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Old 06-18-2011, 10:51 AM   #1261
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Next up.




EDIT: The pull off area is/has a fairly good incline, so use caution.
No Kidding! That is a fairly tight little place to pull off!


Failure to upload @ the Peninsula library.
Cute Blonde though!
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Old 06-18-2011, 11:43 AM   #1262
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don't worry Chip, that happens to a lot of guys...
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Old 06-18-2011, 01:01 PM   #1263
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don't worry Chip, that happens to a lot of guys...
That's a good one
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Old 06-18-2011, 01:31 PM   #1264
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Tag!

The Money Shot.

Botzum Cemetery
Yellow Creek Road
Cuyhoga Falls
The History Shot.

Strange little Subaru I saw on the way back.


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Old 06-18-2011, 01:47 PM   #1265
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My NEOhio file photo's are getting rather slim...
Back to Geauga County...
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Old 06-18-2011, 08:12 PM   #1266
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No Kidding! That is a fairly tight little place to pull off!
That because those sport bikes have a school bus turning radius.

Just kidding. Nice tag! Turning around couldn't be much worse than getting the 800 turned around. I actually went by the tag today around 7PM on my ride to see if I could see tire tracks of a tagger. It was up for a lot longer than I thought it would. Too hard, or everyone too busy?
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Old 06-18-2011, 10:02 PM   #1267
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Was thinking about popping up there for a family event, snagging the tag, then dragging it down to Alliance on the way home.

Weather and chores kept me from doing so. But you've been warned

Unless I'm not allowed to play NEO tag since I'm just a lurker in this here thread

Nice seeing you again this weekend, Chip. A few of you guys got me sufficiently interested in planning this year's Ohio event at BYOB. Think we can lure rxcrider and some of the other northerners down again for this year's event?

Sorry for the hit and run. Carry on
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Old 06-19-2011, 02:59 AM   #1268
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I actually went by the tag today around 7PM on my ride to see if I could see tire tracks of a tagger. It was up for a lot longer than I thought it would. Too hard, or everyone too busy?
Too busy and I had forgotten that you had snagged my last tag shortly after I posted.

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Old 06-19-2011, 03:02 AM   #1269
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Was thinking about popping up there for a family event, snagging the tag, then dragging it down to Alliance on the way home.

Weather and chores kept me from doing so. But you've been warned

Unless I'm not allowed to play NEO tag since I'm just a lurker in this here thread

Nice seeing you again this weekend, Chip. A few of you guys got me sufficiently interested in planning this year's Ohio event at BYOB. Think we can lure rxcrider and some of the other northerners down again for this year's event?

Sorry for the hit and run. Carry on
I think everyone is welcome to play.

Not sure about BYOB will have to consider it when I know more about the event and family plans.

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Old 06-19-2011, 04:15 AM   #1270
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noobie here...

Hey all. Dropping in and introducing myself, although I'm not sure if this is the correct forum to do so...
Well I just recently returned to riding and got my first bike ('03 SV-1000S) since I sold my KDX-200 23 years ago. This is also my first street bike since a Kawi KH-400 triple from 30years ago. I'm slowly gaining skills and getting the rust off and just took a MSF safety course. Wow, I really cannot believe how much I missed riding!
I live in Brooklyn just outside of Cleveland. Would be thrilled to meet some of you and join up on some rides with other buckeyes in the area. Have a great day and ride safe! Steve
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Old 06-19-2011, 05:17 AM   #1271
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One last heads up about the first of our Kids Ride days in Huntsburg. The address is 17539 Mayfield Road. Look for a black top driveway with a very wide apron, and a Howard Hanna sign with an orange Geauga Power Sports sign hung from it. We will be doing it again next Sunday, and then every other Sunday from there out. We will ne up there about noon today.
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Old 06-19-2011, 05:48 AM   #1272
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Welcome menmysv! This or the main Ohio thread are as good a place as any for an intro.
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Old 06-19-2011, 06:03 AM   #1273
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Lets keep with that theme



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Old 06-19-2011, 06:10 AM   #1274
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Hey all. Dropping in and introducing myself, although I'm not sure if this is the correct forum to do so...
Well I just recently returned to riding and got my first bike ('03 SV-1000S) since I sold my KDX-200 23 years ago. This is also my first street bike since a Kawi KH-400 triple from 30years ago. I'm slowly gaining skills and getting the rust off and just took a MSF safety course. Wow, I really cannot believe how much I missed riding!
I live in Brooklyn just outside of Cleveland. Would be thrilled to meet some of you and join up on some rides with other buckeyes in the area. Have a great day and ride safe! Steve
Welcome Steve.
I on the east side in Shaker Hts.
What type of riding are you interested in. I got a Vstrom so ride all types but usually look for the gravel and less maintained roads. muddyrabbit's shop GPS puts on several local rides.
I usually end up doing quick rides when I can find the time like this morning. Left about 6:00 and got back by 8:30

send me a PM and we can try to do something down the CVNP way.

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Old 06-19-2011, 07:30 AM   #1275
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Was thinking about popping up there for a family event, snagging the tag, then dragging it down to Alliance on the way home.

Weather and chores kept me from doing so. But you've been warned

Unless I'm not allowed to play NEO tag since I'm just a lurker in this here thread

Nice seeing you again this weekend, Chip. A few of you guys got me sufficiently interested in planning this year's Ohio event at BYOB. Think we can lure rxcrider and some of the other northerners down again for this year's event?

Sorry for the hit and run. Carry on
Good to see you again too Tim, you southerners are certainly welcome to visit our thread and you can certainly snipe our tags if you like. Our tag game is not as active but we have less rules...

I would look forward to another Ohio get together and I think we could pro'ly get a few other northerners interested as well.
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