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I love Alaska. Have an aunt that lived in Fairbanks. She just got married last year and moved to Juneo (sp?). I've been there 4 times so far and have loved it every time. Last year on the day I was leaving I got to see the green out which was pretty sweet. My uncles friend just bought a helicopter in Fairbanks, so I'm heading there next spring to do some snowboarding in the mountains.
 

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My first post. Cheapbastard told me I should check this site out. Here's a picture I snapped this weekend of the Indian Peaks Wilderness, outside Boulder. I took one with the peaks in focus and one in the bike in focus. So, based on the subject...
 

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man do i miss the mountains of the Boulder area....i lived in Boulder for a while until i moved to Longmont. the road from Lions to Estes Park is a beautiful ride....what awesome riding that area has....even the Nederland from boulder road......man I'm gunna have to stop in this summer and hit all the"old" roads....where did ya buy your Triumph?....i bought my first one at Foothill Triumph..when they were in Longmont..they moved out to I-25 outside Longmont.....
 

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dano said:
man do i miss the mountains of the Boulder area....i lived in Boulder for a while until i moved to Longmont. the road from Lions to Estes Park is a beautiful ride....what awesome riding that area has....even the Nederland from boulder road......man I'm gunna have to stop in this summer and hit all the"old" roads....where did ya buy your Triumph?....i bought my first one at Foothill Triumph..when they were in Longmont..they moved out to I-25 outside Longmont.....
I live in SW Longmont. I take it you no longer live in Longmont. I got my S3 from Erico in Denver. Are you thinking of Twin Peaks at I-25 and Hwy 66? I know they used to sell Triumph and Aprilia but they only sell UJM's now. Erico just started selling Aprilia as well. Since they've gotten big into scooters and Aprilia is owned by a scooter company it seemed natural. At least that shaves off some miles for me to get parts for my Aprilia, which I bought from a dealer over 50 miles away.
 

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yeah it was Twin Peaks.....my bad. and no, i live in southern cali now. i used to live at 333 grant street, in the old part of town. what a great house that was.
 
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