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Posted 2/20/2011 9:34 AM (#56262)
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anyone near griswold ct or central western ri

if i get car back on bike will be out riding soon weather willbe getting better soon
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newenglandjim
Posted 4/22/2011 11:12 PM (#57470 - in reply to #56262)
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Hi Clem, I'm in northern RI. I'm researching getting a sidecar rig now. I got hit by an suv in October of 09 and lost my left leg above the knee. I think a sidehack would workout pretty well.
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Posted 4/23/2011 12:29 PM (#57476 - in reply to #56262)
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Hi James
welcome to a great forum
i only been on this sit for about 6 mth myself
i learned a lot here
lots of imformation and lots of help from lots of people
i life about 15 miles from rt 3 coming down 165 and 138
outside of jewett city
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newenglandjim
Posted 4/24/2011 7:20 PM (#57509 - in reply to #57476)
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Hi Clem, you must be past Arcadia heading toward preston trading post. I used to ride out that way all the time. I have a buddy who lives in sterling on rt47 who sells leather goods.
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Posted 6/6/2011 10:16 PM (#58300 - in reply to #56262)
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I am new to rigs and live in Eastern CT in Windham County.  I grew up in New London County and often ride there.  I would be interested riding around, but since I am new to rigs, I stay off of the limited access highways [I-395] (at least until I gain more experience with sidecars).  I have over 25 years experience on two wheels and had done plenty of long distance trips that way.
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newenglandjim
Posted 6/7/2011 12:52 AM (#58303 - in reply to #58300)
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I am new to rigs and live in Eastern CT in Windham County.  I grew up in New London County and often ride there.  I would be interested riding around, but since I am new to rigs, I stay off of the limited access highways [I-395] (at least until I gain more experience with sidecars).  I have over 25 years experience on two wheels and had done plenty of long distance trips that way.
Hi Count, I used to ride in windam county from time to time. I have a couple of friends who live in chaplin off rt 98. I'm building my first sidecar rig now and hope to have it done and on the road by mid July the latest. Maybe you,me and Clem can do some riding by mid summer.
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Posted 9/8/2011 10:26 AM (#60250 - in reply to #56262)
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Walt i don't know how i miss your reply but i did

i live in griswold just outside of jewett city

if you want to take a ride up or meet for a ride give me a call or reply here

 



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col faulkner
Posted 4/26/2012 3:12 PM (#64485 - in reply to #56262)
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FWIW, I just got a Ural Patrol T and live north of Woonsocket, RI. This is my first side car rig.
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Posted 4/26/2012 7:31 PM (#64488 - in reply to #56262)
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Jerry  rwenglandjim lives in your part of R I

He checks in often if you don't hear from send him a PM

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Posted 4/27/2012 1:48 AM (#64492 - in reply to #56262)
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I live in Smithfield and take my rig to work in Franklin Quite often. I'll be out riding tomorrow before work. Hi Clem, how ya been ? I was at the bean a couple of weeks ago, the riding out that way is still great.
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Posted 4/27/2012 9:23 AM (#64494 - in reply to #56262)
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Perfect. If you draw a line from one point to the other on a map, I'm right in the middle-Blackstone.
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Posted 4/27/2012 12:29 PM (#64496 - in reply to #56262)
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Wow, we should make it a point to meet up at the dunkin donuts in slatersville on rt102. We could do a Sunday morning ride some time. I saw a guy on a black patrol a few weeks back on rt16 in whitinville, he was riding with a guy on a sport bike. Was that you ? I was in my truck with the mrs. There is another guy I met in north scituate with an orange and white ural. I keep wanting to do some riding with clem too but we haven't gotten a chance to yet. life gets busy around my house so I have to ride when I can.

