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    Quote Originally Posted by Engineer View Post
    I originally thought the Silver Ice one was the best colour but after seeing the Matt Black in the flesh there was no contest, I had to have it
    Ah well, if you love it there's no discussion needed

    I get my new bike on Sunday, must be the season

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    Quote Originally Posted by g00ner View Post
    Ah well, if you love it there's no discussion needed

    I get my new bike on Sunday, must be the season
    Coool post some pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by g00ner View Post
    Ah well, if you love it there's no discussion needed

    I get my new bike on Sunday, must be the season
    what you getting ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Engineer View Post
    The ladies at work all love it - result!


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=165GH9s0RXM
    She's got Captain Black's helmet.
    There can only be 11 and I'm one.

    My pics

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    What a great looking motorbike.......

    Ohlins/Brembo/Spokes..........SSSSSSsssssssso....

    The weather is picking up.....Enjoy Sir......

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    Quote Originally Posted by g00ner View Post


    Hope the pick up went well Mike, thnx for the delivery today. Hope you got home ok and the bad back heals soon.
    Wore the twat suit to snetterton, nice and cool with all the vents open, so bodes well for the Alps and Lake Como...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigAlEly View Post
    Hope the pick up went well Mike, thnx for the delivery today. Hope you got home ok and the bad back heals soon.
    Wore the twat suit to snetterton, nice and cool with all the vents open, so bodes well for the Alps and Lake Como...
    All good - now mZ'd right up

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    Quote Originally Posted by g00ner View Post
    All good - now mZ'd right up
    Mike's new MZ, aka the travelling oil slick after it's maiden journey over to me (it never made it ).

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatnfast View Post
    Mike's new MZ, aka the travelling oil slick after it's maiden journey over to me (it never made it ).
    Made it home though ��

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    Quote Originally Posted by g00ner View Post
    Made it home though ��
    It did indeed, that's the beauty of MZ's; a hammer and screwdriver and away she went :-)

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    This Thruxton R thingy is the most fab, grin inducing, coolest bike ever

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    ....must be good then!!

    Pity your positivity doesn't carry through on most of your other fucking threads!

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    Quote Originally Posted by flatdog View Post
    ....must be good then!!

    Pity your positivity doesn't carry through on most of your other fucking threads!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Engineer View Post
    This Thruxton R thingy is the most fab, grin inducing, coolest bike ever
    Wait until it's run in and you can open it up properly, they actually go quite well too

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    I saw one of these in the flesh for the first time on Sunday, great looking bike and kinda think it might be on my wish list now great choice, hope the weather holds up for plenty of miles


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