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#491686 - 05/25/13 2:13 pm ID'ing riders: 2013 TSMR Rider Photos Thread  
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Hi Gordon,

Pretty sure #'s 1, 2 & 3 are part of the Indiana contigent that came in with Jack Adams...

IIRC, #4 was a guy named Dan...?? Can't remember his last name...

HTH,

Steve


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#491692 - 05/25/13 2:37 pm Re: ID'ing riders: 2013 TSMR Rider Photos Thread [Re: JubeePrince]  
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Steve...I'm the ABSOLUTE worst at remembering names blush.

I do have a Dan Hudson on the sign in sheet...so until we hear different he's #4

I think you're right about the others...at least 2 of them.

Thanks for the help...and after a while... laughing ...I'll get over blaming YOU for the weather. laughing

Take care my friend.....Gordon (aka The Skipper)

#491695 - 05/25/13 2:45 pm Re: ID'ing riders: 2013 TSMR Rider Photos Thread [Re: JubeePrince]  
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Ha! You can only hope that is was my words that caused the rain, not my mere presence, because I am DAMN sure coming NEXT year!! laughing

Thanks again for a FANTASTIC weekend!

Cheers,

Steve


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#491698 - 05/25/13 3:43 pm Re: ID'ing riders: 2013 TSMR Rider Photos Thread [Re: JubeePrince]  
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Can't help with ID'ing those Indiana guys...
Never really got any of their names, and barely spoke to them. Tho after a closer look, #2 is the guy whose bike wouldn't start after the rain at supper Friday night- if that helps at all....

The "Dan" is indeed Dan Hudson- he'd PMd me prior to coming, so I had his name. The guy on the R100S? I never really nailed his name. Don't think he was from Indiana tho- cuz he drove in in a truck, and a couple hours later, his wife came in in a car, giving me a feeling that they were somewhat local.... Close enough for them to both pop in.

That last pic is Wes, NoName Bill & Gordon's daughter, Steve (JubeePrince), Shaun & Lisa, Wade, and me- I'm pretty sure.... MikeG, Brian (RoyalOilfield), Bob (Howard Inough), & Windy had already rounded the next turn, which I am about to enter. Guess this would have been the whole "fast group" minus the four who'd already "gone 'round the bend".... If you'll pardon the expression! laugh

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#491702 - 05/25/13 3:56 pm Re: ID'ing riders: 2013 TSMR Rider Photos Thread [Re: JubeePrince]  
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Gordon,#1 is Scott(Skip) Barker and #2 is Don Beadle. #3 is not one of the Indy group as we only brought Brit Bikes. Our last guy was on a Commando,but I don't think #4 is him,I'll be checking on that today. Jack

#491720 - 05/25/13 6:36 pm Re: ID'ing riders: 2013 TSMR Rider Photos Thread [Re: ricochetrider]  
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Originally Posted By: ricochetrider

That last pic is Wes, NoName Bill & Gordon's daughter, Steve (JubeePrince), Shaun & Lisa, Wade, and me- I'm pretty sure.... MikeG, Brian (RoyalOilfield), Bob (Howard Inough), & Windy had already rounded the next turn, which I am about to enter. Guess this would have been the whole "fast group" minus the four who'd already "gone 'round the bend".... If you'll pardon the expression! laugh


You nailed that one Tom. This was on the Snake after lunch....I passed Shaun, Lisa & Wade in the valley (legally! grin ), then you waved me by when we turned onto Rt 58 I think...I then chased Windy and Howard the rest of the way to the 2nd gas stop...except for that one pucker moment, it was fun!

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#491896 - 05/27/13 2:48 pm Re: ID'ing riders: 2013 TSMR Rider Photos Thread [Re: JubeePrince]  
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Gordon, the lead guy in #3 is Jimmie Raz (my army bud) on his BMW. That's me behind him sucking up pollutants on my "enviornmentally friendly" Norton! STILL floating from my TSMR high, even though it was a"nautical" experience. cylinder on it's way to the Carter's tuesday. Speakiing of, measured oil during drain...1.5 qt in tank, 0.25 qt in sump. Burned 1.25 qt from lunch stop to BRI. That's a GOOD oil consuption rate ,right??????? Cheers, W&L


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#491898 - 05/27/13 2:59 pm Re: ID'ing riders: 2013 TSMR Rider Photos Thread [Re: williewhyte]  
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Thanks for the help Willie bigt. Hey.....that oil rate isn't the worst one yet is it????? laughing I think Alex S still holds that record....second would Ron T so that makes you running a close third. laughing

Always good to see you and the lovely Linda...and I hate that I didn't get to say a proper goodby.. frown..I'll make up for it next year.

See ya my friend....take care...your friend in NC Gordon (aka The Skipper)

PS....oops!!!!! THAT was the photo you DIDN'T want me to post......sorry my friend, you'll have to take one for the team this time. laughing

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#491962 - 05/28/13 12:15 am Re: ID'ing riders: 2013 TSMR Rider Photos Thread [Re: JubeePrince]  
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but Alex and Ron were leakers, not burners. not sure which is worse.


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#491967 - 05/28/13 12:25 am Re: ID'ing riders: 2013 TSMR Rider Photos Thread [Re: JubeePrince]  
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huh, I was following {avoiding} dots like Pac-Man!


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#492243 - 05/29/13 10:51 pm Re: ID'ing riders: 2013 TSMR Rider Photos Thread [Re: JubeePrince]  
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This is George Nolan. Just signed up as a BritBike.com member. I am part of the Indiana group.
The only picture of me is in the same photo Jack Adams picked, I am behind him, slightly out of Focus.
I was riding the 1973 850 Red Commando, with the modified front disk brake.
It was a great ride, too bad the weather turned so sour. Looking forward to the next one!

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#492358 - 05/31/13 1:25 am Re: ID'ing riders: 2013 TSMR Rider Photos Thread [Re: Ob1quixote]  
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Originally Posted By: Ob1quixote
huh, I was following {avoiding} dots like Pac-Man!

In the Valdez's defense, I saw rainbow dot (6" D.) trails for dozens of miles, on the roadway from some other leaker. I was dodging 'em too beerchug

#492438 - 05/31/13 1:03 pm Re: ID'ing riders: 2013 TSMR Rider Photos Thread [Re: Howard Inough]  
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Originally Posted By: Howard Inough
Originally Posted By: Ob1quixote
huh, I was following {avoiding} dots like Pac-Man!

In the Valdez's defense, I saw rainbow dot (6" D.) trails for dozens of miles, on the roadway from some other leaker. I was dodging 'em too beerchug


Worse than garbage truck squeezin's?? laughing


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#538434 - 04/17/14 7:52 am Re: ID'ing riders: 2013 TSMR Rider Photos Thread [Re: MikeG]  
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Originally Posted By: MikeG
Originally Posted By: Howard Inough
Originally Posted By: Ob1quixote
huh, I was following {avoiding} dots like Pac-Man!

In the Valdez's defense, I saw rainbow dot (6" D.) trails for dozens of miles, on the roadway from some other leaker. I was dodging 'em too beerchug


Worse than garbage truck squeezin's?? laughing


Yeah, gen'ly the orange peels and coffee grounds give ya 3D visual reference... bigt


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