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col faulkner
Posted 4/30/2012 4:20 PM (#64534 - in reply to #56262)
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No, mine is the green model of which the colour is on the glossy side.
I'm the same way. Weekends are next to impossible for me but some week day evenings could pan out a small ride. Want to get use to the side car sensation first. Been practicing in the local high school parking lot. Circles, figure 8's, braking & reverse. Feel a big difference when I go back out onto the street.
Only have about 60 or so miles on the Ural-that being all my side car riding experience. Sure different from a 2 wheel bike.
Hope to hook up soon.
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newenglandjim
Posted 5/1/2012 1:18 AM (#64538 - in reply to #56262)
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It sure is different from 2 wheels, I'm still learning but I feel pretty comfortable on mine. I work 2nd shift so i mid week ride would be tough but I have some time off coming up in the next few months maybe we can ride sometime. I still ride with a few of my two wheel riding friends on the weekend, lucky for me they are mellow riders.
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col faulkner
Posted 5/1/2012 9:25 AM (#64544 - in reply to #56262)
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Yeah, you said it. I don't know about the others but the Ural makes street riding about as entertaining as dirt bike riding in a hare scramble. Did 36 miles last night (converted the Km to Miles) roving around Millbury, Sutton, Douglas, Uxbridge, Millville & Blackstone. It was quite a nice ride. Have about 100 miles on the bike and am getting use to it-feel better and better about it with every ride. Was going to trade it in for a Super Tenere at Performance Cycles but after doing the parking lot exercises a few times and some good rides, I'll keep the little bugger. What kind of rig do you have?
BTW, I'm a slow and old rider.
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Posted 5/1/2012 12:31 PM (#64549 - in reply to #56262)
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My rig has an interesting story behind it. I got hit head on by an uninsured suv in oct of 09 while riding my vtx retro, I lost my left leg above the knee so riding two wheel bikes seemed out of the question for me. I looked at a real nice ural t up in boxboro ma but my wife wanted me to wait till the mortgage was paid off before i put that kind of money on a new bike. I didn't feel like waiting two and a half years to get a rig so I decided to make my own rig. I had an old kz650 sitting in the shed for years so I decided to use that for my mule, then I bought a california sidecar from a guy down the cape and I found a used klicktronic shifter online. I got the bike running again and a buddy of mine did the install on the hack and I installed the klicktronic shifter and the rest is history. The rig is a little underpowered but is fine for me riding alone. I will probably put a bigger bike on the rig in a year or two. I've grown very attached to this rig in the past 8 months I'm glad I built it.
BTW, that yamaha super tenere is a nice bike, that would be great hooked up to a dmc sidecar.
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col faulkner
Posted 5/1/2012 2:07 PM (#64550 - in reply to #56262)
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Head on collision-horrendeous. Glad you made it out alive. I'm in the insurance business and we see this all the time. 90% or better of the time a bike and car are involved in a collision the car driver is at fault but that's not much solace when you are injured or worse paralyzed. I got hit in the rear end something like 3 times on street bikes, once by a paralegal assistant, back in the 1990's. Fortunately the injuries were extremely minor. Very sorry about your leg.
I bet the KZ650 is a super powerhouse compared to the Ural 750 twin. A tenere with a side car would be a blast for the more advanced rider. I'm not there yet. Will try to pop off some more miles tomorrow and Thursday evenings. Supposed to be clear with no rain. Practice, practice, practice.....
Hope to hook up soon.
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grumpycrw
Posted 5/1/2012 6:44 PM (#64559 - in reply to #56262)
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Jerry welcome aboard This is a great site with alot of information

JIM Good to see that you are riding and that you are getting your bike tuned in

Still waiting to me you for coffee maybe we can meet with Jerry someware

 

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Posted 5/1/2012 7:25 PM (#64560 - in reply to #64544)
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col faulkner - 5/1/2012 9:25 AM
... I don't know about the others but the Ural makes street riding about as entertaining as dirt bike riding in a hare scramble.....

 Hi col!  And welcome!  Hey, are you carrying ballast in your sidecar??

 NEVER MIND!!  I just read your other post re: 75lbs.  Embarassed

 Jena & I both recommend a sidecar training class if one is available in your area.

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Posted 5/2/2012 2:15 AM (#64563 - in reply to #56262)
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Hi Clem that sounds like a plan. BTW, I'll be at a car show in brooklyn on Saturday at the corner of 169 and 101. Just look for the red 59 chevy pickup and I'll be close by. We will definatly have to get all three of us together for a ride sometime soon.
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Posted 5/2/2012 9:54 AM (#64566 - in reply to #56262)
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There is a training class up here in Massachusetts. I emailed them but have not heard back.
Hope to get a ride in today after work. Weather has been lousy but then again, it's New England.
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iwrench2
Posted 9/9/2014 9:49 PM (#80076 - in reply to #60250)
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Ural named Squirrel Willimantic CT.
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Posted 9/9/2014 10:41 PM (#80079 - in reply to #56262)
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Hi wrench, nice area out that way. Do you ever go to the vanilla bean?
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Posted 9/10/2014 9:54 PM (#80094 - in reply to #80079)
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Couldn't fine my way back to this page. I go by there all the time but haven't stop in years. Always end up at We- like- kit Ice Cream on rte. 97
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Posted 9/10/2014 11:35 PM (#80099 - in reply to #56262)
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I love that place Where did you buy your ural, boxboro? I have a 1200 sportster on my rig now Plenty of torque.

