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    Huckleberry, Gilera &Toad kstoo's Avatar
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    WI Slimey Crud Run 10-4

    Slimey Crud Run is only two weeks away? Where did summer go? Are you gonna be there?
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    Dang it's on our anniversary!
    I guess I won't be going either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rapid_Roy View Post
    Dang it's on our anniversary!
    I guess I won't be going either.
    Nor I. On the road. Check out ride reports later.
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    WOW! This party is gonna be lotsa fun now knowing that none of you are gonna be there!

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    Not this year...I'll be riding on the *east side* of Lake Michigan..lower southwest Michigan area that weekend..
    Yeah if you've never done the "Crud Run" then do it. But after a while it's the same ol same ol.... once every few years is enough for me.

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    I'll be there! Fair weather only though. This thing never rains out, does it? Kidding! Except the "fair weather only" comment, I'm NOT kidding about that!

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    I might hafta go!

    If I do I'll be riding the "Other" Bike.

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    I plan on attending barring H1N1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cheesewhiz View Post
    I might hafta go!

    If I do I'll be riding the "Other" Bike.
    Hey good, I'll buy you an ice cold Miller Lite!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly View Post
    Hey good, I'll buy you an ice cold Miller Lite!!
    Deal!

    I'll be wearing my blue shirt from the national.



    (Miller Lite?!?!? REALLY!.......)

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    Good Call!
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    I think that the 'people's choice award' went to this 1966 Honda CB450 'white' bomber. I think that it got more attention then any other single bike.
    It was a great day. I was surprised to see so (too) many Harleys, and Gold Wings and such. My theory is that the weather prompted more riders to take their more 'comfortable' mount. Still, it was a great day. I was 'comfortable' on my R100RS. It is all in how you dress for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kstoo View Post
    I think that the 'people's choice award' went to this 1966 Honda CB450 'white' bomber. I think that it got more attention then any other single bike.
    It was a great day. I was surprised to see so (too) many Harleys, and Gold Wings and such. My theory is that the weather prompted more riders to take their more 'comfortable' mount. Still, it was a great day. I was 'comfortable' on my R100RS. It is all in how you dress for it.
    You have some great photos there! My personal fav. is the BSA with the bikini fairing. Is that your blue RS? If so, very nice. I recall the Black Bomber Honda when it came out. Fast bike. About the quickest thing on the road at the time. It'd smoke the Brit bikes. Remember this was 1967. I had a CB 160 and lusted after the Bomber.

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