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Summer Cruising

Mr.BillMr.Bill Posts: 10Member
Without even trying on Friday afernoon I met a contactor, rep, and wholesaler who ride.

Let's hear from the riders.

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  • Mr.BillMr.Bill Posts: 10Member
    How many

    Who in the plumbing and heating industy (contractor,wholesaler, rep , designer, manufacturer)rides a motorcyle. I'm exploring the option of creating a loosely structured Industry Riders Association.

    Let me know if you own a bike and would bee interested.
  • Mr.BillMr.Bill Posts: 10Member
    By the way

    I just got back into biking after almost 40 years and ride a Kawasaki 800 "Vulcan"
  • hrhr Posts: 6,106Member
    I ride!

    I try to ride to the RPA summer retreat every year, for my long distance trip. My current scooter is a 900 Triumph Tiger.

    Here is a picture of my first "ride", taken in 1961! Built with sched 40 steel pipe and a 2-1/2 hp Briggs engine.

    hot rod

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  • jim sokolovicjim sokolovic Posts: 439Member
    Did you notice...

    the "hit and run" victim behind you (your own sister!)?????
  • ScottMPScottMP Posts: 5,884Member
  • DanHolohanDanHolohan Posts: 14,725Member, Moderator, Administrator
    I think that's Ellen.

    That's the day she fell in love.
    Retired and loving it.
  • Jason_15Jason_15 Posts: 124Member
    Ride

    I'm a pipefitter at a chemical plant in southern Wisconsin, I ride a 2002 Harley-Davison XL1200c. Prior to this I had a Honda Shadow 1100, and an old Honda Goldwing 1100. I like the Hondas, but since H-D is a Wisconsin company, local loyalty won me over. I like ALL bikes. Perhaps a BMW someday??????
  • Ray LandryRay Landry Posts: 203Member


    I'm a plumber and I ride a 2003 Buell firebolt xb9r... lemme know if you end up making a club. [email protected]
  • bob_44bob_44 Posts: 112Member
    BAD Motor Scooter

    1955,3/4 H.P. B&S, 1/2" gal strait pipe, ford valve springs under the seat for suspension,belt drive with centrifugal clutch to jack shaft, bicycle chain to rear wheel, I cut all the angle iron out of an old wind mill on my uncle's farm. Cost me $15.00 to get it welded. I still have a Bultaco sherpa-t and an alpina. bob
  • don_144don_144 Posts: 27Member
    Surpise

    not to see a flatpate hx under the seat and water line wrap around the exhaust,for them cold winter rides.

  • Dave Yates (PAH)Dave Yates (PAH) Posts: 2,162Member
    My first ride

    was a 1957 panhead hardtail Harley - my cousin's ride. We were out late and he knew I loved that bike. He stopped in a mall parking lot, got off and said she was mine to ride! I'd never driven a bike, so I declined. He said we weren't moving till I took er for a spin. I did & rode circles for the best part of an hour! Hog fever was born(G).

    Eventually, I found a 1974 "74" Super Glide that was in my price range and that became my ride. My first and only bike! Then, in 79, I went into business for myself. Single-horse shop & it struck me - you wreck & get hurt, you don't eat or pay the bills. I quit riding & sold her two years later - for more than I'd paid.

    Every time I hear that low rumble of a Harley, I get a twinge of fever(G).

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  • Andrew Hagen (ALH)Andrew Hagen (ALH) Posts: 165Member
    Interesting Bike

    A friend of the family built this. It has a 3-53 Detroit Diesel engine along with various parts from various vehicles...and 9.00x20 truck tires.

    No doubt he could just about pull a camper with this thing.

    And all before anyone heard of Monster Garage.

    -Andrew
  • LeoLeo Posts: 767Member


    I ride a Sportster. Before coming back to Mass from Oilstock we went to York to tour the Harley plant.

    Leo
  • G Averill_2G Averill_2 Posts: 44Member
    Motorcycles

    I currently ride a HD FXDL low rider, which replaced my old favorite FXE Super Glide. The Super Glide replaced an few years earlier iron head sportster 1000. The iron head was a great joy to ride, but the kick starter (only) dry clutch and AMF quality oil leaks took its toll on me.
    I have had a few metric bikes as well, a Suzuki GT750 water cooled triple - smooth, and a RM400 motorcross - my only off road bike.Nothing better than a calm morning on a midwestern backroad on the bike.
  • WeezboWeezbo Posts: 6,232Member
    I have to stay off them ...me and the macadam arent good

    friends...i like the 250 triumph trumpet trident the 1000 sporty and the old indians ...Peace :)
  • Eugene SilbersteinEugene Silberstein Posts: 1,380Member
    Motorcycle from Wetstock?

    Hot Rod, that looks like the motorcycle from Wetstock!
  • Mr.BillMr.Bill Posts: 10Member
    Who is riding this weekend.

    Canadian long weekend, US long weekend. Who is riding? What? Where?
  • Dale HeathDale Heath Posts: 4Member
    Before more rain

    I'll be out on Friday before more flooding rain hits the Alberta Province. Calgary broke rainfall record from 1927 and it has been a difficult month to ride. Thought I would share a few photos of a trip that Mr. Bill, Buck Heath w/ Padcar Mechanical, some friends and I took last Saturday. Questionable weather, 360 miles later and good times had by all. Anybody else hit'n the roads over the long weekend?
  • Dale HeathDale Heath Posts: 4Member


    I am a newbie to bike riding. Took a big leap - stepped right into a large touring bike. I ride a 1985 Yamaha XVZ12 Venture. Took the lessons, taking care and so far a fair weather rider.
  • eric_2eric_2 Posts: 148Member
    Hittin' the road

    I'll be hittin' the road on my 2002 Roadstar 1600. Nice comfortable ride that I spoiled myself with 3 yaers ago. Been riding since I was 7. On the road since 17. Best feeling in the world. Always up for a good group ride.
  • Dave_71Dave_71 Posts: 1Member


    Life is short - get out and enjoy it - one word to ease your mind - AFLAC!!!
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