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Title: NALOC roll call thread.
Post by: angonemoto on March 24, 2017, 20:23
Hi all,
The new riding season is starting, so let's find out where we all are and see about getting a few of us together across North America on our Laverdas.  ;D

Bob Angone
Berwyn, IL
312-218-2584
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Post by: IAG on March 24, 2017, 22:53
Bob Colbert
St John Indiana
Contact via email
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Post by: drdezmo on March 24, 2017, 23:28
Mike Larson
Phoenix, Az.
Contact by email
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Post by: sonomalaverda on March 25, 2017, 01:01
Alex Dodd
Sonoma, CA
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Post by: '71 SF on March 25, 2017, 12:52
Clay Caessens
Pensacola Florida
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Post by: mcnicol on March 25, 2017, 16:31
Ken McNicol
Tampa Bay Florida
NOT an American, though, I just live here!!! (not leaving the door open for that!)
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Post by: '71 SF on March 26, 2017, 00:02
Ken McNicol
Tampa Bay Florida
NOT an American, though, I just live here!!! (not leaving the door open for that!)

 :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:, there's a lot of others that are just living here too. Lots of "North America" out there though.

Have you been doing much riding yet?

Clay
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Post by: mcnicol on March 27, 2017, 03:22
Clay, g'day mate, no, no riding except just to work, end of year exams are about to be on top of us and weekends are now just recovering from the week. Bloody shame, the weather has been absolutely beautiful the last few weeks. Paucity of destinations in central Florida remains an issue, don't know if it's all that much better in the Panhandle but it's not as flat so at least you have that. I did go to Honduras and Belize and Mexico on a cruise for a week, also not good places for motorcycling (although fascinating places to visit).
And as I mentioned a few weeks ago, my plans for taking out US citizenship are coming along, I have finally submitted a naturalisation application. Will probably take a full year to process (there's a lot of people like me who have decided that it just makes sense to do it now). But I'll still be an Australian living in the US because that's who I am. I will get to vote, though, something I've felt bad about not doing for a long time, I've always believed citizens in a a democracy have an obligation to be active participants in the process of democracy.

Ken
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Post by: henrywillms on March 27, 2017, 15:37
Henry Willms
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
henryjwillms@shaw.ca
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Post by: helicopterjim on March 27, 2017, 20:24
Jim Henderson
Rosedale, BC
Canada
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Post by: aebbern on March 27, 2017, 21:06
Andy Ebbern
Calgary, Alberta
Canada
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Post by: '71 SF on March 29, 2017, 23:49
Clay, g'day mate, no, no riding except just to work, end of year exams are about to be on top of us and weekends are now just recovering from the week. Bloody shame, the weather has been absolutely beautiful the last few weeks. Paucity of destinations in central Florida remains an issue, don't know if it's all that much better in the Panhandle but it's not as flat so at least you have that. I did go to Honduras and Belize and Mexico on a cruise for a week, also not good places for motorcycling (although fascinating places to visit).
And as I mentioned a few weeks ago, my plans for taking out US citizenship are coming along, I have finally submitted a naturalisation application. Will probably take a full year to process (there's a lot of people like me who have decided that it just makes sense to do it now). But I'll still be an Australian living in the US because that's who I am. I will get to vote, though, something I've felt bad about not doing for a long time, I've always believed citizens in a a democracy have an obligation to be active participants in the process of democracy.

Ken

Ken, glad you are getting to do some riding. Patti and I are in a massive rebuild of the back yard so my riding has been sidelined for the 1200 and mainly on the 1100S.

On the citizenship side glad you are doing it voluntarily and not at gun point  :o One thing for sure is you will be required to know more about the Constitution and the Republic than the majority of those under 30! The thread got a bit blown up by me over Trump, nothing thrown personal at you or anyone else that lives the same way (and there are a lot) as you do. By no means is Trump the most likable individual, and some of the shit he say's just amazes me but Americans have finally had enough of the same old politicians that have made a living (becoming multi-millionaires) off of the taxpayers. Will it work? We'll see. The latest fiasco with the healthcare shows just how in-bread all of DC is. The irony, there is no need for a federal healthcare law-that belongs to the states and has been on the books for years. All this just shows how bad that bad can get. But, we have motorcycles that make our lives more pacified and allows our travels to cool places that you and I get to go to helps us to forget all the BS.