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iwrench2
Posted 9/13/2014 3:25 PM (#80113 - in reply to #80099)
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Sorry I didn't get back to you,I'm in Vermont it's pouring rain and your my entertainment haha. I did buy my Ural from Ural of New England. So far there service has been great. They replace the clutch lever twice this time 2014 upgrade and windshield I paid a little extra upgraded after market windshield. I also have BMW K 1200LT big difference. I can't fine any rig riders in my area. I'm very new to side cars only one year this July. I'm doing very good with it but would like a rider course. I'll be70 in Oct. so need all the Help I can get. Your rig is a sportster ? How does that handle ?
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Posted 9/13/2014 5:42 PM (#80117 - in reply to #56262)
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The sportster does ok, my first rig was an old kz650 which was underpowered. I put the sportster rig together a year and a half ago. So far so good. I use an electronic shifter on it because I'm a left leg amputee. The bike has plenty of power with 1200cc and a screaming eagle stage one kit.
There is a sidecar rally in central ma near palmer in a few weeks. We should take a ride out for a couple of hours. Let me know if you want yo meet up in ct and ride up. We can take backroads into sturbridge and then run rt20 the rest of the way. The rally is at camp stanica and is on the26th through the 28th but you can go in on saturday for 5 bucks so it sounds worth while.
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Posted 9/13/2014 7:22 PM (#80118 - in reply to #80117)
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At this time sounds good.Thank you for your service, It's great that our men and women that servred their country with modern technology can do what they love.
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Posted 9/13/2014 7:54 PM (#80119 - in reply to #56262)
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No, I lost it in a head on collision with a distracted driver in an suv. I agree about the technology for our vets being a blessing though.
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Posted 9/13/2014 8:23 PM (#80120 - in reply to #80119)
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It's getting worse all the time with distracted drivers. I don't fly my car but one day I had too coming down Rte.66 in Columbia.
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Posted 9/13/2014 8:30 PM (#80121 - in reply to #56262)
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Distracted driving in rhode island has been bad for a while.
Where in vt are you now? I have family in grafton. Great riding up there. Nice roads up that way
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Posted 9/13/2014 8:59 PM (#80122 - in reply to #80121)
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Brattleboro camping on the way home in the AM very hard rain most of the day.
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Posted 9/13/2014 9:47 PM (#80123 - in reply to #56262)
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The weather should clear for you before you leave. Are you taking backroads or freeway home? Urals seem to like backroads better.
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Posted 1/1/2015 4:27 PM (#81953 - in reply to #80099)
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Happy New Year all,
I live in Mystic, CT and would like to meet you all someplace.
Give me a call at 860-460-3282

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Posted 1/1/2015 5:05 PM (#81955 - in reply to #81953)
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Happy new year from Willimantic Ct. Vanilla Bean has been mention in the past, Never got there.Looks like a Ural side car ?
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Posted 1/1/2015 8:11 PM (#81960 - in reply to #56262)
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I tried getting people to meet up at the vanilla bean a time or two but we never seemed to get it together. Maybe this year.
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Posted 1/1/2015 8:50 PM (#81963 - in reply to #81960)
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Just never got there, i had the Ural out Dec.27 and drove by there lots of bikes no rig.
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Posted 1/1/2015 8:55 PM (#81964 - in reply to #56262)
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No riding for me lately, one of my kids is getting married this week.
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Posted 1/1/2015 9:17 PM (#81965 - in reply to #81964)
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Good luck and God bless all.
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Posted 1/1/2015 11:40 PM (#81970 - in reply to #56262)
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Thank you wrench.
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Posted 1/24/2015 11:05 AM (#82402 - in reply to #56262)
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In Groton. Suzuki Burgman 400 scooter with Cozy sidecar.
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Posted 1/24/2015 11:13 AM (#82403 - in reply to #81955)
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Don, I got a new tube set for the Zodiac. Looks almost new. I rode my Suzuki Burgman 400 (with dog) from Maryland to Essex. Quite a trip.
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Posted 1/24/2015 2:15 PM (#82407 - in reply to #82403)
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Posted 1/24/2015 2:21 PM (#82408 - in reply to #82407)
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Who did you get the tubes from "Wing" in Calif.?
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Posted 1/24/2015 3:42 PM (#82410 - in reply to #56262)
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No got them from Defenders, apparently the set available in the world at that time. The guy in Essex, who I think you recommended did the installation. Great job...really good guy.
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Posted 1/24/2015 3:45 PM (#82411 - in reply to #82410)
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Jeff Going at the Dingy Doc.
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Posted 1/24/2015 5:22 PM (#82413 - in reply to #56262)
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Yeah. And his son works at Defenders
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Posted 3/7/2015 12:41 PM (#83241 - in reply to #56262)
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Still waiting for spring to spring,hope I'll meet all you guys this spring.
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Posted 3/7/2015 4:13 PM (#83247 - in reply to #83241)
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We can meet at my shop on Rt 2 in Pawcatuck ( near the UA theater ) and do a 25 mile tour from there.

