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Old 05-18-2003, 06:35 PM
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Hey everyone. My name is Adam, im a student at Sam Houston in Huntsville. Im from Houston. Im a super amateur rider looking to perhaps meet some riding buddies. Like to say hi to all here..
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Old 05-19-2003, 06:25 AM
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Welcome aboard Adam. I lived in Houston a short while back a few years ago, really miss the place. We have a few from Texas...including a few from Houston. Hell we even have a joker from Iowa that spends a boatload of time in Houston for work.

Anyway, welcome to bikerforums, hope you get what you're looking for here. There are some really great people that hang around these forums, so ask all the questions you want.
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Welcome. Have fun getting started in biking.
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Hell we even have a joker from Iowa that spends a boatload of time in Houston for work.
And that would be me. What's going on man. Down in Houston as we speak. Be here til Wednesday at 4pm, then I'm in the air again. Won't be back until August it looks like. Welcome man! Be happy to hook up for a Shiner sometime.
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Old 05-19-2003, 10:18 PM
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wouldnt mind but busy schedule forbids me.. haha. I went to mancuso today for about 2 hours and just enjoyed all the bikes they had. I sat on the Vrod and wasnt impressed. not very comfortable. I like the X1 lightning by buell, but the other buells are too small for me. my favorite bike would have to be the Softail duece and night train..
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You go to the new Mancuso off 290? Nice place, been there twice since I got here last week. Probably stop again tonight, need a seat accessory. Understand the busy schedule, got a lot to finish myself before I head out tomorrow. AH, home. Can't wait. No more of this 98 degree crap!
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Originally posted by PHAT-BOY
You go to the new Mancuso off 290? Nice place, been there twice since I got here last week. Probably stop again tonight, need a seat accessory. Understand the busy schedule, got a lot to finish myself before I head out tomorrow. AH, home. Can't wait. No more of this 98 degree crap!

Yeah, thats right, mancuso off of 290, next to academy.
98 degrees.. dude, we havent hit 95 yet. this is nice compared to what july is giong to bring, 99+!! have a good trip back home..
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98 degrees.. dude, we havent hit 95 yet. this is nice compared to what july is giong to bring, 99+!!
My bad, just going off what the thermometer in the rent a wreck said. Won't be back in July, looking more like later in August, which I hear is still unpleasent. Don't know how you folks do it.
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Hahaha, dont have a choice actually. Born and raised here, in the deep south.. Its great though for riding. You can ride 11 months out of the year unlike other places where it snows half the year..

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unlike other places where it snows half the year
That place is called Iowa. For sure the snow does hinder the riding, but I have actually gotten to ride every month since I got my bike last year. Really mild last winter. I do envy your riding season, that's for sure.
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