So now we need to see where everybody is and where we all would like to meet. The country is huge and traveling for everybody is going to be a long journey but maybe we can break it up into two or three three sections-Northwestish starting in Canada-Midcentralish-southeastish. Or Northeastish starting in Canada-Midcentralish-southwestish. Lots of roads to cover.

Cheers

Clay
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Post by: Dellortoman on March 30, 2017, 00:39
So now we need to see where everybody is and where we all would like to meet. The country is huge and traveling for everybody is going to be a long journey ...

You guys could all meet in Lebanon.


No not THAT Lebanon, the one in Kansas. It's the geographic centre of USA.
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Post by: helicopterjim on March 30, 2017, 01:04
It's the geographic centre of USA.

Only if the following meeting is in the geographic centre of Canada ........ it's only fair you know.
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Post by: sonomalaverda on March 30, 2017, 02:53
Or we could just say sod it all and ride coast to coast together both ways

ALEX
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Post by: helicopterjim on March 30, 2017, 05:27
Or we could just say sod it all and ride coast to coast together both ways

ALEX

Ok ......... you ride north to Vancouver ....... then we head east ......... then when we hit the Atlantic we go south (eating seafood as often as we like). We stop in to see PG's bike in Florida and then we head west from there. When we get to California we drink wine and when my hangover is gone ...... I can head north ...... or not.

Everyone else fills in the details of all the in between bits.
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Post by: jotacorsa on March 30, 2017, 16:05
At least we all ride motorbikes that can complete such a journey, not anymore certain my body can....

Kansas? Aren't those roads like Nebraska. all 90 degree corners around corn fields?

How about riding in the Rockies?

This is still the definitive book for Colorado https://www.amazon.com/Colorado-Riders-Guide-Motorcycle/dp/097189731X

I know Ed and Eric are in Colorado.
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Post by: 3C-Wayne on March 30, 2017, 20:21
I'm in Northern NJ.

I'll be in (Clay's neighborhood) Fort Walton Beach, Fla May 2nd-4th for business so won't have my Laverda, but would be happy to meet any forum members if you care to stop by at the Holiday Inn on the beach.

Wayne 
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Post by: angonemoto on March 31, 2017, 20:21
Wow, nice turnout on the thread. I know that I will be heading out to pick up my triple from Scott this riding season. Plan for the moment is to use a van to go get it and the spares that have come off of it. That means I will be running out to Santa Fe NM area and back to Chicago. It also means I could stop anywhere in between and pull the bike out for a riding session. So that's out there as well. As you all know, the parts in between there are not as inspiring as other corners of the country to ride across, so I have another thought.

What I would like to propose is a little bragging contest on who has the best roads near where they live. I'm from Illinois so I lose right out of the box. The Rockies are outstanding and parts of the Ozark Mountains in Arkansas are racetracks with very little side traffic or gravel. I've ridden around the badlands and through the Dakotas, which is ok and Montana is beautiful. Same with Idaho and Arizona.

So what do you guys say about your neck of the woods? If you have particular roads to ID for context, bring it.
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Post by: helicopterjim on March 31, 2017, 21:37
Riding in British Columbia ain't so bad ...... if you like twisty roads.

http://www.destinationhighways.com/dh/9SouthKootenays/1sum.htm (http://www.destinationhighways.com/dh/9SouthKootenays/1sum.htm)
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Post by: '71 SF on April 02, 2017, 02:15
I agree with Scott's point on being able to do long rides. While I will probably get laughed at by the rest of the forum members my body can no longer do the milage like I did in my 20's. I think about the trip I did when I brought the SF into the country form Italy, Norfolk to Seattle ended up being more than 3,000 miles in a little more than 4 days (one leg was nearly 800 miles and 23 hours, and remember that the speed limit back then was 55). That trip today in a really nice rental car will take me 8-10 days (if I were ever to drive that far again, a Boeing 767 in first class is a much better way to make it happen  8) )

So today doing a few hundred miles is a long stretch on two wheels but like it has been pointed out trailering part of the trip would make it doable. Just need to have the roads that others would enjoy along with the inevitable drive. Along with the distance the weather and temperatures will have a large impact, no more snow for me!

