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    Quote Originally Posted by terham View Post
    I guess I still have time to paint mine.

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    No paint necessary...Silver is quite lovely, particularly on a piece of German made machinery.

    But I hear that there is a move afoot among owners of Pathetic Blue machines to take over the Salem rally!

    Just a rumor of course!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeabeckS View Post
    But I hear that there is a move afoot among owners of Pathetic Blue machines to take over the Salem rally!
    What the...?!

    A hit below the belt with that Pathetic Blue crack, indeed. There will be retribution meted out at an appropriate time.

    The movement, though still secret, is on for "S" owners to take over the rally. Even Pavement Grey / Schoolbus Yellow ones are included. We have recruited a couple of "RS" riders to work as a fifth column. The overall plan, or pusch as it will become known, is taking shape. With a new BMWMOA leader about to be put in place, the time will be ripe for fighting in the streets, er, popping the caps off imported beer bottles. Don't blow it. Remember, loose lips spill beer.

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    Beer from bottles?

    PERISH THE THOUGHT!
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    Even more so- why go imported, when there's all that awesome local stuff?
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    R1100S micro Salem Rally (and a few R11%0RS stragglers)

    Quote Originally Posted by bikerfish1100 View Post
    Even more so- why go imported, when there's all that awesome local stuff?
    must start list...

    http://oregonbeer.org/the-willamette-valley/
    (The Oregon Beer Trail? how come no one told me! We only have an Oregon Trail here in Kansas. I hope they connect!)

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    http://www.mcmenamins.com/291-thomps...lic-house-home
    http://raenbrew.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by BC1100S View Post
    What the...?!

    A hit below the belt with that Pathetic Blue crack, indeed. There will be retribution meted out at an appropriate time.

    The movement, though still secret, is on for "S" owners to take over the rally. Even Pavement Grey / Schoolbus Yellow ones are included. We have recruited a couple of "RS" riders to work as a fifth column. The overall plan, or pusch as it will become known, is taking shape. With a new BMWMOA leader about to be put in place, the time will be ripe for fighting in the streets, er, popping the caps off imported beer bottles. Don't blow it. Remember, loose lips spill beer.
    Well, someone made a remark about Mandarin Oranges, so I just let things devolve from there. And, if you can't take it...toughen up.

    Be careful with that putsch talk, we don't want to let it out that we're taking over!

    On the beer front, perhaps I could 'import' a few brewskis from our excellent local brewpub? Think I just might be able to smuggle some into Oregon in the sidecases!

    Cheers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeabeckS View Post

    On the beer front, perhaps I could 'import' a few brewskis from our excellent local brewpub? Think I just might be able to smuggle some into Oregon in the sidecases!

    Cheers!
    I was planning on doing the same thing. Can't carry a lot as I'll be on an extended tour but you'll be able to sample some imported stuff from Canuckland. Provided, of course, your customs guys let me across the border with them as four of 'em, drank in succession, might be termed a WMD.

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    must start list...

    I think I will start a list too. S Bike trouble makers:

    SeabeckS
    BC1100S
    k75s
    terham
    festes
    Rad
    bikerfish1100
    Nishka

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    ANDYVH - Got to sneak up to Wisconsin and ride his R100RS while he is at work.
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    Well, at least I'm at the head of the class!

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    Good luck on that Bluehole; I work from my home and my R100RS is in the front atrium of the house, AND you'd have past my two ferocious guard kitties! Their "meowrs" are worse than their rubs.

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    Serious change of plans on ANDYVH. -7?? this morning! Holy Moly that is cold! That is crazy. I will have to wait until at least May when it warms up into the 40??s.
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    Trying to bring a little class to this joint ....a pullout between Vancouver and Whistler.
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    You just never let up, do ya!!!

    OTOH, looks like some nice weather, but was that today?

    If so, I'm green with envy! We had 9 straight days of solid fog and heavy overcast down here on the Hood Canal. FINALLY saw the sun for awhile yesterday...

    Cheers!

    PS. Mandarin Oranges are still faster than Pathetic Blue S bikes.
    Bill Johnston

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeabeckS View Post

    OTOH, looks like some nice weather, but was that today?
    Uh...yeah! Sure was. Beautifully sunny and 25 degrees C - like it always is in Vancouver. Actually, the picture is from last year. We're getting similar weather to you. Got up to 9 C and sunny yesterday so I could have ridden. But I didn't. Cuz that Pacific Blue 1100S is almost too beautiful to get dirty.

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    Kinda thought that was the case!

    Never ridden the road up to Whistler (hard to carry 4 people with ski gear on an S), perhaps I need to do that next summer. Ferry from PA to Victoria, ride the Island a bit, then ferry over to the mainland for a ride up to Whistler. Then maybe Mt. Baker on the way home.

    SO many roads, so little time.


    Cheers!
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