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Old 5 August 2019, 09:41
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Massively Cool, Joe. I tried to get HH6 to agree on a tri-glide, she wasn't having it. She can just stay, I guess.
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Old 5 August 2019, 09:44
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My 2016 Street Glide Special and wife's 2016 Tri Glide Ultra. Pic is at the first I25 non-rest area pull off southern Colorado border. It was my wife's first long multiday trip (Texas to Colorado) and was an awesome time.
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Old 5 August 2019, 09:56
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DUMB question:
Long story, I'll try to keep short.
I bought a Ducati Streetfighter cash. Former owner signed over the title. I went on a biz trip within days of getting the bike. Brain injury shit happened, and the bike has ended up sitting for the past three years. I never registered the title in my name, and now I cannot find the hard copy of the title.

I am well past the notion of having a bike that is insane, and I'd like to sell it, but I cannot find the title hard copy. How do I get a copy of the title. My state DMV is as clear as mud on the process, and the humans I've spoken with could not articulate the process.
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Old 5 August 2019, 10:28
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DUMB question:
Long story, I'll try to keep short.
I bought a Ducati Streetfighter cash. Former owner signed over the title. I went on a biz trip within days of getting the bike. Brain injury shit happened, and the bike has ended up sitting for the past three years. I never registered the title in my name, and now I cannot find the hard copy of the title.

I am well past the notion of having a bike that is insane, and I'd like to sell it, but I cannot find the title hard copy. How do I get a copy of the title. My state DMV is as clear as mud on the process, and the humans I've spoken with could not articulate the process.
We live in the same state. If it were me. I'd trot myself over to some small out of the way (read no long lines!) DMV and have them clear that up.
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Old 5 August 2019, 15:26
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DMV in Dahlonega.
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Old 5 August 2019, 17:29
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https://dor.georgia.gov/replace-lost-or-stolen-title
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Old 6 August 2019, 11:58
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I bought a toy this morning. $350.

Now all I need to do is buy a proper DOT helmet, learn how to ride the damn thing, and figure out how to get it titled. I have the original bill of sale, and the one second and the one turning it over to me.

2008 Lance Vintage, 150cc:
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Old 6 August 2019, 16:39
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I bought a toy this morning. $350.

Now all I need to do is buy a proper DOT helmet, learn how to ride the damn thing, and figure out how to get it titled. I have the original bill of sale, and the one second and the one turning it over to me.

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If the Russians can teach a bear to ride one of those, shouldn't be too hard for you to figure out
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Old 6 August 2019, 16:46
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Old 6 August 2019, 19:16
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If the Russians can teach a bear to ride one of those, shouldn't be too hard for you to figure out
YES but they used training wheels first, to teach them how to ride, like the one's on they use on kids bike's
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Old 13 August 2019, 09:06
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KidA?
I did think about that. But as you probably know, he has left the building.
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Old 13 August 2019, 16:00
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DUMB question:
Long story, I'll try to keep short.
I bought a Ducati Streetfighter cash. Former owner signed over the title. I went on a biz trip within days of getting the bike. Brain injury shit happened, and the bike has ended up sitting for the past three years. I never registered the title in my name, and now I cannot find the hard copy of the title.

I am well past the notion of having a bike that is insane, and I'd like to sell it, but I cannot find the title hard copy. How do I get a copy of the title. My state DMV is as clear as mud on the process, and the humans I've spoken with could not articulate the process.
You could always part it out. Most bikes are worth more as parts.
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Old 18 August 2019, 07:54
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It’s riding season in the Smokies. Cool mornings and somewhat cool evenings are here. As always, free beer, steak, and guide service for SOCNET Members. I’ve got a ton of space for camping too.
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Old 19 August 2019, 15:52
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Itís riding season in the Smokies. Cool mornings and somewhat cool evenings are here. As always, free beer, steak, and guide service for SOCNET Members. Iíve got a ton of space for camping too.

Still 100 degrees here in central texas. Hot ass seats. hotter bikes. Better to ride at night, though the deer are always scary on the back roads.
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Old 20 August 2019, 04:28
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Gentle reminder to watch out for unsecured cargo while you're out collecting bug splatter in your teeth.
I barely registered the canoe perched atop an oncoming pickup initially, but some mental twig made me think that either the bearing or aspect of the boat did not exactly match the vehicle it was perched on as it got nearer. And sure as shit, that thing caught lift, cranked sideways, and levered into my lane, then proceeded to pull off the bed and landed skidding just behind me.
Closing speed was probably 80ish, backroads and no other traffic, and luckily the poor blacktop and camber had me near the fog line; otherwise, I'm guessing either a massive vector change (not good) or going down (maybe worse) would have been in my future.


On another note, if you're looking for a massive time sink, take a look at Advrider's 'Girl on an old moto' thread. Some cheesecake and hipster stuff, but some really good user vintage and even archival pics throughout. It's an 11-yr thread, 1400 pages!, lots of early stuff is n/a now but start here and work back and forward. Mostly SFW...

https://advrider.com/f/threads/girl-...0341/page-1403

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Old 21 August 2019, 08:40
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ADVRider is my goto site. Between there and SOCNET, that's most of my leisure time on the internet.
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Old 21 August 2019, 12:22
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I have spent the last 3 or 4 months riding the F out of the Eastern Smokies and still haven't seen 1/10th of what I want to ride.

I spent 3 weeks riding the Hatfield McCoy system in West Virginia, some of the old system in VA, and over in Tennessee riding the Cumberland system along with the private Windrock park, tons of fun, challenging trails and really great people.

I am heading back next week to WV to ride Hatfield McCoy if anyone is around or wants to be hit me up.

My current new bike, 2019 KTM 450 EXC-F Six Days, fantastic bike.
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Old 21 August 2019, 12:24
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This is at Windrock TN last week.
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Old 21 August 2019, 14:52
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This is at Windrock TN last week.
Looks incredible!
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Old 21 August 2019, 14:55
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Week before last at a memorial for reserve Paratroopers killed in the Second Lebanon War when a Katyusha landed in their staging area. The Israeli Motorcycle Club takes part in the memorial every year. Absolutely heartbreaking.
https://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,...287339,00.html
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