There is always an open invitation when anyone of you comes near my part of the world, but our riding here is like what Ken pointed out, pretty flat. However, a couple hundred miles to the north and there are some great roads so making the trek would be part of the fun. The Talladega forrest and Cheahaw State park are incredible rides, and then the tail of the dragon is rated one of the best rides in the east.

Like Jim pointed out it is great that this thread is taking off, a good sign of things to come  ;D

Clay
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Post by: Richard on April 05, 2017, 16:31
I'm still here in flyover land.

Minneapolis.

Richard Wiesner

612-723-9216
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Post by: Shamrock on April 05, 2017, 17:18
Phillip Gonzalez
Sunny South Florida (Miami)
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Post by: Shamrock on April 05, 2017, 18:28
I have an exciting and looong ride coming up next month with five local guys. I will be the only one on a Laverda btw. The bikes leave Miami on a trailer the 6th of May and we should all be in Yuma, Arizona by the 8th. I arrive on the 7th. On the morning of the 9th we all head west on our bikes to California for a ride around the Joshua Tree National Park. This should be an 8-10 hour ride and hopefully I will still have a back by the end of the day. We will spend the night in Temecula just about 100 miles west of the park.  Early morning on the 10th we are taking off due west in search of Pacific Coast Highway, also known as PCH. It's been 25 years since I left SoCal so this ride will bring back many many memories. Once on PCH we are heading South to San Ysidro where we will cross the border into Mexico!!  Órale Cabron!  Hopefully Trumps wall is not up by the time we return. Lol.  We continue South to Ensenada where will spend the night and get some rest. This should be a 6 hour ride more or less.  There we will have some Baja style fish tacos which are amazing and down a few drinks and maybe some tequila.  The next morning we are heading southeast to San Felipe where we will stay 2-3 nights.  We rented two Palapa's on the beach in San Felipe .  If you don't know what that is, it's a traditional Mexican sheltered roof with no exterior walls.  There we will spend the 2-3 nights.  This ride semi coincides with the Annual El Diablo Run.  It should be fun.  Anyone who wants to ride with us is welcomed to.  We all should be back in Yuma by the 15th and I will hopefully be back to work the 16th.   
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Post by: henrywillms on April 05, 2017, 18:37
sounds like a fun ride. I too traier my Laverda to far away destinations and the unload and ride. The only way to really enjoy roads in North America that are on the other side of the continent. Iwas in SoCal a year ago....the PCH is pretty slow and congested around San  Diego but  the bars, beers and broads are great. Enjoy the ride and and good on you for taking  a Laverda to ride.
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Post by: 19753C(E) on April 05, 2017, 18:48
John McCron
Crawfordville, Florida - just south of Tallahassee
johnmccron@gmail.com

The roads in Florida are hopeless - don't bother.  For me it's the alphabet roads in Southern Wisconsin...twists, turns, hills, brats and beer. 
Nuf said.
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Post by: peterc on April 06, 2017, 00:35
Peter Corkeron
Falmouth MA.

If anyone ever gets to Cape Cod.
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Post by: Mozz on April 06, 2017, 02:25
John Morris

Toronto - Ontario

Made it as far as MotoBlot, Chicago 2yrs ago, road was sh1t all the way
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Post by: angonemoto on April 12, 2017, 16:26
Yes, the Chicago area is dreadful. Our neighbors to the north call us Flatlanders.
I have two "big" rides this summer. One is solo to retrieve my triple from Scott in New Mexico. I'm going out by van, and don't really have a pan for the route back. I figure I will take a day to ride it around the Taos area, then load it up and get it home. That timeline is TBD, but I will keep you posted.

The second trip is in September, a week or 2 after Labor Day. Myself and 3-4 others will leave from Chicago, head south into the Missouri/Arkansas border area and we will make basecamp in a cabin in Jasper, AR. From there we will ride around on those twisties for a 2-3 days. Then head up to southwest Wisconsin to ride the letter roads up there and meet up with about 40-50 vintage motorcyle folk for the weekend. Most of them are from Chicago and Milwaukee. The basecamp there is in Boscobel, WI. We hang out there for the weekend, then head back to Chicago.

