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Old 11-19-11, 03:34 AM   #1
Time for a change.
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Blast from the past

Many Many Moons ago we had a Posting that was about the various members of the forum and their bikes and accomplishments. It was started by DnvrFox but to keep it updated was very time consuming and it nearly got dropped. For a few years it was taken over by another member but once again that time factor got the better of the posting. It is very time consuming and requires aperson with some computer skills and plenty of time on his hands to keep it updated and running.

No idea how I found it but I have found a link to the "Old" posting and it is at

Many names there from the past and quite a few that are still here but many have passed on to the world of boredom and diasapeared off the face of the forum. Makes for interesting reading if you have any nostalgia for the "Old" days.

So if any one here has the capability and the time to restart this thread- it could be interesting. Will warn you though-It will take lots of time to accomplish and you will have to deal with hundreds of cantancrous old gits that will drive you mad.
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Old 11-19-11, 05:28 AM   #2
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sounds like you found yourself a project to keep you occupied once you retire next year

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Old 11-19-11, 09:31 PM   #3
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I had completely forgotten about this! I used to enjoy seeing the photos and reading the bios.
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