Ride to Oregon and back.

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  1. Grantizzle

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    Headed to oregon tomorrow to buy about 3 gallons of everclear. I plan on leaving lynnwood at 530am and heading south to oregon via the scenic route (probably to astoria through montesano) and headed north which ever way the wind takes me. most likely the way i came, but i'd like to head north through cougar and randle if that's possible ending on hwy 90 or near there. basically i need to be home by 5pm.

    interested? post up or PM me.

    this will be a fairly relaxed ride so textiles are ok. you can wear leathers with knee pucks, but bring sand paper if you wanna scuff them up.
     
  2. drsparke

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    Would have gone had it been today. Going on the true north end ride tomorrow already.
     
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    too bad i don't know someone that distills their own...
     
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    So how was the ride?
     
  7. Grantizzle

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    ended up not going due to lack of interest. my neighbor was supposed to go with me and he bailed. so i slept in and went to PGP for the supermoto thing.
     
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