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Old 04-18-2005, 04:56 AM   #31
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Wow, Merideth's bike is great. I had hoped to see you/her/them at Morton's, got there about 9 but had to leave a bit after 11. Light turnout by the time I left (compared to last year's extravaganza anyway).
Hope to see you guys riding around C'Ville after the bugs are worked out.
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Old 04-18-2005, 08:54 AM   #32
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Wow, Merideth's bike is great. I had hoped to see you/her/them at Morton's, got there about 9 but had to leave a bit after 11. Light turnout by the time I left (compared to last year's extravaganza anyway).
Hope to see you guys riding around C'Ville after the bugs are worked out.
Ted
It does look great. I got to sleep with it while working on my bike a few weeks ago. Not that way you sick-os. It was in the guest house.

Sorry I missed you guys Anton. I had to cut out at 11... Well I was supposed to cut out at 11, but I saw Party Boss Rick coming in at about noon. Chatted with him for a few mins then headed out.

Good roads and good riding on the way there and back.
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Old 04-18-2005, 03:24 PM   #33
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What was the nicest/oldest bike there? Meredith probably had a shot at that one.
Oldest bike was a 1937 R35, but I disqualified it as it belonged to the DC Vintage BMW club president. Next oldest bike was a /3, but I disqualified it as it belonged to the club president. Winning oldest bike was a 1969 R60US, so if you'd gotten there earlier your /3 would have won. From the looks of it you would have had a shot at "people's choice" as well.

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