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post #1 of 11 Old Feb 29th, 2008, 6:22 pm Thread Starter
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anyone in ct. who would like to become a southern cruiser, we 3 chapters in ct.we will be holding our annual kick off meeting sunday march 9th at mr. woks in waterbury, 1 pm any one interested let me know thanks
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post #2 of 11 Old Feb 29th, 2008, 7:32 pm
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What the hell is a Southern Cruiser?

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What the hell is a Southern Cruiser?
Isn't it a guy with a Cruiser from one of those Southern states, you know, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island?
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Isn't it a guy with a Cruiser from one of those Southern states, you know, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island?
LMAO! What do you call the people from NY, NJ and PA?

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[QUOTE=Lzyellodog]LMAO! What do you call the people from NY, NJ and PA?[/QUOT

SouthWestern Cruisers?

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anyone in ct. who would like to become a southern cruiser, we 3 chapters in ct.we will be holding our annual kick off meeting sunday march 9th at mr. woks in waterbury, 1 pm any one interested let me know thanks
Hey folks, Lenny invites us to join his club, and we just goofed on him.
Funny but a little rude?

Hey Lenny,

Is this the group you are referring to?

http://www.southerncruisers.net/


Here's their constitution:

http://www.southerncruisers.net/constitution.htm

Hey, maybe the thing for someone looking for a group to socialize and ride with. They don't have any dues but do have requirements for attendence or something. Me, my social calendar is full with all the BBD activity going on.

Here's a Southern Cruiser's Video (There's an LT in there):
http://larider.tv/sep13/scrc.htm

They do children's charity work.

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thanks charley
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No harm was meant, just fooling around. I guess my skin is thicker than most...

Anyway, a more thorough description certainly would help attract new members!

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Hey Lenny,

Intention was not to offend. Just playing around.

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Lenny, I'm not into joining the club (time constraints) but when there's activities, it may be worth a posting if you don't mind part-timers.
Thanks for the invites!

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I've ridden with both Lenny and the Southern Cruisers Connecticut Chapter. I too was confused about the name and pondered the expectations of a "club." I can't speak for the entire Southern Cruisers community, however, the Connecticut chapters are very "unclub" like. They are more of a Rider's Group than an actual club with s "Man at Arms" and such. I've found them to be a collection of like minded motorcycle enthusiasts who appreciate safety, a good sense of humor, and a warm meal. In the Connecticut Chapter, you'll find BMW's, Harleys, and more than a few metrics. You wont find any attitudes.
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