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Old Apr 13th 2013, 12:15 PM   #31
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I would ride over to the west side and meet up with you guys for a ride something fun, I will be moving over there in June so that will make meeting up easier.
That's great! Where are you moving to?

I'm off next weekend if anyone wants to meet up somewhere. I don't know the roads real well yet. All the ones with twisties I've done are short. So, will need a veteran to show up!

Didn't go to the R unveiling last night at DucBell, but went to check it out today. They're still working on my bike. Total snafu with the sprocket change. I was told they had the new map and then get my bike up there to find out they don't have it yet. They ended up just putting it on. We'll see how it goes. With my luck I'll sound like a fire truck going down the road.
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Old Apr 13th 2013, 12:39 PM   #32
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That sucks, I am still being told they don't have the sprocket, go figure
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Old Apr 13th 2013, 02:42 PM   #33
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Also I'm moving to Bellingham in June
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Old Apr 18th 2013, 05:17 PM   #34
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If you folks don't mind a Paul Smart dragging behind, I'm off on sundays.
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Old Apr 18th 2013, 06:16 PM   #35
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If you folks don't mind a Paul Smart dragging behind, I'm off on sundays.
Are you kidding? No way. Can you imagine what that would do to my cred at Starbucks

Of course! I've been looking for someone to ride around with that's more local too. I'd like to find some decent roads. Bret from DucSea showed me some good routes, but they're around Wenatchee. It's a hike for Sunday ride. We're also trying to set up a group ride too, perhaps St. Helens.
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Starbucks !!! I know a nice bakery/coffee house in Eatonville with yummy pasties....umm pastries. Just pm me during the week for a ride on sunny Sunday's. I also ride with PNW Riders forum members now and then, always an interesting group of bikes.

I think my street cred is almost worn out. I'll be 50 next January and joining the geezer club forum.
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Old Apr 18th 2013, 07:14 PM   #37
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Old geezers are the usually the ones who show up most people on rides, lol
Count me in for a meetup I would ride over for a day ride and grab some coffee or something before the st Helene's ride
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Old Apr 18th 2013, 07:26 PM   #38
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Starbucks !!! I know a nice bakery/coffee house in Eatonville with yummy pasties....umm pastries. Just pm me during the week for a ride on sunny Sunday's. I also ride with PNW Riders forum members now and then, always an interesting group of bikes.

I think my street cred is almost worn out. I'll be 50 next January and joining the geezer club forum.
No worries on turning 50, I do that on Sunday Still can't quite rap my brain around that.

Funny, I used to rarely if ever go to Starbucks because there's better coffee. Since Schultz sold the Sonics to that assclown from OK, I've self-banned them But, I think the stereotype is hilarious.

Sounds good, we'll get together then. I haven't seen PNW riders, but will check it out...
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Old Apr 18th 2013, 07:28 PM   #39
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Old geezers are the usually the ones who show up most people on rides, lol
Count me in for a meetup I would ride over for a day ride and grab some coffee or something before the st Helene's ride
So what's your schedule like? Let's get something going. We should figure out a route that's half way perhaps.
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Old Apr 18th 2013, 07:32 PM   #40
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I work this weekend and a few days next week, I'll be over there next weekend getting the bike prepped for the duc bell track day
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