The Regulars - Twin Cities Vintage Scooter Club
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  "The Regulars" is a club for vintage motorscooterists in the Twin Cities area.

Membership is currently free, but our one and only requirement is a love for vintage scooters. Our goal is to gather often, enjoy good health and ride in mass as the gods intended.

We meet at Pizza Luce in Uptown Minneapolis on the first and third Sunday of each month at 2:00pm (weather permitting, of course).

Sometimes we arrange other gatherings and announce them via email or the discussion board, so make sure you get hooked up with us.

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The New Regulars Page!

Whoo-hoo! Finally I got the new Regulars page all finished (well, except for a few little minor touches) and it now functions as a news and information area and can be updated by the web team (me and Matt).
You'll notice a few things about this page: The time stamp at the bottom of each entry is actually the perma-link to that particular item. We can decide whether or not to allow comments per item, which you'll notice as the "comments" link next to the time stamp. Links might be pop-up images or windows. Or we can post images directly into the news item. Everything gets archived automatically (but the archive templates aren't yet finished so they look different). And this is also all published into an XML feed for other people to use on their computers/websites. Wow. Technology rocks! hee hee.
Oh, the commenting system here is not meant to replace the discussion board that we all know and love, but is merely an addition to it.

Posted by jeremy at November 2, 2001 11:11 AM

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Kick ass Page Fantastic new look

Posted by John B at November 2, 2001 12:16 PM

Ok, I think I got all the archives working now... looks like the only left is to fix how the "post comment" window appears...

Posted by jeremy w at November 18, 2001 9:49 AM


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