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    Tinbasher 195889's Avatar
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    Greetings from Mississauga Canada

    Hello all. Just wanted to introduce myself to the forum. I've recently joined this wonderful community and resource. I'm looking forward to learning and sharing my own biking experiences. I'm a new rider and started late but i'm very keen to enjoy my new pastime. I've got a 2007 BMW 1200RT with just about 87500 kms and really enjoy the bike. I've just done all my own maintenance and it was really fun. Really looking forward to riding. Just waiting for the weather to improve.
    Cheers.
    John.
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    Welcome John;
    You will find a lot of very useful information here.
    Nice RT, the right colour too!

    Have a look at our website for the Niagara BMW Riders that meet in Smithville not too far from you.

    www.nbmwr.com

    Thanks for being a member!
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    Rocky Bow BMW Riders #197 bogthebasher's Avatar
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    Welcome to the MOA - lots of great information from this collaborative community.
    Ken Dittrick
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    Welcome to the Forum, John!

    If you need a place to ride on Victoria Day Weekend, come and visit London's Forest City Motorrad's ABC Rally at the Springwater Conservation Area. We serve a great meal on the Saturday evening!
    Paul
    Retired and riding my RTs, the '87 K100 & the '98 R1100 !
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    Welcome to the forum! Well I can't say that I can say where you are from 3 times fast, I have seen a bit of Mississauga in films and it looked like a great place.
    Enjoy the forum.
    Gary
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    Welcome! Not the best spring to start riding, but better weather should come soon. Definitely visit Niagara, and I can attest that the ABC rally Victoria Day weekend is always lots of fun. There is also the CVMG rally in Paris June 13 - 15th. With all that practise, you will be ready to ride to St. Paul in July.

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    Rocky Bow BMW Riders #197 bogthebasher's Avatar
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    Forgot to mention - really love the RED RT!
    Ken Dittrick
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    Hello and welcome.
    Ed Miller, Calgary, AB
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    Greetings from Mississauga Canada

    Hi John, welcome to the BMWMOA, I just recently rejoined after a 20 absence. I will be at the CVMG rally in Paris June 13-15/14. It should be a great rally and if you have never been to Friday the 13th in Dover you may not want to miss this year. Won't be back till 2017 in the summer riding months.

    Port Dover is only about a 45 minute ride from Paris. Just follow the bikes.

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