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Offline Old Scrambler

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Re: 50 years of the CB750.
« Reply #25 on: December 04, 2018, 08:02:54 am »
HONDA is the official sponsor for the Vintage Motorcycle Days AMA event and is specifically honoring the 50-year anniversary of the introduction of the CB750. I hope to see more than a few of you in Ohio next July ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D 
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Re: 50 years of the CB750.
« Reply #26 on: December 04, 2018, 12:14:38 pm »
I've left my calendar open.  ;)
As of today 3/13/2012 my original owner 75 CB750F has made it through 3 wives, er EX-wives. Free at last.  ;-)

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Re: 50 years of the CB750.
« Reply #27 on: December 05, 2018, 10:42:24 am »
www.americanmotorcyclist.com/Events/AMA-Vintage-Motorcycle-Days-News

AMA members can save $$$$ on advanced tickets.................the dates are July 5-7................but I plan to arrive on the 4th ;)
Dennis in Wisconsin
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Re: 50 years of the CB750.
« Reply #28 on: December 05, 2018, 12:00:47 pm »
Ill be there same as the last 12 years. One of my favorite events of the whole year!!
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Re: 50 years of the CB750.
« Reply #29 on: December 19, 2018, 04:30:39 pm »
Hi all-

Just saw this today. Guess what The Quail will feature in May. If you're anywhere around California in May, it's a great event. Beautiful bikes in a beautiful setting.

Vincent

In keeping with our celebration of the Evolution of the Motorcycle, we are pleased to announce that The Quail Motorcycle Gathering featured categories of 2019 are Off Road Wonders Through the 1990s and the 50th Anniversary of the Honda CB750. In addition to these featured categories, the traditional classes will include: Antique, American, British, Other European, Japanese, Competition On Road, Custom/Modified, and Extraordinary Bicycles and Scooters.


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Re: 50 years of the CB750.
« Reply #30 on: December 19, 2018, 07:36:35 pm »
 Vincent , I am pretty sure they will want your bike at the Quail..
 Good going, nice work..
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Re: 50 years of the CB750.
« Reply #31 on: December 22, 2018, 08:29:06 pm »
AMA offers a $10 discount on the Quail MC gathering...

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Re: 50 years of the CB750.
« Reply #32 on: December 23, 2018, 08:10:20 pm »
 I don't believe our car race association ever has an event on the 4th. I'm going to try to make it this year. 
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Re: 50 years of the CB750.
« Reply #33 on: December 25, 2018, 06:02:12 am »
Call me insane, but I plan on riding my 73 Pandora from Atlanta to the event to celebrate my turning 60 on January 2! Some of you know the Hell I’d been through with Pandora with her numerous issues, we’ll all of that is way has been in the past for at least 4 years now. She had a complete engine rebuild in May, so I feel that she is basically a new bike, so what the Hell, I need to take her on a journey to celebrate our bikes birthday. The trip to Ohio is just one part of my birthday party, I will jump on the Blue Ridge Parkway in Cherokee, NC and ride it to the end in Waynesboro, VA, continue on to the Skyline Line , the whole thang. A stop in Chaddsford, PA to visit the Brandywine Museum of Art, which features NC Wyeth and Andrew Wyeth’s amazing art. Then I’ll head to Stockbridge, Mass to visit the Norman Rockwell Museum. Then I’ll start heading West, maybe a stop in Rochester,NY, , a visit to the Rock & Roll of Hall of Fame in Cleveland then overnight it in my home town, Canton, heck maybe I’ll go to the Football Hall of Fame there. I’ll only be about 2.5 away from Lexington, I’ll be signing autographs there because I know someone will want one. After the festival, there will be more fun back roads to Atlanta and hopefully no big issues on the road. Okay, who going to talk me out of doing this? My butt and throttle hurts just thinking about doing this but it will be worth it!

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Re: 50 years of the CB750.
« Reply #34 on: December 25, 2018, 10:49:41 am »
Well Vern, you know I won't talk you out of anything. Just gald I don't need to talk you INTO anything. I'll plan on seeing you there. Merry Christmas. Oh, and Happy Birthday too.
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Re: 50 years of the CB750.
« Reply #35 on: December 26, 2018, 05:43:15 am »
Well Vern, you know I won't talk you out of anything. Just gald I don't need to talk you INTO anything. I'll plan on seeing you there. Merry Christmas. Oh, and Happy Birthday too.
.  Thanks Jerry, I’m looking forward to being there, let’s make sure we hang out!

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Re: 50 years of the CB750.
« Reply #36 on: December 26, 2018, 06:42:13 am »
Happy Birthday Vern! When is the big 6-0 happening?
Maybe I can join you for part of the ride.
Your ride will make for some great memories.
You can request Godzilla or Lefty accompany you on part of the ride. I think Pimpzilla went down under. Sounds like a ride worthy of his fame.

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Re: 50 years of the CB750.
« Reply #37 on: December 26, 2018, 06:02:35 pm »
Happy Birthday Vern! When is the big 6-0 happening?
Maybe I can join you for part of the ride.
Your ride will make for some great memories.
You can request Godzilla or Lefty accompany you on part of the ride. I think Pimpzilla went down under. Sounds like a ride worthy of his fame.

David
.  That’s a great ideal to bring Zola along with me. I may hit the Festival first on July 5-6 , then continue my ride eastward, I’ll post my route as we get closer to the date , hopefully I’ll get some of you other riders to join me for a few miles. My official B Day is January 2

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Re: 50 years of the CB750.
« Reply #38 on: January 04, 2019, 10:11:13 pm »
 The guy that assembled my Sandcast from the crate and his own diecast next is planning to ride his bike to Mid Ohio, I'm tempted to ride along with the Sandcast. It would break my prohibition of going over 10,000 miles on it but it needs to happen someday right?
 My original thought was to take two or three on or in a trailer and ride while there, I'm not sure I could sleep with it parked in a motel parking lot.
 Another friend of his is bringing his old cb750 hill climber. This seems like a natural sohc4 meetup.
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Re: 50 years of the CB750.
« Reply #39 on: January 13, 2019, 06:00:11 am »
The guy that assembled my Sandcast from the crate and his own diecast next is planning to ride his bike to Mid Ohio, I'm tempted to ride along with the Sandcast. It would break my prohibition of going over 10,000 miles on it but it needs to happen someday right?
 My original thought was to take two or three on or in a trailer and ride while there, I'm not sure I could sleep with it parked in a motel parking lot.
 Another friend of his is bringing his old cb750 hill climber. This seems like a natural sohc4 meetup.
.  I hear you Don, I may have to find ground floor rooms with wide doors to pull Pandora in at night since she will be my only ride there and back!

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Re: 50 years of the CB750.
« Reply #40 on: January 15, 2019, 12:00:40 pm »
 I'm considering taking my 28' enclosed trailer but it has so many tie downs and holes in the floor already I'm hesitant to add more wheel chocks. That and the 7-8 mpg I get towing it. Then the problem of where to park the dragster that only fits my 24' 8" deep garage on an angle lol.  It's nice to have problems like these instead of real ones.
My buddy has a motorhome and a 24' trailer set up for bikes, maybe he'll want to go. L0L!
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