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after lurking for a bit...it's time to join in! For Christmas, I sold my old buddy, a 75 Ironhead, and bought a 98 Lowrider--my 9 y.o. son is now riding with me, and the Ironhead just didn't work for 2 up. We ride mostly Northern Idaho, Western Montana--but will now have the ability to wander more.
I have gained much from this forum already!
...anybody from this neck of the woods??

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I'm next door in Washington and have ridden about everywhere in Idaho.
Great riding when the snow ain't fly'n :beer4u:
I had a '75 XLCH for about 8 years then bought an Evo FXRS.
Kept that one for 10 years and over 100,000 miles.
On my second EG now but I wish I had kept that Superglide at times.
You're going to love it! :woohoo:
 

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1998 Lowrider, SE slip ons, "Dakota Kid" reworked carb, SE intake, Big Sucker, Corbin seat, floor boards....and we'll see just what gets done next

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Cheapdad said:
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...anybody from this neck of the woods??

regards,
Cheapdad
Yeah Mon....

Pay attention to Luckys over on 4th in CDA. Good folks.

This summer ride around Lake PO... you'll find plenty of good folks... you break down, youll find me or a ton of other folks,,, Never leave a biker stranded.

I'm sure I'll see ya around.

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thanks for the welcomes!
yep, we're fairly civilized, but the winter can drag along--look closely, you can see the ice covering the street....
AND...Lawrences gets all my business, very good folks--Scott and Lucky just did a once-over with this bike, and played a big part in keeping my old Ironhead on the road--honest, knowledgeable, and friendly.
A favorite ride for my boy and I is CDA to Sandpoint, to Clark Fork then up the river to Thompson Falls, across the pass to theCDA river, then home. Except for the 5 pound bugs along the Clark fork--it's a great way to run up 225 miles!
Cruisers is a bit too much bar for my 9 y.o. rider--but he can sure down the tacos at the Thurs nite Roadhouse/Hot Rod Cafe get together!

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:welcome: to the forum. Lots of great info here. Post up often and enjoy!
 
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