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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-11-2012, 08:03 AM Thread Starter
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Aerostich Bonneville

Hey, I received the Christmas Aerostich catalog yesterday and my Bonneville T100, Bearshark, and I are on page 29.

When we visited their "factory" in September, Andy Finegold, the creator and owner of Aerostich raved about the Bonnie and took a number of pictures of it and us. He told us that he really likes the way we have him set up.

If the catalog is online, I can't find it, but Andy emailed me the pictures he took and this is the one he used for the catalog:



I am proud of Bearshark. He is an excellent motorcycle. Nina was with us, but she was wearing a jacket from a different vendor and opted out of the picture. Andy thanked her for that.

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Cool pic! How many cases of beer can you fit into those panniers?

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Cool pic! How many cases of beer can you fit into those panniers?
Don't know, but even with all our stuff in them, I can always find room for a pint of Bourbon.
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Bravo! Well played.
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I'm not sure, but I think there's a Bonneville in that picture. It's kinda hard to see behind all the stuff that's not Bonneville, but it's there.

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That's brilliant! I'll keep an eye out for it online. It'll get on the online catalog at some point - I look forward to seeing the pic when I get my Christmas 'stitch catalog.


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That's awesome!
Congrats, you are now a celebrity!
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I never got the whole "stitch suit" thing but its very cool that you got into the magazine, and without a BMW at that.

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Got the catalogue today, page 29.

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Got mine too. As well as the picture of our man Charles, they have some cool new gear.

I bought a Darien set up this year, very happy with it I am.

Hey Charles - did you get a "I rode there" T shirt when you were at the 'stitch?

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