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Blaksmith
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SELF INTRODUCTION: Required information. Glad to see the board still up an I hope we get more active. Time will tell but this is a good start. Many thanks to Dan for picking up the reins and maybe more building will take place as the economy picks up.

Thanks, Dan.

Post by Blaksmith » Sat Oct 29, 2011 8:37 am

Thanks Dan for:

Picking the board back up and giving it fresh paint.

Thanks for helping keep the last forum going for the last 4, yes FOUR years. Even with the server space... I could not have worked the bugs out and do that myself.

Thanks for building a bike to show everyone that it can be done no matter where you are and what tools you have. That is what this forum was all about from the first place.

For those of you that DO NOT know... Dan was also the creator and keeper of the gate for the Biker Radio Magazine web site. I will be forever grateful for that.

Dozo.

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SELF INTRODUCTION: Hey...I live in South Jersey (the Super Fund State) work as an Operating Engineer local825.Besides bikes I love to fish the surf.I have my current & seemingly endless project a BSA 750 Rocket3, a 72 Honda CB750,79 Kawasaki KZ1000, 48 Simplex, & a 62 Norton Atlas engine
Location: South Jersey

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Post by Jeff L » Sat Oct 29, 2011 10:06 am

Good stuff for sure....I got to get back to listening to the show.
Changing the shape of the Earth...1 bucket at a time...IUOE local 825 top of the food chain

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Maz
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SELF INTRODUCTION: The Biker Mistress, Blonde, blue eyes, English Lady bike builder and previously a member of the CBH. I run my own custom bike and chop shop (MazChopz) on the south west coast of England. I have been building custom bikes for over 35 years and have built some 130 bikes so far. I am happy to share my knowledge and "expertise" and also hope to learn from the other forum members. I look forward to meeting up with many of my friends from the CBH and especially to seeing how Dan got on with his Knuck.
Location: South West Coast of England
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Re: Thanks, Dan.

Post by Maz » Sat Oct 29, 2011 10:14 am

I was only on the last forum for just over a year so don't know all the history but it is fairly obvious who the real heros were and I'm so glad they are still around and running this forum too.....respect dudes :bow-blue: (especially Dan!!!!)

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SELF INTRODUCTION: Hello guys and gals, working on my 1979 honda cb750 bobber chopper build plus many other projects etc. I have two workshops at home that i built so i can build bikes and all sorts of parts, and i mainly do auto body work and restoration repairs etc.
Location: Armstrong B.C Canada
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Re: Thanks, Dan.

Post by jonester123 » Sat Oct 29, 2011 12:47 pm

Dan, major thanks for all you have done over the years to keep the forum going and making the new forum so we can all continue with our passions to build choppers and other projects. :clap: :dance: :bow-blue: :obscene-drinkingcheers: :auto-biker:

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SELF INTRODUCTION: hi everyone its me from the old bord hopeing to see everyone come here and all the newcomers . lets make this as good as the old one or even better . lookin foreward to seeing everyones projects continue and ill be continueing mine too
Location: utica new york

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Post by curt » Sat Oct 29, 2011 5:43 pm

i agree id like to give dan a big thanks for keepin the old bord running long enough for me to find it and post some info and for gettin the newone going with all he has goin on i know it aint easy . got my respect bro
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SELF INTRODUCTION: Just a grumpy old welder/chopperhedd Spent far too much time burning wire for a living but hey, one does have to pay the bills ya know! Worked shipyards and fab shops welding about everything stick, mig, tig and sub-arc. Both hand held and automated. Worked weekends in a Honda shop in the late 70's and in an all bike shop in the late 80's thru early 90's. Likes? Choppers, rock-N-roll, NRA and boobies! Dislikes? PC, VD, AARP & NAACP I'm pro business and totally against big government interfering in our daily lives. Live free or die baby and you'll have to pry it from my cold dead hands. Do love little children and puppies though. Both of them can turn me into a 300lb. old softie!
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Post by rakeNtrail » Sun Oct 30, 2011 1:34 am

Board looks good Dan! Great job as usual.

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I live in New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand
I have been riding bikes for over 40 years
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Post by Kiwicaveman » Fri Nov 04, 2011 1:00 am

Great to have the board back
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When the world was younger and you had everything to lose?"
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Post by joe49 » Sat Nov 26, 2011 6:42 pm

thanks for your time and dedication to the continued sharing of info it is greatly appeciated. joe PS since your starting this site over how about restarting me back to say 21 or 25 also.

