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R3Owners.Net - The Triumph Rocket III Motorcycle Community

#1
Many years ago, when I owned a massive Motorycle Forum, there was a meltdown in one of the particular sub-forums. When the dust settled, I needed an opportunity to test something I never used before (vb3) and some folks volunteered to help startup and moderate this site:

http://www.r3owners.net

The site has been running for 5+ years and supports a small community of "mature" bikers who enjoys an intense amount of British Power between their legs ;)

It still needs a lot of work, but am thrilled to be here.
 

Adam Howard

Well-known member
#2
Many years ago, when I owned a massive Motorycle Forum, there was a meltdown in one of the particular sub-forums. When the dust settled, I needed an opportunity to test something I never used before (vb3) and some folks volunteered to help startup and moderate this site:

http://www.r3owners.net

The site has been running for 5+ years and supports a small community of "mature" bikers who enjoys an intense amount of British Power between their legs ;)

It still needs a lot of work, but am thrilled to be here.
Dude, so glad to see you made the switch. Welcome to XenForo :)
 

Robby

Well-known member
#4
I get this:

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So it's only for people who want to see ads.:)
 
#5
So it's only for people who want to see ads.:)
On my former vb3 site, I used an alternative-image display technique that showed a standard-sized image detailing how this site is supported. It was effective, but added some minor overhead, and isn't completely responsive-friendly.