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redunderdog78
Posted 5/30/2008 5:45 AM (#36143)
Subject: New sidecarist in connecticut


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So I finally went and got a sidehack. Still in the process of hooking it up and setting everything where it need to be. WHAT A JOB!!!

So, If I can ever get this thing hooked up, I am looking for people to meet up with around my area.
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krellheat
Posted 6/19/2008 9:13 AM (#36616 - in reply to #36143)
Subject: RE: New sidecarist in connecticut


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I also just picked up a sidecar for my F650. Waiting for the correct parts from Dauntless to install it. BTW: I am just south of Hartford.
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MBHal
Posted 7/10/2008 12:02 AM (#37043 - in reply to #36143)
Subject: RE: New sidecarist in connecticut


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I'm near Simsbury, CT and have a number of years of Russian rigs under my belt. Just bought a sidecar to put on my Harley. There have been a number of Ural rigs sold out of Canton Cycle in Winsted, CT. There are more and more rigs popping up in CT. Maybe time for a 'sidecar party' somewhere? Hal
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redunderdog78
Posted 9/11/2008 9:41 AM (#38702 - in reply to #36143)
Subject: RE: New sidecarist in connecticut


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Hey, been a while since I have checked the site out. Hooked up my sidehack a couple months ago. I have logged on about 6500 miles!!
Rides Great!! Kids love it!
So I do think that we need to get a sidecar party together also.
Even if it is just a few rigs in someones yard.
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redunderdog78
Posted 9/11/2008 10:01 AM (#38703 - in reply to #37043)
Subject: RE: New sidecarist in connecticut


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Hey Hal,
Just logged on today and seen the post. Dont get on this thing to much......to busy riding!!! I have also noticed a few rigs riding around. Maybe time for a sidecar party somewhere? Sounded like a great idea to me! Meet up somewhere in the morning, go for a ride, finish it with a party. I go anywhere. I have been some places I should have not!
Take it easy, Talk with you soon?
Randy
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krellheat
Posted 9/19/2008 1:36 PM (#38921 - in reply to #36143)
Subject: RE: New sidecarist in connecticut


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I just installed my hack and its ready to roll. If you do put a party, I could use some pointers/lessons.
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emnerrn
Posted 9/23/2008 1:34 PM (#38988 - in reply to #38921)
Subject: RE: New sidecarist in connecticut



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hey count me in!

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redunderdog78
Posted 9/27/2008 8:20 PM (#39077 - in reply to #36143)
Subject: RE: New sidecarist in connecticut


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O.k.
Does anyone have any suggestions? I do not have any free weekends until October 18th. That would be my first free weekend. I hope we can get something together that quick. I know its getting "cold" and not everyone rides year round, so we better get this rolling if we want it. Like I have said, I will travel since it seems like I am the one furthest away. And we can meet up, go for a ride and maybe have a "party" at someones house. Mine is always open, and I live right next to Mohegan Sun Casino.
If you guys are interested, you can email me at redunderdog78@yahoo.com
Until then enjoy the ride and be careful!!! Randy
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emnerrn
Posted 9/28/2008 12:03 AM (#39081 - in reply to #36143)
Subject: RE: New sidecarist in connecticut



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unable to make it Oct 17-18-19
I rode all last winter, 15 degrees a bit much..but it was a mild winter
this year promises to be alittle more harsh, we'll see...
If we can not pull together now, there is no reason we can not plan for next spring!
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krellheat
Posted 10/1/2008 7:50 PM (#39156 - in reply to #36143)
Subject: RE: New sidecarist in connecticut


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Redunderdog78 I sent you an email. Any weekend pretty much open. State holidays too.

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Hwymedic
Posted 10/2/2008 10:31 PM (#39173 - in reply to #36143)
Subject: RE: New sidecarist in connecticut


Greetings from Bellmore (Long Island),NY. I've been hacking it with a 2 seater Hannigan attached to GL1500 since 1999. Would also be interested in attending a "Sidecarist" party. By the way, I noticed many of you are relatively new to sidecars. I'm a certified S/TEP Instructor and would be willing to conduct a S/TEP program if you folks would be interested. I can also be contacted direct by e mail at Hwymedic@aol.com Other then 10/18 I would be very interested in a sidecar gathering. Ric Remz
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krellheat
Posted 10/3/2008 7:19 PM (#39183 - in reply to #36143)
Subject: RE: New sidecarist in connecticut


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Hwymedic I would be very interest on taking one of your side car courses. Maybe something can be set up via this forum. I'm sure others here in the Northeast would be interested as well.



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Hwymedic
Posted 10/3/2008 10:12 PM (#39184 - in reply to #36143)
Subject: RE: New sidecarist in connecticut


I would be happy to conduct a training course. It involves a 2 day commitment and I'm limited to 6 students. We can discuss it further when we meet at the sidecarist gathering. Ric Remz
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krellheat
Posted 10/4/2008 11:01 PM (#39189 - in reply to #36143)
Subject: RE: New sidecarist in connecticut


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Can you post some specifics? Like, do we provide our own rigs? Cost for coursework? Where?
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Hwymedic
Posted 10/5/2008 9:54 AM (#39194 - in reply to #39189)
Subject: RE: New sidecarist in connecticut


This would be an "Advanced" S/TEP course, which is done with your own rig and consists of 8 1/2 hours of instruction both classroom and range work. I say 2 days because doing it all in one, plus travel, makes for a very long day. So we would conduct the classroom portion either the afternoon or evening before the range portion. A large unobstructed parking lot and a classroom would be needed. As for "costs", that would depend on what costs would be incured. I would be willing to teach for whatever my costs and expenses would come to. Ric Remz
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Hwymedic
Posted 12/20/2008 11:26 PM (#40844 - in reply to #36143)
Subject: RE: New sidecarist in connecticut


Well looks like Old Man Winter arrived this weekend. Anybody planning to attend the Int'l Motorcycle Show at the Javitt's Center in Manhattan next month, Jan 16-18, 2009? I'll be there for most of the 3 days days at the Motorcycle Association of New York State booth. Stop by, say hello and we can talk about sidecars. This time of year might be a good time to start planning a Sidecar Gathering for the 2009 season, any volunteers?
Ric
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emnerrn
Posted 12/21/2008 1:57 AM (#40845 - in reply to #40844)
Subject: RE: New sidecarist in connecticut



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what I did before the storm...picked up the Xmas Tree! so much fun..
PS next week when the roads are dry I ll be back out there, during wintwer 2-3 rides per week Nikita has to wait until spring too cold for her ears!L
PS site wont allow photo attach access

Edited by emnerrn 12/21/2008 1:59 AM
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