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  • About Blackfly
    Biography
    Feet planted firmly in the clouds
    Location
    New York
    Interests
    Riding everywhere. Sailing 365. Whatever seems like a good idea at the time.
    Occupation
    working- real work, like with tools and sweat
    forename
    Alan
  • Signature
    When I roar down the road on my Harley- MICE get the hell out of my way. Everything else you better watch out for.

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  • Last Activity: 09-14-2018 10:01 AM
  • Join Date: 08-11-2011
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  1. Honey-Badger
    06-06-2017 06:32 PM
    What's up, my man? It's BlackPharoah (BP) I changed my name... new look. Hope all is well bro!! It's been a few years.
  2. Curlybill
    12-01-2014 08:54 AM
    Thanks for the invite. Spring can't come soon enough.
  3. Cruzn34
    02-16-2014 06:47 PM
    Hey Bud! Just bought another Harley yesterday and it was a 2008 Anniversary edition Dyna Wide Glide. Rode it about 100 feet before I felt good to go with it and I'm picking it up at the dealership this coming Wednesday. Bike is in excellent shape and only has 20,124 on the bike! Shop I bought it from sold it New and they had done Everything that needed done before the man traded it in a few weeks ago! Heck they even gave Me a 4 year unlimited warranty because I financed part of it through Harley and it's. Good until I either sell it or trade it on a newer one. Got it for $10,975! PTSD may be well on its way out and you were right saying it would feel Great being back on one again! Going to try a 100 mile run this weekend if that old PTSD is totally out of my system! Glad to be back in the Groove again. Thanks for your support!!
  4. 01-24-2014 02:12 PM
    :-D. Thank you my new friend
  5. Twistnride
    01-23-2014 09:33 PM
    Live fast,and die hard. Seems to be the way of it sometimes. Shouldn't be here myself,but fate dictates the terms,not me. Ride like you mean it. Bill
  6. Cruzn34
    01-23-2014 11:56 AM
    Thanks ole Buddy! I used to get on here all the time and as of late I forgot how to use this sight! I know that kryingame is a jerk and his statement was way out of order! I Almost bought a 2008 dyna yesterday, but I just couldn't put it in gear and ride! I guess its that PTSD that I have heard about and even the Doctor told me that I would just sit there and not move until I get over this! I have had too many wrecks racing dirt bikes and sand dragging 3 wheelers, but I always got back on before the next race and was in the top few when it ended! This thing is New to me and although I know I will get back on and ride again, I just can't seem to find that Old Me that just threw stuff like this aside and went for it! I may be buying one in a few weeks and just putting it in my shop to look at and tinker on until that little Demon inside me goes away! Thanks Blackfly
  7. Very High Plain Drifter
    01-23-2014 10:56 AM
    I'm told New England is gorgeous all over the place. Original England is well worth a visit if you can - very bike friendly (for the most part) although the weather can be quite hit-or-miss. My ex-wife (a native New Yorker) once asked me why the English don't have many picnics or barbecues. After living here for a few weeks, it was blindingly obvious. We do have them, but they kinda have to be at a moment's notice...

    I'll bet the riding is fabulous in CT though (weather permitting). We have great scenery in England too, but physically less of it. Mainland Europe on the other hand...
  8. Very High Plain Drifter
    01-23-2014 10:30 AM
    I remember winter in New York. Without wanting to sound all wussy or anything - I'm delighted to not have to deal with that crap every year! But the summers are lovely. I remember going up to the Dobbs Ferry/Tarrytown area one time. The entire Hudson River Valley is glorious - I do miss that.
  9. Very High Plain Drifter
    01-23-2014 09:56 AM
    That movie was the inspiration. I think I saw it again about a week or something before I signed up to the site. For a western, it's pretty weird...

    Winter here is great this year! Not that cold (about 7-10C) and pretty dry so far. Seriously feels pretty springlike already (in January!) They keep threatening that colder weather is coming, but there's really no sign of it all. Cold I can handle, but cold and wet sucks wherever you are.
  10. Honey-Badger
    11-30-2013 02:59 PM
    Hope you had a great a Thanksgiving brother!

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