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Old 29-09-2003, 09:32 PM   #16
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Just becareful mate...... I need someone to bug and talk to everyone once in a while=)
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Old 01-10-2003, 01:53 PM   #17
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well I got it

Picked it up yesterday about 11 am - done a quick 100 miles on it to get the feel, damn its soooo smooth, corners so well, only done a mere 95 MPH at this time as Im still running it in and not going over 6k Revs

I will take some pics this week although the pics dont really do the bike justice IMO. Its a cracker!

One thing I have noticed Is the amount of traffic on the road compared to how it was some years ago since my last bike. I was crusing down the motorway and it is a scary time as to then when there seemed to be a lot more space, and people are nuts now! especially them lorry drivers! They just dont give a toss!

I didnt really feel the difference in a car but on a bike puts it all into perspective as I am more safety concious.

any ways - pics to come
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Congrats Kevin! I'm lucky I don't have a licence to drive motor bikes. I would be dead by now
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