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I have just made a Facebook group for any and all California R3 owners. We can discuss anything from modification, fixing problems, or even meet ups. It's just a group where we can talk about our bikes and see what others say. It's called California Yamaha R3. Any feed back let me know!
 

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I have just made a Facebook group for any and all California R3 owners. We can discuss anything from modification, fixing problems, or even meet ups. It's just a group where we can talk about our bikes and see what others say. It's called California Yamaha R3. Any feed back let me know!
I attempted to lookup such group, but with no current findings I found myself lost and confused by your post. So........
 

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I deactivated my facebook a couple yrs ago otherwise I would join. Although if you plan for any meets or rides, you should make a post on here as well :p I'd be down to go
 

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It's an easier way to post vids and photos and share any info. Anyone and everyone is welcome :) I want feed back as well. Should this be a nationwide group or just a state group? Willing to do either :)
 

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I am pretty fast at adding everyone who asks to join. I would like to have the feedback to see if it should just stay a California group or should I make it a United States group. I don't believe there are too many owners in California so expanding it could benefit. Thoughts?
 

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and.. everyone's in socal
 

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Nor Cal here! (South Tahoe)
South Tahoe! Well, you absolutely have to buy a motorcycle, then.

I used to live in Davis (grad school) and Sacramento and rode the Sierras every chance I got.

Hwys 50, 49, 89, 88, 395, 108, 4, and 70. Can't beat those roads! Hwy 88 up to Kirkwood was one my favorites. Smooth surface, unlimited twisties and never any traffic (probably not as true today, though, since this was over 25 years ago).

Enjoy!
 

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Yeah this bike is amazing for canyons. It's so nimble and a blast to lean on. A definite yes for anyone looking to ride for fun lol. Or for any riding :) the group is growing :)
 

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this is just a bump for anyone that lives in cali. just in case you havent seen this post there is a california group. its a great place to talk about anything and everything about our bikes. discuss upgrades or just ask question. :)
 

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You requesting everyone to join your group but I already sent a join request thrice and was denied. That's rude!

I left a message to Kevin L. and no response.
 

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Nevin - Go ahead and request again. I will add you.
Sorry but I have been getting a lot of requests that aren't legit.
 
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