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Global warming I have a glacier in my backyard. The ice in my driveway got the best of me this winter,hope to it cleaned up this week. The ride sounds good. Just a little better weather.
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Would love to meet up at The Bean in the Spring.



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I can make it most anytime as I am retired.
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Posted 3/12/2015 8:16 AM (#83334 - in reply to #56262)
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The bean works for me.
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Posted 3/17/2015 9:30 PM (#83462 - in reply to #83334)
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Had the flue off the pad. Not this week next week or after that. Vanilla Bean works for me. Thursday,Friday or Saturdays.
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Posted 3/22/2015 8:32 PM (#83534 - in reply to #56262)
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Still waiting for the weather to break?
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Posted 3/23/2015 9:01 AM (#83543 - in reply to #56262)
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The Vanilla Bean is a jaunt for me from Durham, but I look forward to doing it at some point when the weather's properly warm. (While I don't mind riding in cool weather, my kids are less enthusiastic, and I want to take them with me.)

Hopefully you folks will post on here when you have specific meet ups there (or anywhere in CT for that matter). I've yet to run into another sidecar rig when out on mind -- I only see them on occasion when I'm two-wheeling it! lol
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Posted 3/23/2015 1:14 PM (#83553 - in reply to #56262)
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I still have a bunch of snow in my back yard, I can't get my rig out of the shed yet.
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Posted 3/23/2015 5:23 PM (#83559 - in reply to #56262)
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Looks like Durham is about 36 miles from Willimantic we can meet many different spots Vanilla Bean just one of many. We all just need better weather sooner or later it has too change.
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Posted 3/25/2015 12:33 PM (#83588 - in reply to #83559)
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I took the kids 45 miles when we lived in Europe, from Zurich to Konstanz, Germany, so they'll be able to hack the 36 miles to Willimantic. But I'm certainly open to other spots!

Next week is finally showing a whole week with daytime highs above 50. We are right on the cusp of solid riding weather!
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Posted 4/4/2015 5:35 PM (#83763 - in reply to #56262)
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Posted 4/4/2015 5:38 PM (#83764 - in reply to #83763)
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Me too, Do we want to go to the Vanilla Bean or to Fords Lobsters in Noank for a lobster Roll



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Posted 4/5/2015 7:09 PM (#83781 - in reply to #83764)
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Do they have fish & chips ? I don't do lobster. Has to be cold there still on the water. I only have Thursday & Friday this week and the weather isn't looking good at all. I was out last Thursday great only 41 miles but a good ride.
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Posted 4/5/2015 7:35 PM (#83783 - in reply to #83781)
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Yes they have fish and chips. They have a full menu.

http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g33858-d3245178-Review...

You are right the week is lost.

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Posted 4/5/2015 9:22 PM (#83785 - in reply to #56262)
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Either place works for me weather. I think we are entering the rainy season.I work part time and have Thursday,Friday and Saturday most weeks off.

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Posted 4/28/2015 5:06 PM (#84162 - in reply to #83785)
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Anybody going to the rally at the Ural dealer in Boxboro, MA this coming weekend?
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Posted 4/29/2015 2:22 AM (#84167 - in reply to #56262)
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I got an invite but I have family coming from out of town.
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Posted 4/29/2015 9:09 PM (#84181 - in reply to #84162)
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We have a CMA Run for the Son annual fund raiser. We missed the fall one last year also. Maybe this fall. What about the Bean next week ?
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Donmystic1
Posted 4/29/2015 9:12 PM (#84182 - in reply to #84181)
Subject: Re: eartern ct



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The Bean or Fords lobsters in Mystic is fine.
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iwrench2
Posted 5/1/2015 9:49 PM (#84197 - in reply to #56262)
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Fords ok with me. My days off have changed I work Monday & Tuesday off Wednesday,Thursday & Friday I'll be doing therapy dog visit on one of my days off not sure yet which day yet. Maybe this week we can meet?
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Donmystic1
Posted 5/6/2015 5:39 PM (#84258 - in reply to #83321)
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Hi Ray,
Did we meet at the Boxboro rally last Sat.?

Don





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rayg
Posted 5/6/2015 6:06 PM (#84259 - in reply to #56262)
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YaHa, small world
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Donmystic1
Posted 5/6/2015 9:43 PM (#84264 - in reply to #84259)
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Don't forget about blueberry pancakes at Noahs in Stonington.
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Chinookmark
Posted 6/21/2015 7:43 PM (#84993 - in reply to #56262)
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Do any of you guys ever head out west side of the state, to Toymakers or anything?
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