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Plus, the bonus is plenty of weird disused structures with patina galore and monster piles of railroad ties. Also, some of the road signs are written with a Boston accent: "Railroad Yaad."
Anyone accuse you of trying to steal rail ties? Razz emoticon

And I'm definitely here for Muraldelphia!

(I need to get out of the workshop and get some more pictures, because stuff is coming down fast around here. Several of the buildings I shot in my Dickerson Pike series have already been torn down since I posted that)
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Can finally start getting pics of Muraldelphia..

This one is 2 blocks from my house.
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Anyone accuse you of trying to steal rail ties? Razz emoticon
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They can't prove anything.

Btw, if anyone needs rail ties, hit me up.
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Good eye, I didn't even try to do that!
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Anyone accuse you of trying to steal rail ties? Razz emoticon

And I'm definitely here for Muraldelphia!

(I need to get out of the workshop and get some more pictures, because stuff is coming down fast around here. Several of the buildings I shot in my Dickerson Pike series have already been torn down since I posted that)
It's so hard to stop and take pics, I gotta remind myself to do it. Luckily I had to pop over to RiteAid to pick up a script for my wife and noticed that one across the street so that was an easy pit stop.

Helpful too is that my scoot actually kinda drives almost nicely now so I'm actually out riding a bit. Can't wait to add more to the thread.
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It's so hard to stop and take pics, I gotta remind myself to do it. Luckily I had to pop over to RiteAid to pick up a script for my wife and noticed that one across the street so that was an easy pit stop.
Yeah. I usually note spots I want to get a picture at, but won't remember until my tenth time past it to actually stop and get the picture.
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Trying out a cheap GoPro type camera I bought to get some scenery videos. This is from earlier this month.

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Trying out a cheap GoPro type camera I bought to get some scenery videos. This is from earlier this month.

We have a ski condo in Warren and my best friend lives in Hinesburg. We were just up for "Indigenous Peoples Day." I don't know that I will ever get the scoot up there but, if I do, I will reach out.
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We have a ski condo in Warren and my best friend lives in Hinesburg. We were just up for "Indigenous Peoples Day." I don't know that I will ever get the scoot up there but, if I do, I will reach out.
Please do. Lovely place to ride.
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We found this seriously haunted house on the road that leads to the back entrance to the cemetery.

Coincidence? I think not!
We found this seriously haunted house on the road that leads to the back entrance to the cemetery. Coincidence? I think not!
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My wingman was available today and the sun was out so we went on the longest test ride yet w/ the Indo Super. A pleasure to ride and no problems so far, knock on wood .
Nice scoots and scenery!

Voodoo, I love your Dan Motor bike. I sort of wish I'd kept mine from a couple years ago -- it's probably out there somewhere in western Mass. with that sweet rebuilt 3-port motor.
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Thanks Zach, I'm glad I took a chance on this one - it does show it's age in a few places and has had a few bodgey repairs, it's generally in really good 'one owner' condition over there and I've undone/replaced all the bodgey/worn out stuff except the cheap Asian rack and the much better than average two tone paint job which are both staying. The cowl flashes, we'll see...
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Thanks Zach, I'm glad I took a chance on this one - it does show it's age in a few places and has had a few bodgey repairs, it's generally in really good 'one owner' condition over there and I've undone/replaced all the bodgey/worn out stuff except the cheap Asian rack and the much better than average two tone paint job which are both staying. The cowl flashes, we'll see...
I love that paint. Kinda earth tones and looks more believable than bodge.
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Had a meetup of Nashville and northern Alabama peeps on the Nachez Trace today.

I rode about 150 miles total. We rode and met in the middle on the Trace. The Smallie was a champ, even if most of the riding was right in its weak spot, ~50 MPH.

Weather was gorgeous, leaves were pretty good. Definitely a good use of a fall Sunday.

(JJ gets a pass for riding a motorcycle because he and a buddy rode both his Lammies to death earlier this week)
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That's awesome Chandler! Clap emoticon Clap emoticon
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Remind me of that tomorrow when I'm too sore to move! Razz emoticon
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I rode about 150 miles total. We rode and met in the middle on the Trace. The Smallie was a champ, even if most of the riding was right in its weak spot, ~50 MPH.

Speed is the least of the worries.

I think the 170 would've lasted about 20mins before the needing to refuel…
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Speed is the least of the worries.

