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    bye bye bike....

    Mine getting loaded into my van tonight head off tomorrow..
    Packin nowt in boxs think i'll carry kit on plane.
    opened box up the other day and a starp was mouldy so don't fancy my white dinner jacket and pants lookin rough
    Roll on june.....

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    Why oh why, just when the weather has turned so good does the bike have to leave today?



    I have already loaded Lloyd's bike onto the trailer.



    Next please.



    Up up.....



    And away



    There are two opinions of the GS. There are those who have ridden one who think its fantastic and there are those who haven't who know its crap.

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    700 mile round trip to drop mine off today, 11 hours door to door, here's my bike beside Norm's







    .....................(gulp)..........
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    Quote Originally Posted by garfield View Post
    700 mile round trip to drop mine off today, 11 hours door to door, here's my bike beside Norm's
    Which one is it? Those feckin 1200's all look the same to me.
    There are two opinions of the GS. There are those who have ridden one who think its fantastic and there are those who haven't who know its crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aidan1150 View Post
    Which one is it? Those feckin 1200's all look the same to me.



    Mine's the one that doesn't look like it's gone backwards through a hedge.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by garfield View Post
    Mine's the one that doesn't look like it's gone backwards through a hedge.....
    Bless you, I wished I'd left you lost and In tears now.
    Why PLAN when you can play it by BEER

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    Bless you, I wished I'd left you lost and In tears now.



    there's a vindictive streak behind that jolly demeanour of yours......
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    They got here safe and sound
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt Bilco View Post
    They got here safe and sound
    Cheers Chris, Aidan was fretting a bit, you know how worked up he gets,
    unlike me of course cool as a cucumber


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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddy Dakar View Post
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    unlike me of course cool as a cucumber
    Yeah, right.



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    They are on their way so this is now really happening All strapped in and used airbags for extra security.

    Many thanks to Moose and Tractor Pilot for your help in loading
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    Chris, did you spray mine with WD40 in case the ship sinks ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by neil 23 View Post
    Chris, did you spray mine with WD40 in case the ship sinks ?
    The ship should be alright Neil, us lot won't be on it.

    It's all a bit real now isn't it, or is that just me?
    There are two opinions of the GS. There are those who have ridden one who think its fantastic and there are those who haven't who know its crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aidan1150 View Post
    The ship should be alright Neil, us lot won't be on it.

    It's all a bit real now isn't it, or is that just me?


    Really looking forward to this one Aiden, feel like a 8 year old in middle of November (No Michael Jackson jokes please)


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    I'm dancing naked in my hotel room I'm so excited.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by garfield View Post
    I'm dancing naked in my hotel room I'm so excited.....
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    Why PLAN when you can play it by BEER

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