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Wisconsin or eastern Iowa riders?
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trent
Posted 3/7/2011 5:37 PM (#56511)
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When the temps go back up who's ready for a ride?
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SidecarMike
Posted 3/7/2011 8:06 PM (#56516 - in reply to #56511)
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I'm about one good day away from a test ride.  All that is left is to wire the stereo system and do a final alignment after the initial ride.

Ignore that date.  I haven't been working on it that long. 

 

I'm about 3 hours north of you, but we could meet in Tomah for lunch sometime.  Ed Thompson's Teepee has great food.  Well worth the ride.

 While I have your attention, what's the name of the restaurant on Washington Ave in Madison that has all the toys hanging from the ceiling?

 

 

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trent
Posted 3/8/2011 10:03 AM (#56522 - in reply to #56511)
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Ella's deli. my son's just love that place! We'll have to get together when the weather breaks. I'm guessing the restaurant in Tomah has to be Tommy Thompsons relative? I have my battery all charged up and ready to go! Come on spring!
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jimwing08
Posted 5/27/2013 3:47 PM (#71736 - in reply to #56511)
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Hi; I'm a newcommer to the sidecar way of life. I purchased my sidecar this past January and had it professionally mated to my '08 Goldwing. Because of all the lousy spring weather I still haven't had the chance to learn how to handle my new rig. My sidecar is a 2012 Hannigan HMS-SP2. Hope to get out soon and learn this new technique. Regards. Jim
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SidecarMike
Posted 5/27/2013 7:40 PM (#71740 - in reply to #71736)
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jimwing08 - 5/27/2013 2:47 PM Hi; I'm a newcommer to the sidecar way of life. I purchased my sidecar this past January and had it professionally mated to my '08 Goldwing. Because of all the lousy spring weather I still haven't had the chance to learn how to handle my new rig. My sidecar is a 2012 Hannigan HMS-SP2. Hope to get out soon and learn this new technique. Regards. Jim

Are you up to a little ride?  We have our Skunks in the Woods Rally in Cameron, WI coming up on Friday and Saturday.

http://www.skunktails.com/

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jimwing08
Posted 5/29/2013 4:17 AM (#71781 - in reply to #56511)
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Mike; I think I want a few hundred local miles under my belt before I take on a journey such as your suggesting. I do appreciate your thinking of me though.
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