I think the 170 would've lasted about 20mins before the needing to refuel…
I got about 40 miles out of my tank on the way down and 55 on the way back. I leaned the needle half a clip (removed a .5mm shim) at the turnaround. It's still too rich right before it gets onto the pipe, but that half mm made a big difference.
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I got about 40 miles out of my tank on the way down and 55 on the way back. I leaned the needle half a clip (removed a .5mm shim) at the turnaround. It's still too rich right before it gets onto the pipe, but that half mm made a big difference.
That's not bad 40miles.

I'd be guessing the needle is too thin letting all the fuel in. That's why the lean clip setting helps clean that up.
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The Motovespa 150S on a chilly afternoon over the hills of Western Ct.
Such a cool bike!
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Such a cool bike!
It's almost a GL but not quite. Round tail. I rebuilt the original piston-ported motor but it just wasn't enough for this area so it's had an LML /DR for 17 years. Very reliable and pleasure to ride. I have put many kilometers on it.

It's suppose to get in the mid 60s tomorrow so I'll have to take another scoot out for a long ride. We are running out of comfortable temperatures.
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It's almost a GL but not quite. Round tail. I rebuilt the original piston-ported motor but it just wasn't enough for this area so it's had an LML /DR for 17 years. Very reliable and pleasure to ride. I have put many kilometers on it.

It's suppose to get in the mid 60s tomorrow so I'll have to take another scoot out for a long ride. We are running out of comfortable temperatures.
I was so excited to be able to ride tomorrow, but my back decided to throw itself out last night so maybe it'll warm up again soon. Dammit
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I need to sort some small things. Speedo cable, the previously mentioned headlight… but all in all it is a gem.
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What is the general consensus cutoff low temp for a fall ride?

For me 60 or above is nice, but I will go at 50 or 48 on a Vespa. On the older motorcycles, it takes a while to warm up, especially on Airheads.
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What is the general consensus cutoff low temp for a fall ride?

For me 60 or above is nice, but I will go at 50 or 48 on a Vespa. On the older motorcycles, it takes a while to warm up, especially on Airheads.
I gotta figure out how to dress for the cooler weather riding. Currently anything below 60° is too cold for me. It's too unsafe to be riding while shivering so much!
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What is the general consensus cutoff low temp for a fall ride?

For me 60 or above is nice, but I will go at 50 or 48 on a Vespa. On the older motorcycles, it takes a while to warm up, especially on Airheads.
I'm thinking 40f is my lower limit now. I rode with the temp right at freezing last week. It pretty much sucked.

I can't believe I used to do that (and MUCH colder) all the time and think nothing of it.
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I'm thinking 40f is my lower limit now. I rode with the temp right at freezing last week. It pretty much sucked.

I can't believe I used to do that (and MUCH colder) all the time and think nothing of it.
Last year I rode at temps in the low 40's just to advance the jetting agenda, but no such projects at the moment. It was sunny and 48 here yesterday and I was just not feeling it. I just don't find it fun riding in the cold. Add to that, gusty winds, wet leaves and I'm fine packing it in for the season. My bus usually gets garaged this time of year too. I might use it to haul things before the snow flies, but pleasure cruising is definitely done.
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50F is my stopping point for shits and giggles riding.

I'll test ride (grudgingly) in the neighborhood down to 40ish.

30's? Naw...naw, naw, naw.
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I made it out today as my back decided to solve itself after 12hrs. Was 55° and it was bare able with a wool sweater a hoodie and a jacket. So I think I could still be okay down to 50° with just that so long as it's sunny. 55 and sunny is a wildly different experience than 55 and cloudy. Didn't stop to take a pic today though.
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It left the house today but only got as far as the driveway, to pose for a photo.

Too gusty out here even though it's 60 degrees out. Will we get one more ride in?
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Took the SS back up into Ct and rode around Lake Waramaug. 110 Miles round trip. Low 60's and the end of Fall around here. Not so spectacular as last year.
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Took the SS back up into Ct and rode around Lake Waramaug. 110 Miles round trip. Low 60's and the end of Fall around here. Not so spectacular as last year.
I thought the same thing about the fall this year, very meh color wise and it didn't last as long as normal.
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I thought the same thing about the fall this year, very meh color wise and it didn't last as long as normal.
Just too much rain this summer.
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