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    Re: 2017-05-06 VT, Bennington - Madison Brewery

    Ditto - on that thank you Dave.

    Home safe to the hustle and bustle of Long Island.
    Looking forward to doing this again.
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    Re: 2017-05-06 VT, Bennington - Madison Brewery

    Thanks for organizing the lunch Dave.

    It was a bit soggy getting to Bennington from Eastern MA, but the ride home was on dry roads.

    Great meeting you all.

    Mark

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    Re: 2017-05-06 VT, Bennington - Madison Brewery

    Same as everyone else - Thanks Dave!
    I enjoyed meeting everyone!


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    Re: 2017-05-06 VT, Bennington - Madison Brewery

    Thanks for hosting again, Dave! The first 2 hours were misty/drizzly but it turned into a great 320 mile day. It was good to see you all for my final ride in New England for quite some time... in 3 weeks I will be living in Arizona! After lunch I took Kelley Stand Road, which is a dirt road that goes up and over the Green Mountains to connect to Route 100 and rides right over the Appalachian/Long Trails. It is doable in a car but I would not try it on a touring bike. My rear knobby spun a few times getting grip and I passed mostly 4x4's (no pics... constant climb on a narrow, rutted road). The Vstrom was the perfect tool for that! Have fun and be safe out there!




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