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    Nice to see a Quest still earning a crust

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    Quote Originally Posted by patzx12 View Post
    +1 on a video, that looks interesting, I don't know the back story but glad you are back biking.

    No back story really........ It's Mrs P's her G650GS was getting a bit heavy(she's only 5' in her stockings) and instead of toiling with a heavy ungainly GS she decided to have it converted into an 'adventure trike'

    I'll use hers instead of my Urban GS in case I get it dirty, covered in salt or drop it.......
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    The Icy b*stard ride!

    Did you need that top box on? i wouldn’t do off road in snow with hard box fitted. Better a soft bag. Better still, now’t!

    Well done for getting out in it though. Good inspiration. Now if you could just stop hogging all the white stuff and send some to Gloucestershire that would be appreciated.




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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisA View Post
    Did you need that top box on? i wouldn’t do off road in snow with hard box fitted. Better a soft bag. Better still, now’t!

    Well done for getting out in it though. Good inspiration. Now if you could just stop hogging all the white stuff and send some to Gloucestershire that would be appreciated.




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    I like a topbox, it's secure, waterproof and will keep a kebab warm for twenty five minutes........ I know it looks sh*te!

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    This is more like it

    No doom'n feckin' gloom here

    Good one
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