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10-20-2019 09:02 AM
RayJ
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Originally Posted by crownfire View Post
Sure glad to hear all is well. Especially glad to hear you didn't take Judy with you!
THanks Mark. All is good. If I had scratched that Harley I would have been I need trouble.
10-20-2019 07:00 AM
crownfire
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Originally Posted by RayJ View Post
a question to the gurus here. Do you just get one number or do you register mutliple times? I had a new one on this trip. Judy was ahead and I thought she was going. I checked traffic and looked back to her and she was stopped. Didn't want to skin the new Harley so I grabbed the brake. Over she went. George and Norma witnessed the whole sorry event. First rolling drop ever. All is good. No scratches on the bike. No broken bones on the rider.
Sure glad to hear all is well. Especially glad to hear you didn't take Judy with you!
10-19-2019 10:54 PM
RayJ
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Originally Posted by Two Wheel Wing View Post
The official rule for the club is you only get 1 number. You may make a note in your signature such as (+1) or +2 or +3. If you get to +10 though you might think about getting the bike trikedÖ

Yours truly,

The IDMWT committee...
What I thought since I didnít see anyone else with double numbers. I canít be the only klutz in the group but I did have an excuse this time.
10-19-2019 04:24 PM
Two Wheel Wing robertshearon, after a careful review by the nominating committee it is determined that you most certainly qualify for a IDMWT number. The fact that your wife was on board places you in rare company. Not many have that qualification (or don't confess to it).

So you have officially been awarded number #109. Wear your number proudly in your signature.

The IDMWT committee.....
10-19-2019 03:14 PM
robertshearon I dropped mine in Hot Springs, Ark. on Wednesday. Took my wife for an overnight jaunt to the spa city and was trying to find a bed and breakfast. Every street in the neighborhood sloped one way or another. I came to one street that sloped a little too much to the left and down we went at a four-way stop. I held it up for a few seconds then told my wife it was going down. This is the third time I've dropped a bike with her on it, but the first time on the Goldwing. I'm not sure why she still rides with me. Some good citizens stopped and helped me get it back upright. Ruined my day, but no damage to us or the bike. Do I qualify for a number?
10-19-2019 01:42 PM
EddieN I have a patch on my vest with “IDMWT#105” maybe I’ll just add a hash Mark when (if) I drop it again...
10-19-2019 01:17 PM
Two Wheel Wing
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Originally Posted by RayJ View Post
a question to the gurus here. Do you just get one number or do you register mutliple times? I had a new one on this trip. Judy was ahead and I thought she was going. I checked traffic and looked back to her and she was stopped. Didn't want to skin the new Harley so I grabbed the brake. Over she went. George and Norma witnessed the whole sorry event. First rolling drop ever. All is good. No scratches on the bike. No broken bones on the rider.
The official rule for the club is you only get 1 number. You may make a note in your signature such as (+1) or +2 or +3. If you get to +10 though you might think about getting the bike triked…

Yours truly,

The IDMWT committee...
10-18-2019 08:35 PM
RayJ
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Originally Posted by George Henderson View Post
Yep! Happened just like he said. He did roll but jumped straight up, said he was okay, picked up the Wing and off we went. Tough old man!
Thanks George. From the battle scared old veteran I will take that as a compliment
10-18-2019 08:14 PM
George Henderson Yep! Happened just like he said. He did roll but jumped straight up, said he was okay, picked up the Wing and off we went. Tough old man!
10-18-2019 08:04 PM
RayJ a question to the gurus here. Do you just get one number or do you register mutliple times? I had a new one on this trip. Judy was ahead and I thought she was going. I checked traffic and looked back to her and she was stopped. Didn't want to skin the new Harley so I grabbed the brake. Over she went. George and Norma witnessed the whole sorry event. First rolling drop ever. All is good. No scratches on the bike. No broken bones on the rider.
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