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Hello from Saskatchewan Canada


Post by 2ringbike »

Hello from Saskatchewan Canada.
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Post by ritalz »

welcome St Louis,Mo. Nice 1100

1975 Goldwing 'Max'
1976 Goldwing 'Grocery Getter' Sold
1985 Goldwing Interstate 'NCC-1985' sold
2003 Goldwing New To Me 1800
1981 Silverwing Sold
1982 Goldeing Project Sold
1981 Goldwing Parted Out
1983 Goldwing New Project
1973 CB500F Long Gone
1966 CL77 First Street Bike
http://www.ngwclub.com/gallery3/index.p ... ans/ritalz
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Location: Nova Scotia Canada

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Post by 5speed »

welcome from the east coast.
1982 1100 standard.
1976 GoldWing. running but not on the road
1978 Goldwing. future cafe project.
1986 Yamaha FJ1200
2019 Can-Am ryker (boss's new ride)
2002 Shadow American Classic(sold)
1983 Shadow 500. (sold)
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Location: Toronto .... Canada

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Post by Rat »

Welcome to the 'Wingdom.

Lots of good info in ShopTalk ...

"I'd rather Ride than Shine"
‘14 KLR650 ... not a rat ... yet
‘84 GL1200i ‘R2B6' (Rat to Be 6, the last, adopted by twowings)
‘76 project .... R2B3 .... sold ...
Team 898, Team LTD 993 ....
My Original 'RAT' was an '82 CB900/1100F
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Location: Barrie, ON, Canada

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Post by Sandy »

Hello from Barrie Ontario.
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Post by NotSoLilCrippseys »

Nice, clean build. Welcome from Maine, USA.
Avatar is a summer '21 photo of the Blue Phoenix, our Winter '21 GL1100I gone naked.
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Location: Manitoba, Canada

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Post by Jonesz »

Hello from Manitoba. Nice clean look to your bike & well done. I bought my 78 from a guy in Pilot Butte, Sk.

1983 GL1100 Aspencade named "Freki" currently undergoing change to a standard. 95% Done
1999 Valkyrie CT 1500 goes by the moniker "Valerie"
1978 Gl1000 "Loki" new project going to be a Cafe Convertible
1979 Suzuki GS850
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Post by Track T 2411 »

Welcome from Wisconsin. I like the silver!
"I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious." - Albert Einstein

"He that is good with a hammer tends to think everything is a nail" - Abraham Maslow

"If you can't take the time to do it right the first time, how are you ever going to find the time to do it over?" -Unknown

Current Rides:
'Grumpy' - '81 Standard, now fully dressed.
'Layla' - '81 Standard w/dealer installed fairing and Hondaline bags.
'Scarlett' '76 'Survivor' nekkid as a j-bird!

Under Construction:
The 'Jalopy' '78-'79 Mash-up
'Quikie' '81 gl1100I back on the lift, project with the step-son!

In The Shed:
'81 gl1100I barn find aka "Josie, the farmer's daughter." (almost comatose build)
'77 gl1000, roller parts bike.
'82 gl1100I, 'Old Crusty' titled roller parts bike (free!)
'82 gl1100I, My first 'Wing, and an expensive lesson!
New2U Bike? Read Me.
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