Any folks want to tag along to BYOB ?

Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by RogueMonkey, May 10, 2005.

  1. SkylineKeith

    SkylineKeith Motorcycle Junkie

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    The roads are all so good and this event is so close, you will not have to be too inventive. :thumb I think we could have a great ride out to BYOBIII.:ricky
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  2. RogueMonkey

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    :clap Sweet. You fellas let me know what your plans are, we can work something out. I can't wait !!! :ricky
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  3. Barry

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    Sounds like a plan. I'll coordinate with Keith, and we'll post up the where/when in this forum. Mmm K?

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  4. RogueMonkey

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    OK. Im all :ear . It's getting closer :freaky
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  5. 2ndSPACE

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    I'm in for whatever you got planned. I can meet at Keith's easy enough.
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  6. SkylineKeith

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    I have studied the maps and have come up with at least half a dozen good routes out...Rt28 down looks the most interesting but I can get us to Rt28 several different ways (Rt55 or my back way over to Lost City). Also Rt 33 or Rt 250 out to Rt28 are fun and open up other cool routes down. Depends on the mood of the group at departure time and the various bikes capabilities. It's gonna be a sweet weekend of riding with tons of possibilities.:thumb
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  7. freaking RT

    freaking RT will golf for food

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    I'll be two up headed that way the same time. I was thinking about the southern route going through Goshen.

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  8. 2ndSPACE

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    Tiger for me. last time I rode with you it blew up a week later.:lol3
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  9. SkylineKeith

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    :lol3 When I read that your tiger blew, I wondered if laying on it's side had anything to do with it...but you would think adventure type bikes are expected to be taking a nap on occassion. :dunno

    I'm thinking that fully loaded bikes should stay on the tarmac. I do have a forest service road over into Lost City (via woodstock tower rd from my place) but Rt 55 or Rt 33 would be most fun. I've got plenty of maps for folks to look over. You have your GPS too so we should be able to find cool roads or find our way to Boyer Station. Rt55 to Rt28 is my vote at this time though.
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  10. Jack90210

    Jack90210 quia ego nominor leo

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    That's a great route. 60 off the BRP into Buena Vista (pronounced "BYOO-nah VISS-tah" if you're not from the area) is pretty clean these days ... yum ...
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  11. Jack90210

    Jack90210 quia ego nominor leo

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    I can't leave Charlottesville until Friday PM for sure. :cry

    We're opening a 3rd store ... my life may never be the same ... :fall
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  12. Omi

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    I am in for Friday am. Keith, let me know what time you plan on leaving and I will be there.
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  13. 2ndSPACE

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    There have been a few other reports that I have read of the first 885 and 955 engines had a problem when dropped on their left side. My Sprint has the 955 version and was dropped on the left and hydro locked. It is still running. The Tiger had problems.
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  14. SkylineKeith

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    Will do. I will probably start a new thread in the next day or two to ask folks that want to ride down to BYOB from the Northern Virginia area.
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