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New member to this forum, but have been around Goldwings for many years previously owned 1200, 1500, and current '06 1800. 60 years riding experience. Previously owned a Simplex belt drive 2 stroke, a 1937 Royal Enfield, 1949 Triumph, Harley Hummer, Harley 45, Harley 61, and rode Harley 45's in the Military Police Corps in the Army. Also rode a 1978 R100R BMW that I purchased new and rode it for 17 years. Have been with Gold Wings since then. My home is approx. 40 miles S.W of Savannah, GA in a relatively small town by the name of Hinesville which is the home of Fort Stewart and the Third Infantry Division.
 

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Welcome to the forum from next door. You obviously have some wisdom that will come in handy on this site. There are a lot of great folks on this forum.:)
 

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hello sk8ter, welcome to GWOF
 

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Hello and welcome to the forum.
 

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Welcome to GWOF from Maryland
 

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Welcome to the forum from Pa. You certainly have an impressive resume of motorcycle rides. Your knowledge and experience will be much appreciated here. Ride safe and enjoy the forum..
 

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Welcome to the site from the Tar Heel state :) I've had the pleasure to visit your area a few times.
 

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Welcome from Central Washington. I am from another Native S. Coastal Georgian that has lived most of my life in the West. I still feel at home though when I am able to visit. Could be because I have 6 generations buried in and around Alma. Seems we have another similarity. I am a member of Chapter III Blue Knights in Kennewick, Wa. Web page: http://bkwa3.org/
Ride safe my friend and be careful out there.
 

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Welcome to the forum from the left coast. Sounds like you'll enjoy this site & fit right in. Ride safe & it sounds like you have. One of the books I studied when I was a new rider (still am compared to most here) emphasized studying riders who have ridden for a long time & do what they do, instead of studying collisions. I think listening & learning from both is probably a good idea.

I learned to ride in groups with BK CA-I up in N. Calif., but down here in So. Calif. it seems all the Blue Knights have either moved away or moved way out in the suburbs. Can't say I blame them, as the traffic is terrible, but I live 1/4 mile from the Pacific Coast Highway & that is kind of nice.
 

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Welcome from the Ketstone state. Enjoy the forum.
 

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Thanks for the welcome guys. Also good to see some of my Blue Knights brothers on this site.
 

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Welcome sk8ter, glad you got your screen name sorted:D
 
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