Hey neighbor! I am right off 292. BS areaerikhorton said:Noob here. Live in Landrum, work in Greenville, SC.
S4R - Titanium. First Monster, third Duc, fifth Italian bike.
your welcome..A.B said:Last time I checked there was no local NC group, I guess i should check more often. Thanks to LuNg for clueing me in to the M-ROC. What I gotta do to get on the rooster? Oh yeah I'm in Chapel Hill.
Let me know about that Hooters bike night.LuNg said:Hey neighbor! I am right off 292. BS area
Not sure who that would be.erikhorton said:Let me know about that Hooters bike night.
I may try to get by there this weekend to check the place out.
You know anyone with a Tang/Black bike that would be coming up Hwy. 14 from Greer towards Landrum around 5:30/6 or so? Seen him several times passing my house, also at the Gowensville Spinx.
I live in Concord, and ride through Harrisburg all the time. I have a black with white stripe s2r 1000. There is a guy (Andy Rounds) that has a shop at 408 Plaza drive in Harrisburg if you ever need service. Andy is one of the best Ducati Mechanics there is in the are, and much cheaper than a Ducati shop. Maybe I will see you on the road. Lukekristen said:Hello, all.
I just took the plunge on an '07 M695, used, with 500 miles.
This is my first Duc, but ever since I heard them running at VIR, I've been hooked.
I traded up from a Honda 919, which was a great bike, but a little too heavy for me.
I also have a Super Sherpa and a '74 Yamaha DT-250 Enduro (currently in 1000 parts).
My husband rides a GS650 Dakar and my 12 year old is cutting her teeth on an XR-80.
I am certain that I will have plenty of questions for you all.
I live between Charlotte and Concord, in Harrisburg.
Debb said:Hello all - I have been riding for 10 years, most of them in southern California where the roads are the best. I moved here a year ago and bought my first Duc - 2007 MS4RS. I am looking for some fun roads...do they exist around here??? My tires are looking a little square these days......