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post #1 of 14 Old 08-08-2014, 02:12 AM Thread Starter
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I noticed this forum said "Never" which I assumed meant no one has ever posted here, sooooooo.... Where are all my Canadian Buddies ? I got a bunch of friends up there in Alberta !
I even sent a few of you a picture of my 750 Street on your Smart Phones and you drooled over it.
Tapping my fingers on my desk now and waiting.
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I'm sure there will be a good number of folks from Ontario and BC showing up here!
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I'm living in Toronto. Nice to meet ya. I'm sure there are more of us floating around the forum.
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I'm sure the canucks should be in here soon. The season is coming to an end for them with fall and winter around the corner. Just busy trying to ride as much as they can before puting the old lady away.
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Just put a deposit down on one! Hopefully here in mid Oct.
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I'm sure the canucks should be in here soon. The season is coming to an end for them with fall and winter around the corner. Just busy trying to ride as much as they can before puting the old lady away.
That's what sucks about living up north, but at least it isn't that bad if you also make use of the fun things you can do come winter time. Then when riding season is back in, it makes riding more rewarding.
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The dead of the winter gets a little depressing but I enjoy the changing of the seasons. I'd rather have a cold winter than a Florida or Texas summer. The thing that gets to me the most is the shorter days in the winter, but we get longer days in the summer so its a trade off I suppose.
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I'm sure there will be a good number of folks from Ontario and BC showing up here!


Living just North of Seattle BC is like local riding for me and I've met wonderful riders from BC (that often come down here as well). While I've always met wonderful people on all of my rides I will say that those Canadians living in BC take being wonderful to a higher level. Never have I met more friendly people either on or off of a motorcycle. I love my Canadian brothers and sisters.



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Living just North of Seattle BC is like local riding for me and I've met wonderful riders from BC (that often come down here as well). While I've always met wonderful people on all of my rides I will say that those Canadians living in BC take being wonderful to a higher level. Never have I met more friendly people either on or off of a motorcycle. I love my Canadian brothers and sisters.
Yup, for the most part they are nice people. It's good you live that close to BC, great way to experience both american and canadian life. The amazing scenery around BC is also great for photoshoots
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Yup, for the most part they are nice people. It's good you live that close to BC, great way to experience both american and canadian life. The amazing scenery around BC is also great for photoshoots


I just appreciate that I meet amazing people, both those that ride motorcycles of all brands and those that don't ride at all, on my many road trips regardless of where the road leads me.




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