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Hi guys. I'm new to the Board, but kind of old on the bike (been riding since 1974).

I have owned a bike every day of my life, since then, including a 1974 Suzuki TS100, 1974 Honda CB750 (cafe racer), 1977 Suzuki GS400, 1985 Honda VF100R, 1975 Yamaha XS650 (cafe racer), 1974 Norton Commando 850, 1983 Honda Interceptor 750, 1984 Honda Interceptor 750, 1993 Suzuki GSXR 1100, 1996 Triumph Trident 900 (upgraded to near-Speed Triple), 2003 Ducati Monster 800, 2003 Triumph Thruxton 900, 1970 Honda SL350 (cafe racer), 1977 Yamaha XS650 (street tracker), 1977 Suzuki GS750, 1999 Ducati Monster 900, 2006 Suzuki DL1000 V-Strom, 1995 Suzuki GS500 (fixing it up for my nephew) and 1970 Honda CL450 (which I am modifying, slightly...)

I'm partial to twins and V-Fours, but I don't turn myu nose up at any two-wheeler.

Grew up in the South, made my way to Colorado via Columbus, Ohio. Been in Denver for 18 years, and will probably stay for a while.

This one looks like me: :ugeek:
 

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Well, if I had to pick, the 1983 Interceptor might have been my overall favorite, but the Trident is a close second (and definitely the prettiest of the bunch).
 

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Welcome fellow Coloradan! You'll find this to be a great group of folks.

Love your selection of bikes, especially the Hondas and the Brits. I'm a newbie rider myself (just got my endorsement about a month ago) and the proud owner of a 1971 Honda CL350. My husband has a 2006 Triumph Bonneville T100 and a 1976 Triumph Bonneville.

Maybe we'll see you on the road one day!

Cheers! :D
 

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Hi. Somebody, here in the Denver area, PM'd me about getting together for a ride, and I accidentally erased it. If it was you, please hit me up, again. I feel so rude for not answering you!
 
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