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Thread: Our first tour - North Conway NH, and our 10th anniversary!

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    Shameless Plug Dept.

    If like riding the area....

    Well why not share it with a bunch of friends?

    We can make it happen here.

    Guided rides, self guided rides, group rides, individual rides, breakfast, lunch or dinner rides, dual sport rides, or just down to the adult beverage store rides; just show up and ask we can make it happen.

    Some even do the away from me rides, but that don't bother me anymore

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBQer View Post
    If like riding the area....

    Well why not share it with a bunch of friends?

    We can make it happen here.

    Guided rides, self guided rides, group rides, individual rides, breakfast, lunch or dinner rides, dual sport rides, or just down to the adult beverage store rides; just show up and ask we can make it happen.

    Some even do the away from me rides, but that don't bother me anymore

    hey kurt

    hope to make it to some sort of event up you way this year, hahaha

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    Oh That Weekend......

    There's a conflict I have... Well..... I have it sort of. But not sure.

    Question Kurt,
    How does one register for this site in january 2006 but only have 4 posts???? Just curious is all
    Nik #140220 - '88 K75C | '96 R1100RS | '77 R100RS | '06 DL650
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    Helmets don't save lives but loud pipes do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xp8103 View Post
    My humble apologies Gail
    We both have "Been there done that". No need for a repeat.
    I'm hoping to get my hands on a K as a second ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mongo View Post
    We both have "Been there done that". No need for a repeat.
    I'm hoping to get my hands on a K as a second ride.
    No sense screwing up a good thing!!

    --- I'm kidding honey.... KIDDING! Really!
    Nik #140220 - '88 K75C | '96 R1100RS | '77 R100RS | '06 DL650
    '01 525iT (oOO=00=OOo)

    Helmets don't save lives but loud pipes do?

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    Glad to see it

    Nik:
    Thanks for the pictures. I live in Bethel, and while I like to see vehicular traffic kept to a minimum, that does not apply to mc's especially Beemers. Your ride travelled through some truly beautiful places that I'm proud to call my backyard. You did the area proud.

    Just in passing the wife and I 2 uped on our R1100RT to Hallowell and back last week. Same route, 219 to 133 etc.

    John

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    Hi John!

    Thanks for the kind comments. You know, you guys trekking to Hallowell has the makings of some sort of Beemer meeting........

    Something to think about.
    Nik #140220 - '88 K75C | '96 R1100RS | '77 R100RS | '06 DL650
    '01 525iT (oOO=00=OOo)

    Helmets don't save lives but loud pipes do?

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    Question Kurt,
    How does one register for this site in january 2006 but only have 4 posts???? Just curious is all
    Readers Digest answer: I guess I didn't have a lot to say.
    Unabridged answer: over campfire and cocktails.

    Actually I am envious, I know the riding in the western mts. is great, it looks like you guys had a great time despite a little rain.
    Being able to share your passion with your SO is pure bonus.

    If you ever get a chance to finagle an invite up to Andover to Dave Percival's jump at the chance, One of the most amazing collection of pre 80's beemers around.

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