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At 10:03am on April 24, 2010, John and Dee Rollins said…
kewl just saw the thread and its nice to hear you guys are online......
At 7:03am on April 12, 2010, Tom "SongFan" Warren said…
Thanks for the response Ed. You and Ray did a great job. It must be cool knowing what is coming out a couple of years ahead of time. Makes me wonder what's being modeled in clay today.
At 10:58pm on April 11, 2010, VaRyder said…
Thanks Ed! By the way, you all did a great job on the Cross bikes!
At 8:54pm on April 10, 2010, VaRyder said…
Welcome Ed! I like your job, can I have it? At least the riding part. I notice your last pic in the gallery appears to be at an Indian dealer. What is your affiliation there? I've always have an appreciation for the Indian styling, and now the Victory. I ride "new school" on a Vision.
At 4:02pm on April 10, 2010, Tom "SongFan" Warren said…
Welcome Ed. I linked to your website off of Vision-Riders. Very cool story about the year with Polaris. My "handle" at Vision-Riders is SongFan in honor of Mike Song. I'll go to my first motorcycle rally ever this summer when I head to Spirit Lake with the #1 goal of meeting Mike in person. I also look forward to meeting Jeff and a bunch of other characters from Vision-Riders.

Thanks for all your work on the Cross Country. It is a really nice looking bike. (I'd like to hear the inside scoop on how hard it was to change that front fairing/headlight set-up from the one on the clay model to the final product.)

You are from a dwindling breed of "old school" craftsmen. Great job.
At 3:24pm on April 10, 2010, Jeff Martini said…
Ed, welcome just the same. We all appreciate your work on developing & sculpting the Cross Country bike. Go ahead and upload some photos of your experience.


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