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Discussion in 'Tejas and the Gulf States' started by Elvis70, Mar 27, 2009.
I buy most of my BMW parts there, I mean I literally spend TENS of dollars there yearly.
We have been putting a little history video together with some old photos, check this, 1987 John Fogerty did a show in Barn Hill arena.
Say hi to my neighbor while you are up there.
Passed a good sized group of dual sporters close to Washington Regional Medical Center on my way to dialysis at about noon today. I hope they were not leaving the ER do to any incidents.
I bought a helmet there once, four years ago. Also ate a free hot dog there once.
Actually out the door price was $12 cheaper than Revzilla and supported a local business.
I just found out my campsite is about 4 minutes from Twisted Throttles Factory Outlet store. I don't have a bike to buy anything for.
Feel free to pick me up the dry spec 66 system
Xmas is just around the corner you know
Oh, tell them my bike says hello too
Might wanna get a few stators just in case..... just sayin.
Revzilla does not have great prices. Just sayin............
They were the cheapest/as cheap of the online sites I trust. It is a new release so probably makes a difference on discounts. If I was smart enough to wait a while might have got it a little cheaper, but what fun is waiting......
Money is no object to us BMW kingpins anyway..
All I know is, they have never been close to RMATV's prices. Pretty much no one has though, hence the reason I buy so much stuff from them. I'm a "money is very much an object" Honduh rider ya know.
Without a doubt they are the first place to check! But they were the same price as Revzilla on this one but didn't have any in stock.
I remember that... was at some bar or other with friends, this little short dude comes in and sits next to us. Gee, that guy looks just like John Fogerty. Holy shit, it is Fogerty! He was in town for that concert.
Chatted for a bit, pretty cool dude.
Looks like I’m out. Tuesday busy for me. Oh, well, welcome to AR anyway!!
Speaking of non-local local businesses, anyone been to the cycle gear yet?
Bought a cheap street helmet for a friend there during BB&BBQ. They are the Harbor Freight of motorcycle stuff.
I've bought some stuff over at Kross Kountry. Tracy's prices are usually pretty competitive with online stuff. But you do have to pay sales tax. So that's another 10% bump you have to figure in. I'm curious to see if Cycle Gear hurts his business much. Hate to see him have to close up shop.
Trying to figure food and beer. Are any of you going to swing by on Tuesday? I will have at least three (maybe five) riders from AK showing up.
I have to work late Tuesday night so im out AKmud.