Willow Creek/Weaverville, Trinity Alps Ride, 2013

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Re: Willow Creek/Weaverville, Trinity Alps Ride, 2013

Postby Jim » June 26th, 2013, 7:05 am

The Stormtrooper wrote:Hey everybody, I passed my background check! (Luckily, no 10 day waiting period too..)

I just wanted to say that I had a great time and it was really cool how welcoming everyone was to the newbie. As some of you found out, other than a summer I spent riding my buddy's Kawi ZX10 Ninja 1000 back in high school (great starter bike by the way, I seem to recall it being able to do 60 MPH in 1st :doh:) I've only been riding since last September. I bought a 1991 Kawi Ninja EX500 and rode it long enough to figure out I was hooked. I bought my Bimmer in February and never looked back.

Again, I really enjoyed meeting you all, what a great group of guys (and gals!!). I learned a lot on this on ride and I appreciated the advice (thanks George!). I'm glad to be on SCAM now and I look forward to riding with all of you again soon!!

Rob

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Re: Willow Creek/Weaverville, Trinity Alps Ride, 2013

Postby phil t. » June 26th, 2013, 12:37 pm

Great ride everybody. Came back early cause camping in the rain for 3 days just ain't happenin'
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Re: Willow Creek/Weaverville, Trinity Alps Ride, 2013

Postby dravnx » June 26th, 2013, 2:07 pm

I too want to echo Rob's comments. I had a great weekend with a great group, really appreciated the patience shown to this noob, learned a huge amount about my bike and my riding abilities (or lack thereof) and look forward to future rides.
Jeff the smoked fish guy.

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Re: Willow Creek/Weaverville, Trinity Alps Ride, 2013

Postby bluethunder » June 26th, 2013, 6:21 pm

It was great eatin' your fish..D'ho..I mean talkin' with you!!You keep bringing that smoke Tuna and we'll make you the ring leader!!!!!!!!!!!! :hutch: Thanks for that :clap:
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Re: Willow Creek/Weaverville, Trinity Alps Ride, 2013

Postby Hutch » June 26th, 2013, 7:03 pm

The Stormtrooper wrote:Hey everybody, I passed my background check! (Luckily, no 10 day waiting period too..)

I just wanted to say that I had a great time and it was really cool how welcoming everyone was to the newbie. As some of you found out, other than a summer I spent riding my buddy's Kawi ZX10 Ninja 1000 back in high school (great starter bike by the way, I seem to recall it being able to do 60 MPH in 1st :doh:) I've only been riding since last September. I bought a 1991 Kawi Ninja EX500 and rode it long enough to figure out I was hooked. I bought my Bimmer in February and never looked back.

Again, I really enjoyed meeting you all, what a great group of guys (and gals!!). I learned a lot on this on ride and I appreciated the advice (thanks George!). I'm glad to be on SCAM now and I look forward to riding with all of you again soon!!

Rob

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Re: Willow Creek/Weaverville, Trinity Alps Ride, 2013

Postby Hutch » June 26th, 2013, 7:09 pm

dravnx wrote:I too want to echo Rob's comments. I had a great weekend with a great group, really appreciated the patience shown to this noob, learned a huge amount about my bike and my riding abilities (or lack thereof) and look forward to future rides.
Jeff the smoked fish guy.

Great meeting you man and glad your here! :good:
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Re: Willow Creek/Weaverville, Trinity Alps Ride, 2013

Postby Bird Man » June 27th, 2013, 10:31 am

Guys this is Joe Smith on the Super Tenere 1200. I have been telling everyone in my circle of friends that I really don't have words to descibe how incredibly awesome and Epic the Willow Creek ride was and even more so the group of guys that were there to make it all happen. Their is not one part of the week-end from the roads, to the dirt, to dinner and drinks that didn't build on itself. My sincere thanks to everyone, without exception, for making me feel like I've been a SCAM member for years. I am also a much better rider than I was when I started. So many of you gave me tips that by Sunday were sinking in and working for me. You guys are the Best!

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Re: Willow Creek/Weaverville, Trinity Alps Ride, 2013

Postby Hutch » June 27th, 2013, 11:55 pm

Bird Man wrote:Guys this is Joe Smith on the Super Tenere 1200. I have been telling everyone in my circle of friends that I really don't have words to descibe how incredibly awesome and Epic the Willow Creek ride was and even more so the group of guys that were there to make it all happen. Their is not one part of the week-end from the roads, to the dirt, to dinner and drinks that didn't build on itself. My sincere thanks to everyone, without exception, for making me feel like I've been a SCAM member for years. I am also a much better rider than I was when I started. So many of you gave me tips that by Sunday were sinking in and working for me. You guys are the Best!


So glad you made it on the Willow Creek Ride Joe and great to meet you Brotha! I hope to see you again soon out on some rides or at a Bike Night! In the meantime, take care and ride safe. :D
Chris...

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Re: Willow Creek/Weaverville, Trinity Alps Ride, 2013

Postby Jim » June 28th, 2013, 6:34 am

Hutch wrote:
Bird Man wrote:Guys this is Joe Smith on the Super Tenere 1200. I have been telling everyone in my circle of friends that I really don't have words to descibe how incredibly awesome and Epic the Willow Creek ride was and even more so the group of guys that were there to make it all happen. Their is not one part of the week-end from the roads, to the dirt, to dinner and drinks that didn't build on itself. My sincere thanks to everyone, without exception, for making me feel like I've been a SCAM member for years. I am also a much better rider than I was when I started. So many of you gave me tips that by Sunday were sinking in and working for me. You guys are the Best!


So glad you made it on the Willow Creek Ride Joe and great to meet you Brotha! I hope to see you again soon out on some rides or at a Bike Night! In the meantime, take care and ride safe. :D

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Re: Willow Creek/Weaverville, Trinity Alps Ride, 2013

Postby Hutch » June 28th, 2013, 7:27 am

Jim wrote:
Hutch wrote:
Bird Man wrote:Guys this is Joe Smith on the Super Tenere 1200. I have been telling everyone in my circle of friends that I really don't have words to descibe how incredibly awesome and Epic the Willow Creek ride was and even more so the group of guys that were there to make it all happen. Their is not one part of the week-end from the roads, to the dirt, to dinner and drinks that didn't build on itself. My sincere thanks to everyone, without exception, for making me feel like I've been a SCAM member for years. I am also a much better rider than I was when I started. So many of you gave me tips that by Sunday were sinking in and working for me. You guys are the Best!


So glad you made it on the Willow Creek Ride Joe and great to meet you Brotha! I hope to see you again soon out on some rides or at a Bike Night! In the meantime, take care and ride safe. :D

And that's what it's all about! The essence we're shooting for here. Welcome!

Word! :grin:

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