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Im calling all So-Cal riders. Lets get a meet going. We can meet up at the 24 in Anaheim, they have a 4 floor parking complex the top floor is always empty we can meet there. Its off of OrangeWood and State College Blvd. Address is 3600 W Orangewood Ave, Orange, Ca 92868. Let me know if your down. Look forward to meeting fellow riders.
 

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I would like to meet and listen to different aftermarket exhaust notes in person. Particularly full exhaust systems.
 

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That would be pretty cool. I'm torn between the full Akrapovic system, the m4 slip on, and the Akrapovic gp style slip on with custom headers/midpipe to match - the brap, brap is strong with this one.
 

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Y'all wanna shoot for this Saturday?

Meet up at that 24, then cruise out to.. Seaside Donuts? Grab some jalapeno n ham croissants, take some pics, and dip out lol. Unless that's a bit more further than you LA guys wanna go.
 

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How does Saturday April 30 at 10:00 sound. We can meet at 10:00 am and start riding at 11:00 am. As far as destination Im unsure so if you have any ideas please comment them below. :)
 

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Y'all wanna shoot for this Saturday?

Meet up at that 24, then cruise out to.. Seaside Donuts? Grab some jalapeno n ham croissants, take some pics, and dip out lol. Unless that's a bit more further than you LA guys wanna go.
I'm down for this Saturday.

How does Saturday April 30 at 10:00 sound. We can meet at 10:00 am and start riding at 11:00 am. As far as destination Im unsure so if you have any ideas please comment them below. :)
April 30 is quite some time away.

I would like to meet and listen to different aftermarket exhaust notes in person. Particularly full exhaust systems.
I have a full yoshi exhaust if you want to hear it this Saturday. No DB Killer.
 

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If you pick a destination that is not just food and meet and greet you will attract many more people. Grub is always good, but there has to be good riding. It looks like there is brand new riders looking to get involved so you need some canyon destinations that are not overcrowded, extremely fast, or extremely technical.
Yes, I second the good riding part. Perhaps Santiago Canyon? Never been, but looks like a nice intro to canyon riding, with easy corners. I like Azusa, kind of reminds me of ACH.
 

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Yes, I second the good riding part. Perhaps Santiago Canyon? Never been, but looks like a nice intro to canyon riding, with easy corners. I like Azusa, kind of reminds me of ACH.
I rode Santiago on Monday, from Trabuco General Store to Chapman Ave. Nice tree arched roads, nice rolling hill scenery, nice smell of the horse stables, but quite boring in the twisty category. I'd say much more suitable for the two up cruiser and road king crowd. Ok with me if that's where you folks choose to go.


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