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  1. #31
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    Hi there

    New to BMW owner based in Newton MA.

    Mostly ride solo as all my guys are busied up these days or cannot get their [#^&*] together.

    Up for weekend day trips!

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    CT Rider

    Hi all, strictly road for my Bimmer but Iím always down to clown


    Thanks
    Alan

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    Up for rides in Merrimack Valley, NH, ME VT

    I'm in Chelmsford, MA. I have an '02 R1150RT (with 82K miles) and a '11 R1200RT. I am always looking for early morning or weekend rides. I'm a Yankee Beemers member and also have a few riding buddies close by, but the old routes are getting stale so hit me up.
    Bruce B

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    Ditto to Bruce

    Located in Andover MA. Just picked up a 76 90s about a month ago after being bikeless for a year.
    Leigh

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    Pie in Maine?

    Quote Originally Posted by jandhumphreyme View Post
    Central Maine here, strictly road rider. I ride for pie or about any food for that matter.
    Where are your favorite places in Maine for pie? I am heading there in about 2 weeks and a complete rookie to Maine. Visiting a cousin in Whitefield Aug 3&4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eckelaert@gmail.com View Post
    Where are your favorite places in Maine for pie? I am heading there in about 2 weeks and a complete rookie to Maine. Visiting a cousin in Whitefield Aug 3&4.
    Favorites, I have none, I don't think there is bad pie, only varying levels of good.

    From Whitefield, you could venture down Rt 129/130 to Pemaquid Lighthouse, heading out of there up Rt 32 will put you on US1 and Moody's diner is right there, good food, used to be good pie, I haven't been in awhile, likely busy with tourist season. Heading north on Rt. 1 if your into fine crafted wood working tools Lie Nielsen is in Warren, they make some of the best tools in the world. Heading North from there Thomaston has interest Prision Store, wood working items hand made and sold by the Inmates at MSP. Going down 131 out of Thomaston, will take you to Port Clyde there is a bakery that's there that's wicked good along with a seafood joint right on the pier. There is also the Happy Clam in Tenants Harbor which is on 131 and good from what I hear, haven't stopped in yet. Off 131 take 73 and look for signs for "Owls Head Transportation Museum" interesting place to spend an hour or two. Also Owls Head Light House.

    Lots of interesting sights all through central Maine, shops, book stores, gallery's and the like. Riding is ok, little slow with traffic but if you stay off Rt 1 as much as possible not that bad.

    Good luck with your trip.
    So often times it happens that we live our lives in chains
    And we never even know we have the key

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    Sunday July 18th Vanilla Bean CT with the Yankee Beemers

    The YB's are meeting at the Vanilla Bean in CT this Sunday morning. Hope to see some of you there . We are there all morning from 8 or so on

    https://thevanillabeancafe.com/

    Its a great spot in Northeast CT where a lot of interesting bikes and cars congregate. Lots of twisty roads. Food is pretty good too
    1998 R1100RT, 2008 R1200GS, 2015 BMW R9T, 2018 Z1000, 2018 FLHRC

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    Albany Schenectady Troy

    Good Day

    If there's anyone in the area that likes to ride let me know, I have road tires but the dealer says they can go off road also. Into riding and finding new places with allot of twists and turns.

    Thanks

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