If anyone is within range of those parts of the county during those times of the year let me know, it would be great to coordinate a way meet you.

Best,
Bob
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Post by: henrywillms on April 12, 2017, 16:56
Both great riding areas. I have not been to Arkansas but I know it has great roads for motorcycles and I plan to get  there one day. As to Wisconin, I am pretty familiar with that area. The county Alphabet roads are great for playing on, but some are getting a bit rough for the old Laverda suspension. No problem though the next one will be smooth. Watch for sand and gravel in the corners especially at the bottom of hills and at intersections.  I like the area north of where you are staying for  riding.  And if you go through the Amish/Mennonite areas watch for horse shit on the roads.  As well I slow right down and idle past the horse and buggy so I dont  startle the horses.
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Post by: angonemoto on April 12, 2017, 19:15
All good points. I have been riding up in SW Wisconsin for decades. I low sided a 2002 BMW R1100s in 2004 on gravel because I was riding like a arsehole and lifted the rear wheel when the jug touched down due to some of that fabulous gravel. Rode the bike home, only had a dime sized road rash mark on the outside of my knee where the textile burned through before I let the bike go. Good times!
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Post by: futuraman on May 02, 2017, 00:32
Geez, I've been away too long!

George Brown
Knoxville, Tennessee

40 miles from the Tail of the Dragon (too crowded on weekends, but just one of many great roads.
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Post by: Rusty Spokes on May 16, 2017, 13:15
Bob Pauley
Decatur, Ga.
rjpauley&gmail.com
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Post by: Lee87H on May 29, 2017, 23:49
Lee Hendrickson
Schenectady,NY
lee87h@nycap.rr.com

The Adirondacks has some of the best roads in the country.
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Post by: martydap on June 24, 2017, 03:58
Hi. I'm a new member. I have a 1974 750 SF2. Bought it two years ago. It was quite a mess. It sat in a wet shed for 21 years. It's running now. Lot of fun to ride. I live in north central Massachusetts. I'm in for a rally or at least a meet up.
The IMOC (Italian Motorcycle Owners Club) will be holding it's 34th annual rally in Sturbridge, MA on Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017 at the Hamilton Rod & Gun Club. That may be an event to meet up with some other New England Laverda riders.

Marty D'Apolito
Leominster, MA
(birthplace of Johnny Appleseed)
martydap@gmail.com
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Post by: Rusty Spokes on June 24, 2017, 13:59
Marty..welcome to the nut-house
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Post by: jotacorsa on June 24, 2017, 15:29
There are usually a few Lavs that show up at the IMOC show, Marty. The owner of this one http://www.laverdaforum.com/forum/index.php/topic,95330.0.html is one of the folks running the show.

Welcome. I like the color on your 750!
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Post by: peterc on June 24, 2017, 18:44
Hi Marty

I'm in Falmouth MA, down on the Cape, if you ever get down this way.

Doing up an SF2 as well, only much slower than you did.

Peter
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Post by: angonemoto on June 25, 2017, 15:18
Cheers Marty. Creating a centralized rally for us is tough due to how far apart we are from each other, but I will keep trying to figure something out. I enjoy my SF2 quite a bit, great looking bike you have there.
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Post by: Eurocycleguy on July 20, 2017, 22:58
Larry Pepper
East Dundee, IL (40 miles west of She Ka go)
eurocycleguy@gmail.com
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Post by: helicopterjim on July 21, 2017, 01:05
I hope you are keeping a list of all the names Bob ......... maybe a post with a compendium of all the names so I won't forget who is who ...... or who is where!
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Post by: '71 SF on July 26, 2017, 23:28
Not sure if anybody can make it but the Barbers Vintage Bike Festival is coming up in October 6 through the 8th.

http://www.barbermuseum.org/events/barber-vintage-festival/ (http://www.barbermuseum.org/events/barber-vintage-festival/)

Do we have any body that lives up here in Oklahoma/OKC?

Clay
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Post by: helicopterjim on July 27, 2017, 08:06

Do we have any body that lives up here in Oklahoma/OKC?

Clay

I know a crazy professor who live one block from Barber. he has offered a place to stay if I ever make it there .....
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Post by: wdietz186 on July 29, 2017, 01:23
I'm kinda in the middle of the east coast. 25 north of Wash. DC.  Soon to be relocating to the Blue Ridge north of Lynchburg Va.

