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Old 10-07-2018, 02:56 PM   #41
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Thank all of you for joining today...got to meet some more new to our group riders..
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Thank all of you for joining today...got to meet some more new to our group riders..
Good to meet you guys too. Gotta say, next time i head your guy's way I'm trailing the bike there. Ride back was brutal, ride there wasn't great either. Some nice roads though, thanks for the invite, had a good time.
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Good to meet you guys too. Gotta say, next time i head your guy's way I'm trailing the bike there. Ride back was brutal, ride there wasn't great either. Some nice roads though, thanks for the invite, had a good time.
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Why are the photos so tiny?
I hope this will not cause The Morganator Photo Envy....
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The others barley noticed... or perhaps pretended not too.
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How long do these group rides usually last? Is a little ninja 250 welcome?
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How long do these group rides usually last? Is a little ninja 250 welcome?
Times vary but they are normally 3 1/2 hours with lunch afterwards. We have 250’s ride with us but there are times when they may strain to keep up. We dont leave anyone behind. I wait at turns for the group to catch up if we get ahead. You do need to have some cornering skills since most of the route is curvy roads. We are happy to help if your a newer ride with some basic riding techniques. Your welcome to call or text me if you have further questions. My number is in the thread.
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I used to ride a cbr250 with this group all the time. I never had an issue keeping up.
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I used to ride a cbr250 with this group all the time. I never had an issue keeping up.
I take back my never leaving anyone behind...hehe
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I believe I was on the Interceptor on both of those occasions.
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I believe I was on the Interceptor on both of those occasions.
Oops!!!...wait you didnt have it way back when...
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Oops!!!...wait you didnt have it way back when...

I've had the Interceptor since March 2016. Being the sweep doesn't always mean the cool kids are going to wait for ya.

I mean, there were plenty of times you would see me laying on the tank with my feet on the passenger pegs of the 250, doing what I had to, to keep up.
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I used to bring out my CBR250 all the time too. You can keep up, but be prepared to ride at 85-90% capacity of the bike. Your throttle is either at 0% or at 100% lol.

You won't get left behind, but you will want to come with your A game. These rides are a great way to learn and practice your cornering skills and yes, the riders will help you with techniques and tips to help. Call it "Keith Morgan's Twist of Da Fist."
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