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Great Job to Everyone involved in "The Sidecarist"
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BestBuddy
Posted 12/30/2004 7:56 AM (#5773)
Subject: Great Job to Everyone involved in "The Sidecarist"


Best Buddy is “NEW” to the Wonderful World of SideCars and Yes, I also have the Motorcycle / SideCar Bug.

I would like to publicly thank Steve Woodward, Editor and all of the folks that contributed to the January / February, 2005 issue of “The Sidecarist”. To a Newbee, this was an enjoyable OUTSTANDING issue. All of the articles gives someone like me a greater OUTLOOK with regards to SideCars and the history of various SideCars like the “Hitchhiker”. As our President, John Kennedy stated, The USCA is a member driven organization, I hope that we can continue having articles like the ones in this issue.

Only a thought, maybe we could start a page in The Sidecarist, where other USCA members could send in photos of their special rigs along with a short biography of the owner, and the reason why they have selected that model of rig. Yes, I know that we can post picture on the USCA Web site, but to see them in print, that is another story.

Steve, Keep up the Outstanding Work, you doing a GREAT job.

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sidecarist
Posted 12/30/2004 11:53 AM (#5774 - in reply to #5773)
Subject: RE: Great Job to Everyone involved in "The Sidecarist"


Thank You Best Buddy! And another thanks to all those who have contributed to The Sidecarist. I love your idea of a bio section with photos of rigs (and owners!) and how they decided on their setup.

... Let's start with yours! Deadline for the March/April issue is 1 Feb.

Happy New Year!
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BestBuddy
Posted 12/30/2004 4:12 PM (#5779 - in reply to #5773)
Subject: RE: Great Job to Everyone involved in "The Sidecarist"


Hi Steve,

You will have to put my name on the second edition in 2005, I cannot have the pictures ready for February 1st. But I will acepted your offer.

At the present time in my basement, yes my basement you will see a frame that is being prep'd for paint, lot of parts, my bike in pieces and NO time to get everything back together... It's the Holiday Season..
Do I have to mention any more..

But watch for my Stuff

Happy New year to everyone at USCA

Best Buddy
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hdrghack
Posted 12/31/2004 10:19 AM (#5784 - in reply to #5779)
Subject: RE: Great Job to Everyone involved in "The Sidecarist"


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Best BuddySo how about some pix of the rig in different stages of reassembly?This can be a series of articles......
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Goldwing
Posted 1/2/2005 7:36 PM (#5814 - in reply to #5773)
Subject: RE: Great Job to Everyone involved in "The Sidecarist"


Best Buddy

Thanks for reading my artical, and for input on the Sidecarist.
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