   Bill Dietz
   wdietz186@comcast.net
 

   Going to try to get to Barber
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Post by: '71 SF on July 30, 2017, 16:28
I know a crazy professor who live one block from Barber. he has offered a place to stay if I ever make it there .....

So Jim, you have a place to stay, a reason to come, we'll see you in October  ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D
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Post by: helicopterjim on July 31, 2017, 04:55
So Jim, you have a place to stay, a reason to come, we'll see you in October  ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

If the forest fires ever let up ....... heard that one fire travelled 3 kilometers in one hour today. I saw mushroom clouds from the smoke columns off to the north and east ...... not good. I have my mandatory 3 days off starting tomorrow but then right back at it ...... I have a feeling this is going to carry on into the fall.
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Post by: '71 SF on July 31, 2017, 22:29
Are you working the California or Montana fires
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Post by: helicopterjim on August 01, 2017, 18:09
Are you working the California or Montana fires

British Columbia ......... not good here either .... plus Washington is going off now too!
 
The Prime Minister visited the fire zone ...... but really didn't do much. They couldn't find any LGBT personnel for him to pose for selfie's with .....

http://globalnews.ca/news/3636411/b-c-wildfire-status-monday-more-than-426000-hectares-scorched-so-far/ (http://globalnews.ca/news/3636411/b-c-wildfire-status-monday-more-than-426000-hectares-scorched-so-far/)

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Post by: '71 SF on August 03, 2017, 02:06
The Prime Minister visited the fire zone ...... but really didn't do much. They couldn't find any LGBT personnel for him to pose for selfie's with .....

 :o :o :o You must go to sensitivity training! Not. Same crap here with the liberal left that throws everything out as if we all need to convert to their lifestyles or we are some kind of phob. Maybe let them do the ground work fighting the fires, at least it will keep them busy  :laugh:
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Post by: Legs on August 03, 2017, 04:05
Interested how you over there use your airborne firefighting assets.
Here in South Aus. we have a fleet of air tractors based in the Hills to the east of Adelaide. On days of high fire danger when the risk is deemed to be extreme or catastrophic the pilots are ready to get airborne within a minute or two, bit like a 'Battle of Britain' scramble. The aircraft are responded as soon as a fire is reported and usually have dumped on the fire before the ground crews arrive, in the Hills that's usually within five minutes of  being responded. We have larger aircraft as well, such as air-cranes and large fixed wing jobs but the really effective aircraft are the air tractors which can get in quick and knock the fire down before it gets too large.
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Post by: helicopterjim on August 03, 2017, 05:53
We have the Air Tractors as well ..... great tool. The situation right now is beyond stopping any fires ....... it is pretty much structure protection now and nothing more. We need Tanker One now (mother nature!).

I was doing the Initial Attack earlier this year ...... same deal with red alert but we have a 4 man crew of firefighters and I have a water bucket to use on a fire when it is small.
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Post by: Legs on August 03, 2017, 07:32
Good to hear that the approach to firefighting is pretty universal.
Good luck and stay safe.
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Post by: Dellortoman on August 03, 2017, 08:28
I had to google air tractor. Surprised at how small it is.

Do they call them tractors because they pull gliders?
(Well, I don't reckon it's because they'll pull a plough).
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Post by: pf1 on August 03, 2017, 13:19
The fires in Portugal in June nearly got my village, the whole place was encircled but fortunately the cork oaks around the village acted as a barrier (I believe) and stopped the spread of the flames.
A lot of people perished in those fires, about 36 poor souls burned to death in their cars trying to escape. Other people burned in their homes.
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Post by: helicopterjim on August 03, 2017, 15:45
I had to google air tractor. Surprised at how small it is.

Do they call them tractors because they pull gliders?
(Well, I don't reckon it's because they'll pull a plough).

The 802 is a big aircraft for single engine. The all up weight is 16,000 pounds and the wingspan is almost 60 feet.

