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Discussion in 'Northeast - Greater Flugistan and home of the carp' started by PWRCRZR, Jan 18, 2013.
Sounds very scientific!
I am officially in. PWRCRCR has the sticker design for printing. Now to start planning routes.
Edited to add: Thank you to those who helped me out with photos.
Thanks Beez..glad your in
Nice work, Brad!
Friend of kdennan , live about an hour south of Jamaica State park.
Always looking for some new dirt roads and a little camping out !
Always good to meet new Victims... er... I mean friends!
Shit, we are checking credentials now...
I'm out (it's enough to have an accent, I don't need to explain my reasons for being there).
Wait, I can't be out... my silhouette is on the the stickers. I guess you are stuck with me (or is it me stuck on your bikes?)
Henry's Profile???? I'm out!
...and Bob's yer uncle.
BTW, who is Henry?
I think I met him once or twice, real pain in the ass kinda guy. Boy, am I happy he is out! Now we can get some riding done instead of just yapping around the campfire.
I'm new. New to adventure bikes anyway. Dangerboy is my good buddy and is a new adventurer as well. I reached out to Henry and Gonenative (he lives very close) because I'm psyched to learn more cool back roads and meet cool people into the same thing. DB and I have been riding mt. bikes and woodsbikes together for a long time. We got wives. We got kids and now we got the adv bug. This site is awesome. I have learned allot about my new bike (BMW 650 Sertao) and gear and rides in the northeast and now hopefully I'll meet new friends.
Welcome to the asylum! You'll meet some great people and find some good rides.
Too bad about meeting Henry, though...Don't hold that against us....
We haven't actually met, we just PMed, so he is safe (for now). Bill, did you get the skid plate yet? I want to take you to the woods this year.
Careful Bill :eek1 I don't know if it is safe to go in the woods alone with Henry
Just nice to get a feel of who is who...always interesting talking on line with folks and then meeting them in person..Most people are never what you picture or imagine.