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SELF INTRODUCTION: I was on the last board as bonustoolkit. I have changed that to my given name.
I started a project build there " File and Fit." I paln to continue that when I go back home in Dec. 2011. I first joined the board when Gary W had it in the year 2005. That was the time I really gained an interest in building chops. I have a long way to go, compared to some here.

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Post by hansgoudzwaard » Sat Nov 26, 2011 7:23 pm

Thanks to you who have allowed us to visit each other's workshops during their builds . Every day I come back for the latest posts to see what Maz, Curt , John S., etc., have done. Thanks to Ken, Dan, & the rest of the hardcore group.

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SELF INTRODUCTION: The Biker Mistress, Blonde, blue eyes, English Lady bike builder and previously a member of the CBH. I run my own custom bike and chop shop (MazChopz) on the south west coast of England. I have been building custom bikes for over 35 years and have built some 130 bikes so far. I am happy to share my knowledge and "expertise" and also hope to learn from the other forum members. I look forward to meeting up with many of my friends from the CBH and especially to seeing how Dan got on with his Knuck.
Location: South West Coast of England
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Re: Thanks, Dan.

Post by Maz » Sun Nov 27, 2011 7:51 pm

hansgoudzwaard wrote:Thanks to you who have allowed us to visit each other's workshops during their builds . Every day I come back for the latest posts to see what Maz, Curt , John S., etc., have done. Thanks to Ken, Dan, & the rest of the hardcore group.
I hope you're not too disappointed to see I haven't posted anything new recently fella...I'm busy rebuilding my bike table and some other stuff.....but there are three projects lurking in the yard ready to get started any time soon..... :whistle:

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SELF INTRODUCTION: I am hoping to start my new build soon, been getting everything ready in place, 1st need to build jig but I will get there.... lol.. I am living in Swansea, Wales... 49 .. I have never built my own bike before so my first build might not be pretty but it will be mine and built by my own fair hands and no one elses...

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Post by gebear » Sun Nov 27, 2011 9:30 pm

Yeah.... well done mate.... I enjoy reading all the posts and on occassions post something of my own. As yet I have not been able to start my own project as finances and having to sort my other bike out money only goes so far on sick money ... lol. It happens when you have the money time is limited and when you have the time you dont have the funds which is my case ... so I am building up getting equipment together bit by bit and then get my materials then hopefully be ready to start, but taking a little longer than hoped as personal problems dont help..... but when i start i know there plenty of help here...:) and of cause Maz in the background with a wealth of knowlege as well as many others too.... Cheers to all...

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SELF INTRODUCTION: The Biker Mistress, Blonde, blue eyes, English Lady bike builder and previously a member of the CBH. I run my own custom bike and chop shop (MazChopz) on the south west coast of England. I have been building custom bikes for over 35 years and have built some 130 bikes so far. I am happy to share my knowledge and "expertise" and also hope to learn from the other forum members. I look forward to meeting up with many of my friends from the CBH and especially to seeing how Dan got on with his Knuck.
Location: South West Coast of England
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Re: Thanks, Dan.

Post by Maz » Mon Nov 28, 2011 5:38 pm

Nice to see you back Bear - we must catch up sometime :banana-dance:

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SELF INTRODUCTION: I've got motorcycles in my blood. Growing up with my dad riding them, I feel like I've always had my fingers tightly wound around handlebar grips. My taste for bikes and the family are strong and the only bike I'll ride is one that's been stripped down to the essentials. I don't care for all of high tech stuff on the new stuff. I just want simplicity. not a Limousine on 2 wheels.

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Post by SoCalBiker » Fri Jun 09, 2017 11:39 pm

YES!! I appreciate your hard work, Dan! I wonder if we could get some t-shirts or something made for the site to help promote it? That'd be a great start, in my opinion. I had stepped away from the board for a bit after a few months in college to concentrate on that and when I was able to come back, I couldn't remember my login info and at that time you had to have an ISP email address (like from comcast, etc.) and I didn't have that. So, I just lurked at the front door and visited the other part of the site when I could and then not too long ago, I remembered the forum and came knocking and sure enough, I got let into this awesome house! Nice to be home with you guys!!

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