(http://aero-spray.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/AT-802.png)

(https://i.ytimg.com/vi/UEKs784_Riw/maxresdefault.jpg)

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Post by: Dellortoman on August 04, 2017, 01:19
I presume that orange stuff is fire retardant.
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Post by: Legs on August 04, 2017, 03:09
Air tractors are converted to crop dusters during the off season, think that's their primary role. As Jim said, they aren't small planes. The ones we have here are fitted with sirens to warn the firefighters on the ground that they are about to dump on you, they don't look small when they are about fifty feet above you. One of their greatest assets is how quickly they can get airborne.
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Post by: Clumber981 on August 10, 2017, 23:15
Quote
Only if the following meeting is in the geographic centre of Canada ........
we all know NOBODY lives near the geographic centre of Canada!.. Didn't I read that 95% of (human)  population is within 70 mile of the border or something like that?
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Post by: '71 SF on August 11, 2017, 00:23
I presume that orange stuff is fire retardant.
Cam, they are painting the side of the mountain to look like a SFC  8)

Big hopper and a lot of horse power makes for a great dumper in tight spots. Jim, what are you flying and how big is the bucket?

Clay
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Post by: helicopterjim on August 11, 2017, 04:16
we all know NOBODY lives near the geographic centre of Canada!

So you HAVE been to Baker Lake ......
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Post by: helicopterjim on August 11, 2017, 04:18
Jim, what are you flying and how big is the bucket?

Bell 407 ........ use a 200 gallon bucket. That's 240 gallons in USA and 900 liters most everywhere else.
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Post by: '71 SF on August 15, 2017, 04:04
Bell 407 ........ use a 200 gallon bucket. That's 240 gallons in USA and 900 liters most everywhere else.

Good money in being the guy on a bench handing out water!
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Post by: angonemoto on November 13, 2017, 20:13
Hi there,
We got some action out on Facebook. If you would like to hang out there here's the link.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/442104266158927/?ref=group_header

See you there,
Bob
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Post by: zorba75482 on November 26, 2017, 16:30
Steve Humphries
East Texas
US
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Post by: triumphguy on November 28, 2017, 21:41
Patrick Cherry
Ojai, CA   USA
Daily ride(s) are 1998 Triumph Sprint Executive and 1995 Triumph Daytona 1200
Slowly putting together 1979 1200 Jota America
Always up for a ride.  There are some great 3 to 8 hour loops originating in Ojai that do not involve retracing your route.
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Post by: dave48 on December 19, 2017, 19:23
Dave Wiley
Kansas City area
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Post by: 2topia on January 03, 2018, 04:46
Nate
Charlotte , NC
2 Topia Cycles

We like Euro stuff...

1998 668 Ghost Strike
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Post by: Used Piston on January 10, 2018, 21:43
John Burkhard
San Rafael, CA
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Post by: 1972750 on January 26, 2018, 02:28
I wish this would happen somewhere in north california! I,m in benicia would love to get together with other owners!!
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Post by: angonemoto on March 02, 2018, 17:11
Take a look at the post above this one. Mt Airy, NC in May. Your wish just came true.
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Post by: SFCRex on October 04, 2019, 20:54
Rex Vaughn
Spur, Texas
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Post by: angonemoto on January 02, 2020, 19:30
Nice lot of bikes Rex. Cheers.
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Post by: 1200ts on January 30, 2020, 18:13
Bruce Farren
Riverside CA.
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Post by: ksoholm on January 31, 2020, 05:58
Kristian Soholm
Seattle, WA

Let's get this thing off the ground, what?
Title: Re: NALOC roll call thread.
Post by: oldbikesrcool on February 13, 2020, 13:29
Agreed!!

BELLINGHAM, WA

‘83 RGS
‘78 500 Alpino/Zeta
Title: Re: NALOC roll call thread.
Post by: helicopterjim on February 13, 2020, 21:03
Lots of talk ...... no action.

Shall I leave it at that?

Jim
Title: Re: NALOC roll call thread.
Post by: sonomalaverda on February 14, 2020, 03:59
Alex Dodd
Sonoma, CA
Title: Re: NALOC roll call thread.
Post by: SFCRex on February 16, 2020, 17:46
SFCRex, Spur, Texas
Title: Re: NALOC roll call thread.
Post by: 1200 JOTA on February 16, 2020, 21:24
I’d better show some support here ... Tahoe CA