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    Happy New Year! What are your 2022 goals?

    Happy New Year guys and gals!!

    For 2022 what are your project goals? Start something new, finish a long term project, so some mods and tweeking to your daily?

    Anyone confident enough in your plan to put it in writing?

    We are going to finish Wes bike so by the spring so he gets his permit, he can ride.

    I AM going to get my driver's license back so I can do longer rides without looking over my shoulder.

    I'm hoping to get daisy back on her bike, even if just in the parking lot.

    Finish my truck stereo, maybe even build my own sub box.

    ​​​​​4runner, little more spiffing up and a stereo!

    Speedway bike, ready and I'm track by spring.

    Wish list: get the road race bike back on track this summer.


    What you got planned????

    Happy New Year y'all!!!

    Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

    #2
    I declared 2020 my year... so... I take everything one day at a time.

    If you were looking for a support group you're barking up the wrong tree. This place is fulla enablers dude. - Shooter77us

    The bitterness of low quality lingers long after the thrill of a low price has gone. - RacerX450

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      #3
      Wake up every day and make sure my body parts are still functioning

      Unravel the threads of my bad karma blanket

      Hug my Rotties every day and thank them for the protection they provide

      Post only positives and encouragement on the Forum

      Keep the rubber parts in contact with the tarmac

      Kiss Cindyturbo each night before closing my eyes and thank her for dinner

      Bi-Coastal U.S.A.: Los Angeles, CA and Long Island, NY

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        #4
        Originally Posted by jspeed53 View Post
        Wake up every day and make sure my body parts are still functioning

        Unravel the threads of my bad karma blanket

        Hug my Rotties every day and thank them for the protection they provide

        Post only positives and encouragement on the Forum

        Keep the rubber parts in contact with the tarmac

        Kiss Cindyturbo each night before closing my eyes and thank her for dinner

        Awesome!!

        But what do you want to get done in the next 364 days
        Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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          #5
          Ride the piss out of the FJ09, FZ07, and 954. Buy Tuono V4 if I get all the piss out of the latter!

          WW/R
          Life is a journey, not a destination.

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            #6
            Lose 25 pounds.
            Watch my son get married in October.
            Turn the barn into a workshop, possibly a guest house as well.
            Design a 2-up seat solution that accommodates a Revere tank.
            Flock of Hawks | '13 Tacoma | '69 Falcon (currently getting reassembled!)
            I've spent most of my money on women, beer, cars and motorcycles. The rest of it I just wasted.

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              #7
              Originally Posted by 69Falcon View Post
              Lose 25 pounds.
              Watch my son get married in October.
              Turn the barn into a workshop, possibly a guest house as well.
              Design a 2-up seat solution that accommodates a Revere tank.
              Right on. I should have mentioned that I will lose 25 pounds this year too. Already lost 30 - can PM you some of what helped me if you like.

              Congratulations on the October wedding thing - I expect by October my oldest will be engaged!

              WW/R
              Life is a journey, not a destination.

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                #8
                1. Detail the Hawk and enter it in the annual Oregon Vintage Motorcyclists show.
                2. Ride the Hawk more. I got it reassembled too late in the season last year.
                3. Take longer rides on the BMW, after all, that is what it's there for.

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                  #9
                  This might sound like the weirdest new year's resolution ever but I'm trying to stop going off on so many tangents in the middle of conversations. Especially at work. Like I need to keep that stream of conscious to myself and try to stay on topic every now and then.

                  And then there's the regular goal of losing some weight. I'm like 30 lbs down and a lot slimmer since early 2020 so I'm halfway there.

                  And in general, stop planning things and start doing things.

                  And go to CTHR.
                  Suzondacati Build Thread

                  Chain rollers, swing arm chain guides, brake hangers, etc.

                  Various parts for sale

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                    #10
                    quit racing
                    Gino
                    Chain Roller

                    NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE PREDICTABILITY OF STUPIDITY

                    2012 CCS LRRS ULSB Champion
                    2012 CCS LRRS P89 Champion
                    2008 CCS ULSB National Champion
                    LRRS HAWK GT Racer CCS Expert #929
                    ECK RACING

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                      #11
                      Originally Posted by nt650hawk View Post
                      quit racing
                      Good luck. Easier to quit heroin.


                      Ask me how I know.


                      Oh, and while we are on the topic... When are you going to come ride this little dirt missile? ?

                      Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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                        #12
                        Not in any prioritized order:

                        1. Spend more time riding than wrenching. Goes for the Hawk and the VFR8. Hawk stage 2 should be finished by summer.
                        2. Finish the Vespa paint job, reassemble and ride.
                        3. Make it to the Hawk rally.
                        4. Maintain current bikes and no more additions.
                        5. Get a fun sports car (BMW e46 or e82).
                        6. Maintain my current health, ride more miles (cycling) than last year & save beer for the weekends.
                        7. Spend more time with kids and parents.
                        8. Keep working on the marriage.
                        9. Find a bigger garage with an attached (smaller) house.
                        10. Design and make some new stuff.

                        Last edited by eyhonda; 1 Week Ago.
                        Eric Y.
                        NT663, VFR800 & Vespa LX80
                        Yuzon Designworks

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                          #13
                          Finally get my garage workshop built. I have been talking abut this project for like 5 years. I was all ready to pull the trigger when the COVID hit. Finally we are trying to kick off the project as soon as the ground unfreezes. It is a block in the way of a great many plans.

                          I figure if I could do that, and maybe at least get Hawk B running this year, it would be a pretty good year.

                          I have a bunch of other stuff going on, but they're not really resolutions or goals, just plans:

                          Going on a first out west ski trip in 20 years.
                          Flattrackin' Hope to hit 6-8 races. Maybe a school.
                          Some vacations, some work, my wife & mom have big birthdays this year, don't get too much fatter, save some money, blah blah blah.



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                            #14
                            1. Get the motor and trans back in my El Camino so I can finally get it out of the garage so I can bring my Rickenbacker home.
                            2. Continue to work on getting a hard date for my retirement. When I can get an idea of when I can actually pull the plug, then I can start working on moving all my crap to WY.
                            3. Spend as much time as I can with my daughter since she is in HS now and she will be moved out and doing her own thing before I know it.

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                              #15
                              New here, but imma be getting my first Hawk, and hopefully doing some sweet mods and kitting it out

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