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Anyone going to RhineBeck?

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Post Mon Jun 08, 2009 12:39 pm

Posts: 1642
Location: Interlaken, NY USA

Well, that time of year again, I'm getting the '44 Bobber BT ready to run to Rhinebeck. Anyone else here planning to be there? I'm planning to be there Friday and Saturday. Hope the weather cooperates :)

Post Mon Jun 08, 2009 2:32 pm

Posts: 128
Location: BRANFORD, CT

Hi Dick,

I'll be there all 3 days. Same spot, inside with 45 Rsatoration, with all my goodies.
Anyone who can, I hope you will stop by and let me put a face with a name.

Bruce Argetsinger
AHRMA Dirt Track # 67J

Post Tue Jun 09, 2009 7:56 am

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Post Tue Jun 09, 2009 4:58 pm

Posts: 1642
Location: Interlaken, NY USA

Well, keep an eye out for the old guy with a harley hat :-)

Post Mon Jun 29, 2009 11:42 am

Posts: 1642
Location: Interlaken, NY USA

Well, here's an update on the trip to Rhinebeck. Rode the 44U/85"stroker out there and back with no problems. Did 800 miles over the week end. Left Friday AM from home for Rhinebeck. Then, on Saturday afternoon, left Rhinebeck for Warwick, Rhode Island to visit my youngest Son. Then on home the next day. Rolled down the Mass turnpike and NY thruway for about 400 miles of steady 65 riding, and everything stayed inside! I'm pleased with how things went. I did have a heart in your throat moment, when a plug wire came loose, made me look to see if a cylinder fell off :-).
While at Rhinebeck met up with MC Geezer, Moldthread,and Carl. Nice to put faces to people. Enjoyed visiting with all. Picked up some more "Peek" seals for the last bike to be switched over. Admired Bruce's latest creation, repo late style WR timing covers and KHK cam lobes. Nice work Bruce.
your wandering correspondent,

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