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Offline CRuSHeR

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Re:BIG HELLO EVERYONE
« Reply #30 on: November 11, 2003, 21:19:38 PM »
What more could I wish for? I take 5 minutes to get in my suit and geared

up and 5 minutes to take it all off at work. The ride is approx. 12

minutes..

I should get a job further away from home to enjoy riding

:)
Gear up and start riding now, biking is fun and a horse aint no cow.

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Re:BIG HELLO EVERYONE
« Reply #31 on: November 12, 2003, 07:48:29 AM »
Take the scenic route then!  ::)
I don't have to drive

much more than 15 minutes to work either.. home I somehow tend to find routes

that take longer  ??? 8) ;D
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Re:BIG HELLO EVERYONE
« Reply #32 on: November 15, 2003, 02:05:36 AM »
Nice action shot G! I'm the same, I very rarely ride directly

home, even if it's only a couple of miles xtra!
 Had to go to a

different shop yesterday to help them out while they are short staffed, so I

volunteered to go on my bike if they covered the fuel. Made short work of

going round the city's ring road - didn't get caught up in all the

traffic. Superb! 8)
Got a full tank of juice out of them too! 8) ;)
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Re:BIG HELLO EVERYONE
« Reply #33 on: December 25, 2003, 23:00:27 PM »
Hello an happy christmas guys just found the site 2day. got a 87 750

fj,slightly modified(tarmac at 70 mph is very good for lightening plastics and

exhausts) its got 176,000 kms on clock,engine rebuild at 168,000,it was usin

more oil than petrol by then and smoked like a rd350. these are great bikes

guys, look after them an they'll look after you,happy riding and watch

out for those diesel slicks, gravel, potholes stupid drivers etc, or maybe you

only find them in ireland,
will be back v soon ,
jim

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Re:BIG HELLO EVERYONE
« Reply #34 on: December 27, 2003, 13:24:21 PM »
Hi Jim,welcome aboard. Glad you found the forum.
Still having

trouble registering on the main site ?

About the bad roads,we have

bad roads, fortunately not that much I think.

Hope spring arrives

soon :D
Gear up and start riding now, biking is fun and a horse aint no cow.

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Re:BIG HELLO EVERYONE
« Reply #35 on: December 30, 2003, 09:33:33 AM »
you have more than 2ce my clock-count!! wow.. that's great

news :D

welcome btw ;)
Veho ergo sum