back to business
spauldingd at hotmail.com
Mon Jun 25 06:25:41 PDT 2007
I am in Des Moines and would be glad to help in any way I can. My garage
can always accommodate another motorcycle if you need a place to keep it for
But, I have what could work out to be a much better solution for you. Many
of you old-timers on the list will remember Kim Shockey. He made it out to
a couple of the Colorado rides and was quite active on the list in the
beginning. I don't know if he still subscribes, but I haven't seen him post
for quite some time. Anyway, Kim lives about 30 miles north of Polo,
Illinois on a farm and being the great guy he is, I am sure he would be
happy to put up your bike in one of his buildings. I have a phone number and
Email address for Kim I can send on in private.
Dave in Des Moines
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jerry Clair" <darkclarity2k at yahoo.com>
To: "Kawasaki GPZ1100 discussion" <gpzlist at micapeak.com>
Cc: "Julian Solomensky" <jsolo at solo-tek.com>
Sent: Sunday, June 24, 2007 8:29 PM
Subject: back to business
>I did the Teddy bear run in today. You know, Ride the bike
> with a kids teddy bear and donate it to the Cleveland
> Clinic and Rainbow children's hospital. Made me grateful.
> Anyhow, now that you guys are back, I need your wisdom.
> I've bought a Gee-per located in Polo, Illinois. Great right?
> The question is how to get it home.
> It's in good shape but, no plastic and the faring frame
> may be bent. Technically, The head light is fastened on,
> (Probably tie wrapped)
> Timing is another problem, I'm off to Iowa Thursday.
> I'll may have to ask the seller if waiting is a problem.
> How can I kill 2 birds with one stone.?
> Which Dave is in Iowa?
> 1. With no plastic. Riding it home to Ohio, would suck.
> (-No not cuz home is near Cleveland! ;)
> a.1)One answer would be to yank the plastic and frame off
> of my current bike and ride back. maybe the train?
> You know that whole Trust thing "I don't know this bike."
> a.2) Rent a u-haul trailer (or truck) and barrow a friends truck.
> or tie down to the bed of the truck. This seems reasonable.
> but the timing...
> Julian, do you have room to store the bike for a few weeks or something?
> I could pay the guy off on my way to Iowa. Then, somehow,
> drop it off to you. This would me work the logistics at a later date?
> I know your garage is full but, I got to explore possibilities, you know?
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