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I live in Concord and I am always looking for new people to ride with, especially other Vulcanites! Let me know if you ever want to ride. :motorcycl
 

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hello to concord vulcanite--i ride out of rochester & just bot my 86 vn750 3 wks ago--what a great bike!!! don't have an operator's manual & would like to read @ the bike--let me know if you want to meet for a ride or if you get over to the seacaost anytime--Jumper
 

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Hey Tyger

I'm from the Grantham NH area and I bought a 06 vn750 last year, getting her ready for riding - cruise control, saddle bag and add stuff as I go along.

Might be interested

Charlie
 

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Hi there,
Don't want to bother you but I"m in Lake Sunapee area - looking to get a couple people together for a ride or join up with other vn 750 riders
the name is Charlie forum name is Pookmaluke
Thanks for your time
C
 

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Hello All,

I'm in Derry, fixing up a barn find. It's a 1986 VN750 with 6998 miles, it has spent the last 10+ years in a chicken coop. When I get the bugs out I would like to get out and ride!
 

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Hey everyone,
I'm from Keene checking in. Just bought a 1993 a couple weeks ago and would love to meet up with some people for a ride.
 

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Hey, I'm down in Newmarket. Just picked up a 86 Vulcan out of Derry and I am trying to get 'er sparkin. I am usually up for a ride, I have a few other rides in the fleet :).

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Hi, all. New members from West Ossipee, NH. We just inherited a somewhat forlorn but basically solid 2001 750 from our son. He did not maintain it well and stopped driving it when it got unreliable. I have a bit of work and debugging to do, but then would be interested in meeting some of our fellow NH Vulcan 750 people.

I rode many years ago, stopped for personal and financial reasons. My wife Pat has never ridden but would like to learn. She plans to take a course and get her bike license. Meanwhile, I am de-bugging the bike and will ride it to scrape the rust off my skills. Once she gets her license, we can fight over who gets to take the bike out.

Just by chance, a neighbor has a 15 year old Vulcan 1500 that he bought new. It only has 3,000 miles on it (he developed medical issues right after he got it, hardly ever takes it out, but does run it and change the oil annually). He is thinking he may admit reality and sell it soon. Hmmmmmmmmmm..... His and hers Vulcans? :)
 
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