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Old 08-09-2011, 06:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Seems like not too many locals post in the Utah Riders section. Maybe we should start a new one. Anyway, I've seen a lot of warriors out on the road here. I'm all over the Salt Lake Valley. I live in Riverton and work off of 14th S. and Foothill, I also ride down Bangeter every now and then during the week and up and down the Cottonwood canyons a fair amount.

Let's put together some rides or Monster Garages. Hit up this post if you are down for wrenching or riding - or both. Fall is coming soon.
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Old 08-09-2011, 07:11 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I used to live in Utah when I was younger. Graduated from Park City High School. I miss it. Beautiful scenery all year-round. Unfortunately, I did not have a motorcycle back then.

Beautiful rides up those canyons. Park City, Deer Valley, etc.
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I saw a guy on a warrior a few months ago in Roy, and told him about this website. Don't know if he ever did or not. There is a couple of warriors I have seen at work, but have no idea who they are.

I am down for a monster garage....maybe we could start by taking off your tins, wheels, bars, front end, and put them on my bike!!! Lol, you got a nice looking bike, Kevin. Can't wait to see it in person.
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Thanks Dunecraz. Well, I'm taking off the tins this winter to do some repair/touch-up work on them. I also need to learn how to do fiberglass repair. I cracked my lower cowl on a sink hole up Big Cottonwood canyon. Stupid lowered bike. I just need to freaking buy the tricky air already.
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Saw a Cerulean Silver (I think) Warrior this morning off of 114th and Redwood heading North before 8 am. Anyone here?
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Sking, checking in. I work in research park near the U of U, and also live by Rice Eccles Stadium. I can usually be found doing 70 near the north side of Foothills. I'm usually late for work.

Set up a ride a couple years back and had a blast. My buddy on his VTX didn't. I met Dunecraz sometime ago when I bought his turn signals off of him. Good guy, that Dunecraz. I would be interested in meeting some boys to ride with.
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Funny thing, I park next to a midnight Warrior almost everyday at work, but I have no idea who rides it. I work graves, he works days. Haha!
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Since this Warrior is slammed, I probably would be back of the pack instead of front. I work down in Foothill Village - and just sold my car, so bike only for a bit. We should do a quick lunch ride one day.
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Since this Warrior is slammed, I probably would be back of the pack instead of front. I work down in Foothill Village - and just sold my car, so bike only for a bit. We should do a quick lunch ride one day.
I like the sounds of that.
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Hey Steven, good to see your still around on here. How you been? There sure isn't to many of the Utahrds on here anymore it seems. Lets get a ride together sometime. This weekend is bad for me, but next Sunday the 28th looks good for me. Sundays usually work best for me, but I probably could make arrangements to meet up some other time if it is better for everyone else. I'm game to ride wherever.
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