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#556318 - 28/01/19 09:26 AM Meets & trips
TimG Offline
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Registered: 01/11/13
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The percentage of meets & trips threads on this forum seems to be getting greater. Is it time to consider placing them on their own separate forum?

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#556321 - 28/01/19 10:06 AM Re: Meets & trips [Re: TimG]
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Hear hear! I'll second that. I did once suggest a page where we could view forthcoming events chronologically but was told that it would take too much of someone's time to set up & manage. Fair enough I guess but would be jolly handy. Dealership breakfast meets could be included along with the TM gatherings and various upcoming motoring events etc
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#556322 - 28/01/19 10:11 AM Re: Meets & trips [Re: hARPpy chappie]
Hamwich Offline

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Registered: 28/04/08
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Originally Posted By hARPpy chappie
Hear hear! I'll second that. I did once suggest a page where we could view forthcoming events chronologically but was told that it would take too much of someone's time to set up & manage. Fair enough I guess but would be jolly handy. Dealership breakfast meets could be included along with the TM gatherings and various upcoming motoring events etc


Is there a reason you can't use the existing Events Calendar?
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#556344 - 28/01/19 12:56 PM Re: Meets & trips [Re: TimG]
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Ditto anything to do with M3W's which I feel now warrant a separate section as they are of no interest to me and I am sure that the converse is true for many 3W owners.

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#556348 - 28/01/19 01:43 PM Re: Meets & trips [Re: TimG]
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Quite agree with you Max5 these are quite different beasts altogether.
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#556349 - 28/01/19 01:44 PM Re: Meets & trips [Re: TimG]
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Hi TimG,

As you can see I am organizing a trip to the S&S factory. As long as I have been a member I have seen notices of meets for the M3W listed in this forum and I just followed suit. I did not realize there is a separate “ Meets and Events “ forum listed under Talk Morgan Members section and just found that out now. I will redirect any further communications for the S&S trip to that forum.


Edited by Sportster (28/01/19 01:52 PM)
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#556352 - 28/01/19 01:48 PM Re: Meets & trips [Re: Andre44]
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Originally Posted By Max5
Ditto anything to do with M3W's which I feel now warrant a separate section as they are of no interest to me and I am sure that the converse is true for many 3W owners.


Originally Posted By Andre44
Quite agree with you Max5 these are quite different beasts altogether.
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Do you do realise that you are posting in the Morgan Three Wheeler section?

It's not really surprising the meets and events here are M3W based.
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#556356 - 28/01/19 01:57 PM Re: Meets & trips [Re: Sportster]
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Originally Posted By Sportster
Hi TimG,

As you can see I am organizing a trip to the S&S factory. As long as I have been a member I have seen notices of meets for the M3W listed in this forum and I just followed suit. I did not realize there is a separate “ Meets and Events “ forum listed under Talk Morgan Members section and just found that out now. I will redirect any further communications for the S&S trip to that forum.


There are a number of events which tend to be M3W only - eg the Albert Ball and Jungfrau Treffen. As such I suggest that it makes sense that these stay in the Three Wheeler forum.

General Morgan events, such a breakfast meets, dealer days etc, sit better in the Meets and Events forum.
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#556380 - 28/01/19 03:59 PM Re: Meets & trips [Re: TimG]
ShaunD Offline
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Registered: 31/01/17
Posts: 484
Loc: Oxford
Think we Three Wheeler owners are very happy with how the Three Wheeler section currently operates and, personally, I wouldn’t want to change a thing. It’s great; it’s not broken; and it doesn’t need fixing, unlike our cars!!!

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#556387 - 28/01/19 04:14 PM Re: Meets & trips [Re: TimG]
+8Rich Offline

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Registered: 15/12/09
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I agree with the Meets and Events for the 4 wheelers and it makes sense using the Three Wheeler section for your events.
I personally enjoy reading the M3W adventures especially of a touring kind, the mechanical misfortunes also make for a very interesting read.
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