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    New member from Seattle

    Good evening,

    Hello from the PNW. I have a R1200GS and a Triumph Street Twin. Been riding on and off since 2000.

    I enjoy it all but I bought the GS for longer distance travel and more off-road.

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    Welcome to the club.

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    When you get a chance post a picture of you and or your bike. Try to take advantage of all the Club has to offer, and for Godís sake, if you have questions or need help reach out and ask someone.
    R. Reece Mullins Ebony R1200RT (Gretchen)
    MOA # 143779
    MOA Charter Club #5 and #364
    SECMOA (BMW MOA secretary)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wake1451 View Post
    Good evening,

    Hello from the PNW. I have a R1200GS and a Triumph Street Twin. Been riding on and off since 2000.

    I enjoy it all but I bought the GS for longer distance travel and more off-road.
    Welcome to the club! I live in Seattle too (in case you need a riding partner sometimes).

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    We should all meet for coffee some day.

    I'm up in the north end in Lynnwood.

    Chris
    Elnathan - 2014 BMW F800GT
    IBA# 49894 True Rounder = 0-20's - Rounder -- to -- 100's+ Red Hot Rounder
    John 14:6

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    Brotherhood

    Quote Originally Posted by romoto View Post
    Welcome to the club! I live in Seattle too (in case you need a riding partner sometimes).
    Quote Originally Posted by daboo View Post
    We should all meet for coffee some day.

    I'm up in the north end in Lynnwood.

    Chris
    Right There! Thatís what this cub and the forums should be all about.
    R. Reece Mullins Ebony R1200RT (Gretchen)
    MOA # 143779
    MOA Charter Club #5 and #364
    SECMOA (BMW MOA secretary)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rangerreece View Post
    Right There! Thatís what this cub and the forums should be all about.
    That's the reason (one of them anyway) I joined the MOA.... To me, a motorcycle club should be a place where we put our differences aside (nationalities,politics, religion, etc.) and help each other become better riders, make new friendships and enjoy exploring the surroundings of our homes. The more we get together as a group and act as a responsible entity while having fun, the easier would be to educate and make the drivers of automobiles accept us as equals rather than the target of their frustrations.

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    Registered User crna59's Avatar
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    Welcome neighbor (Issaquah).

    Would love to go riding!
    Bruce A. Brown #212072
    MSF 2-wheel Instructor
    H-D Riding Academy Instructor
    S/TEP 3-wheel Instructor

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    Welcome to the club Wake1451! I use to live in Redmond and can tell you there are a great group of BMW riders in the greater Seattle area. Get involved in some of the dealer rides and consider joining the Washington State BMW Club. The GS is a great touring bike and the MOA Rally in Iowa would be a short trip on that bike.

    DesertBob

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