NE part of the city, and it was FOR SALE.

    Woulda', shoulda' coulda'.

    Did you get to ride it Dave? Great people shots.

    Rinty
    Thanks for the kind words!

    Correct you are on the MKM. Didn't get to ride it, but did see it with it's bodywork off. He's got two sets, one with a single seat and one that's "biposto".

    I first saw them in Cycle a bunch of years ago and it was way, way beyond anything I could even consider back then.




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    Smile My trip/pics

    One week before departure:


    Lunch stop



    Setting up


    The lake


    Going to Montreal for lunch (Thanks RedRider, StatDawg!)



    Leaving (it) the way we arrived


    The RT version of the GS ride


    Just one more Vermont road. Wonder where it goes?

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    My Favorite Bike O' the Rally

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    voni's not going to like that observation


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    Thumbs up My 2 cents!

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    Photos from the National Rally

    A few more photos of the National Rally Some are Voni's and some are mine. Thanks Voni

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    Food shot!!!!



    Can you name the cooks?

    The rest of the unedited photos are at http://www.bradfordbenn.com/images/Vermont06/index.html
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    Very nice, Paul and Brad. I got a chance to see what I missed while making signs (with the giant new HP printer) in the back of the expo building and/or exploring beautiful VT roads.

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    Thumbs up The Signs

    Forgot to mention the signs since they are too easily taken for granted.

    The signs were of high quality and were most welcome finding your way around. Your work was most appreciated.

    NYC is not that far away from Vermont or Northern New York. Come up and smell the flowers anytime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAULBACH
    Forgot to mention the signs since they are too easily taken for granted.

    The signs were of high quality and were most welcome finding your way around. Your work was most appreciated.

    NYC is not that far away from Vermont or Northern New York. Come up and smell the flowers anytime.
    Thank you, Paul. Greg Eischeid was the signs chair and should be commended for a great job communicating and taking orders from all the other departments and mounting and hanging the signs, too. I designed over 65 signs for Greg and all the folks who needed them (half of which I'd designed from my offices in the month prior to the event), however we were learning to use the HP on the fly and it was a daunting task trying to get everything out for the first day (Thursday; which saw me sitting in front of 2 laptops for 8+hours). I rolled in Wednesday and sat right down, in my gear, and just started cranking.

    Will definitely PM you about coming up to Ballston Spa and the Saratoga region (my Brother in Law works in the Thoroughbred industry and is up there for the next month!)!

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    Triumph with sidecar, at last

    As promised:
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