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i met up with my friends chris and his wife, lance and his wife, moe, lisa caryn and a few of their riding ladys as well as joker. we met up and had breakfast at the ihop at m-153 and us-24. from there we headed to plymouth,mi for the chili cookoff. there's always lots of bikes there but you can take the tintop if you want like chris, lance and two of lisa's lady riders did. i guess its a national event but as you know i had to pass on the chili but i did get a jiffy cornbread cook book. i met up with the detroit chapter of the gwrra and was once again invited to come to a meeting, next one is the second saturday in november. i also ran into a few other friends thati hadn't seen in awhile the weather has been overcast and warm all morning with a chance of rain. there were more bikes than i thought despite the weather
 

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pic's from ihop
 

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this is the other part of the group, we needed two tables
 

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being that this isn't a bike event there wasn't many vendors for bike stuff but some did have pirite wear but most were some type of food vendor as well as the guys competing in the chili cookoff. i took some pic's of a few bikes
 

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they had helpers for parking, you park here and you park here
 

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the few bikes i did take pic's of. the gwrra guys
 

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and these caught my eye
 

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everyone got split up so i went looking at the sights. made my way over to the food court, it was sooo windy that the odor of the onions wasn't much of a problem. then it started to sprinkel and i got a text from lisa andthe ladys sayingthat they were overby the bikes. i bumped into joker so we headed that way. it stopped raining breafly and we dried our bikes off and left but the rain was soon to return. the metro jacket handled the water, it was dry but my over pants sprang a leak seeing that i forgot to zip close the leg vents, doh!!
 

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I like Chili, Doc....I like that Indian bike too. Looked like a good time
 

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Looks like fun but an Ole Fossil likes the Cafe Racer over the others :)
 

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I'd have to pass on the chili too, Doc. Not my riding style, but this is a beautiful concept bike .
i thought so too lee. he's got gold leaf in the paint job
 

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I like Chili, Doc....I like that Indian bike too. Looked like a good time
i like chili also ref but i have to make it myself
budd, noone in the group took a pic of me, what can i say
fossil, the harley cafe was my fav home built bike though there were more
 

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yeah, I sorta like that cafe sporty too, but there's an awesome amount of work done to that bagger. 21" front wheel with the chrome spokes as great, and whoeer did the work is an artisan for sure
 

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yeah, I sorta like that cafe sporty too, but there's an awesome amount of work done to that bagger. 21" front wheel with the chrome spokes as great, and whoeer did the work is an artisan for sure
wish i knew how to enlarge the pic
 
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