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hdrghack
Posted 3/31/2010 7:28 PM (#50214 - in reply to #50212)
Subject: Re: Hackers in Toronto


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durq - 3/31/2010 6:28 PM Garry Re: LT from Kingston: I actually bought it from a guy just north of Gannanoque. If that's what you meant, as they are close to each other. Beautiful bike to drive. Just had the car colour matched to the bike and spent all day getting it ready for the road again. Crazy Frog : I'll look for you in Dover. Talking with some people that frequent to Trenton Rally, it was mentioned that a group of sidecars were trying to organize a run to Dover as well. We'll see what they come up with. I'll look for you If anyone out there has information on the Essex Vermont rally this coming summer, I'd be interested to getting some detail. Don Ottawa

 

Hi Don,

The 32nd National sidecar Rally is in July from the 8th to the 11th at the Champlain Valley Exposition in Essex Junction Vermont this is out side of Burlington VT.

If you are planing to attend you can down load a form to pre register by going to the home page and clicking on the "2010 rally" button  should you wish the cost is $30. for members and $35. for non members AFTER june 1st the cost for both is $5. more per person

Camping is $9. per night and this is payable when you arive at the CVE and there is a list of motels for those that prefer not to camp

There are still things in the making but, on friday afternoon there will be an ultimate ice Cream run to the famous Ben and Jerry's ice cream factory not to mention there are tons of things to see and do in the Burlington area saturday morning will be a sidecar show for people to show off their rigs and saturday afternoon there will be the famous sidecar games for anyone that would like to partake

 

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garry_kramer
Posted 3/31/2010 9:37 PM (#50220 - in reply to #50212)
Subject: Re: Hackers in Toronto


durq - 3/31/2010 6:28 PM

Garry
Re: LT from Kingston: I actually bought it from a guy just north of Gannanoque. If that's what you meant, as they are close to each other. Beautiful bike to drive. Just had the car colour matched to the bike and spent all day getting it ready for the road again.

Don
Ottawa


Don

That's my friend, he kind of regrets that he sold it......

Garry
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crawf
Posted 4/1/2010 4:19 AM (#50223 - in reply to #50212)
Subject: Re: Hackers in Toronto



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Gannanoque?,...that's where david lloyd is from???,..one of your ol toys dave?,..hehe crawf.

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BigD
Posted 4/1/2010 5:34 AM (#50224 - in reply to #46759)
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crawf...I do not know if David is 'from' Gannanoque, but he lives in Lachine, Qc...
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crawf
Posted 4/1/2010 6:48 AM (#50225 - in reply to #50224)
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I thought from previous correspodence that he used to live in that area, and lost his last rig in a fire there while in storage,....purhaps I am mistaken.. hehe... it starts to happen as the age increases,..lol .thanks crawf.
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BigD
Posted 4/1/2010 6:14 PM (#50234 - in reply to #46759)
Subject: Re: Hackers in Toronto


Two important things to remember about getting older...first is that your memory fades...second is...darn I forgot...
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durq
Posted 4/3/2010 5:35 PM (#50280 - in reply to #46759)
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Re: Garry Kramer... Your friend owning my LT previous to me.

If he wants to get a hold of me again (I've lost his email) I'll send him pictures of what it looks like now (everything has now been colour matched).......and maybe what it is going to look like soon. ( a new project for it now underway)

Don
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david lloyd
Posted 11/26/2010 5:56 AM (#54724 - in reply to #50225)
Subject: Re: Hackers in Toronto



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crawf - 4/1/2010 7:48 AM I thought from previous correspodence that he used to live in that area, and lost his last rig in a fire there while in storage,....purhaps I am mistaken.. hehe... it starts to happen as the age increases,..lol .thanks crawf.

 

Hello Everyone,

Sorry I was off line for awhile. I can be reached at [514] 880-3283 or dlloyd@rogers.blackberry.net or davidlloyd@videotron.ca

I live in Lachine, Qc.  I am an English Quebec native. Since that fire where I lost the Vstar 1100 and Chinese Ural knock off, I have had a Roadstar w/ Chinese KO again, and now I have a Royalstar with a TM-500 sidecar and a Royal Enfield C5 Military for kicks!



Edited by david lloyd 11/29/2010 8:02 PM
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