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Author Topic: Colorado Crew!!!!!  (Read 73465 times)

Offline High On Octane

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Re: Colorado Crew!!!!!
« Reply #420 on: Aug 31, 2014, 11:13:09 »
Any group rides happening in the Denver area?  Anyone doing the Denver DGR this year?  I'm in Southeast Aurora.


The Blackhawk - Kustom Cafe Racer
1958 Enfield/Indian Trailblazer 711cc Twin
Now Drinks Corn!!!

Offline rawfish

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Re: Colorado Crew!!!!!
« Reply #421 on: Sep 01, 2014, 01:25:57 »
Any group rides happening in the Denver area?  Anyone doing the Denver DGR this year?  I'm in Southeast Aurora.
I plan on riding DGR again this year. Last year was a blast. As far as any rides 'till then. I only know of every first Thursday at Crash45 and GB on Sheridan.

Offline CharlieBmore

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Re: Colorado Crew!!!!!
« Reply #422 on: Dec 29, 2014, 22:09:02 »
Hey.. Charlie Baltimore chiming in from Boulder.  Just moved here from Maryland.

Where do you guys hang out during the winter?

i ran the DGR in Denver on the green '72 TR6... pic below
- CB


http://www.tonupboulder.com

'69 TRW250
'72 Triumph cafe
'74 Triumph hardtail
'78 Triumph Bonneville T140
'08 KTM Super Duke R

Offline High On Octane

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Re: Colorado Crew!!!!!
« Reply #423 on: Feb 07, 2015, 21:31:39 »
Hey there Colorado peeps!!!  Spring is just around the corner and the weather is already amazing, with a few cold spurts in between.    ;)   We should start discussing a spring meet up and ride.  I'm just about finished with the Indian and I should have her wrapped up and dialed in within the next 2 months.  I'm up for whatever, but would prefer to meet somewhere in the Castle Rock area as there are members from both the Denver Metro and CO Springs, and Castle Rock is smack dab in the middle.  I'll be out of town the last 2 weeks of March, but I think April 4th would be a good date to shoot for.  Weather should be consistent 70's by then and is the 2nd week of spring.  What do you think?!  Feel free to throw out other suggestions too!!!    :D


The Blackhawk - Kustom Cafe Racer
1958 Enfield/Indian Trailblazer 711cc Twin
Now Drinks Corn!!!

Offline CharlieBmore

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Re: Colorado Crew!!!!!
« Reply #424 on: Feb 07, 2015, 23:51:29 »
Then i better hurry up... ;)
Just finished setting my shop up and got the electrical done today, and rolled the cafe in.  Need to pull the head off to replace the gasket and figured I'd do some metal work while i'm at it.  tweak it at least once a year.

I'm up in Boulder and just starting to learn the area...would love to hook up.  If the cafe isn't off the lift, I'll roll down with the KTM.

Keep me posted.
- CB


http://www.tonupboulder.com

'69 TRW250
'72 Triumph cafe
'74 Triumph hardtail
'78 Triumph Bonneville T140
'08 KTM Super Duke R

Offline FingerBanger

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Re: Colorado Crew!!!!!
« Reply #425 on: Feb 09, 2015, 13:28:30 »
https://www.facebook.com/groups/257115701064064/?fref=nf

easier place to keep in touch with a ton of people around here

Offline High On Octane

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Re: Colorado Crew!!!!!
« Reply #426 on: Feb 10, 2015, 07:51:14 »
https://www.facebook.com/groups/257115701064064/?fref=nf

easier place to keep in touch with a ton of people around here


Hahahahaha!  I'm friend's with the Admin and am a Mod myself on that group.    ;)   Didn't realize some of you are on there as well.  I'll pin a post today on there when I have a moment.


The Blackhawk - Kustom Cafe Racer
1958 Enfield/Indian Trailblazer 711cc Twin
Now Drinks Corn!!!

Offline FingerBanger

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Re: Colorado Crew!!!!!
« Reply #427 on: Feb 12, 2015, 12:10:31 »
Didn't notice the Enfields on your signature. Guess I know who you are now.

Offline dburnettwi

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Re: Colorado Crew!!!!!
« Reply #428 on: Jun 22, 2015, 23:19:27 »
Hey guys, so, I've decided to give up my cafe project in favor of a nearly completed resto-mod on a CL350. Problem is, my CB350 frame is all detabbed (and the kickstand is relocated to accommodate for rearsets), and my CL frame has no title. As I near completion on the scrambler build, I'm finding out it is a super long process to get a new title without having the original owner around (old guy, moved away soon after I purchased the bike), and I want to ride around this summer before school starts... Anyone interested in trading their stock, titled CB/CL frame for a titled, shaved down cafe frame? PM me if you can help out. I'm on the north side of Denver, but will travel up to a couple hours. Paint doesn't have to be that good, as long as the frame isn't bent or dented. Will get pictures as soon as possible of my frame. Thanks!

Offline generalyen

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Re: Colorado Crew!!!!!
« Reply #429 on: Oct 09, 2015, 10:32:36 »
Anyone live in fort Collins? Always looking for someone to go ride with. I'd cruse don to bolder but Denver is a little too far for me.

Offline palepainter

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Re: Colorado Crew!!!!!
« Reply #430 on: Mar 25, 2016, 16:35:36 »
Hey.. Charlie Baltimore chiming in from Boulder.  Just moved here from Maryland.

Where do you guys hang out during the winter?

i ran the DGR in Denver on the green '72 TR6... pic below

Reviving a dead post. Sorry.  I was curious if you guys here in the Denver area were still doing the bike swaps.  I caught notice on Craigslist that it was cancelled.  Looking forward to checking out everyone's scooters.

Offline CharlieBmore

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Re: Colorado Crew!!!!!
« Reply #431 on: Jun 23, 2017, 20:19:28 »
Hey anyone in Colorado tune a vintage bonneville with the original amal carbs?

Was wondering what jets and pilots to use at 6,800 ft ?
- CB


http://www.tonupboulder.com

'69 TRW250
'72 Triumph cafe
'74 Triumph hardtail
'78 Triumph Bonneville T140
'08 KTM Super Duke R

Offline CharlieBmore

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Re: Colorado Crew!!!!!
« Reply #432 on: Jun 29, 2017, 19:46:04 »
Amal came back with:

At 6,800 ft the 190 Main jet size would fall to around 150 and the 106 needle jets would go down to the 105 size.

Anyone know how far off they are?
- CB


http://www.tonupboulder.com

'69 TRW250
'72 Triumph cafe
'74 Triumph hardtail
'78 Triumph Bonneville T140
'08 KTM Super Duke R