I plan on ordering a 2004 650 soon. I live on Whidbey Island.mission650 said:Edmonds, WA here. I've owned a Burgman 650 for about 2 months and love it. Great commuter and for touring. Taking a ride over the Cascade Mountains this weekend. My wife and me would love to hear from other Burgman owners in the Seattle area.
I second the motion.alburg said:It would be interesting to have the Washington and British Columbia Burger owners get together on a weekend day in the spring or summer of 2005. I know that I would enjoy meeting other Burger owners and comparing notes and stories. There are a great number of places available to meet between Seattle and Vancouver.
Uh, Whidbey Island isn't a town, it's an island (the longest in the continental US). Towns on Whidbey Island include Oak Harbor, Coupeville, Langley, Clinton...alburg said:Whidbey Island is a very nice town as is Port Townsend.
In the late 60's and early 70's I owned a Bridgestone 90cc street model and the 175cc street model. Looked like I was spraying for bugs with the ol oil injection 2 stroke , but boy was I the cats meow! Long live the Bridgestone days!lifegetter said:I lived in Seattle for a long time, and my father still lives there. I owned a Suzuki 125 and Bridgestone 200 (both 2 stroke engine) when I lived there in the 70s.
Interesting to see so many people wanting to ride burgman in the rain. :wink: On the other hand, mist does not kill; raindrops here in Houston feel like hails and I was caught in it on my way home today. 8)
Hi Al,alburg said:I am very interested in the Governor’s Run; do you have more information, a web site? The trip from Nanaimo to Bremerton would be very nice via Victoria and the Port Angeles Ferry with a stop in Fort Townsend.
We will see if there is some interest in a Washington – B.C. get together in the spring.