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    #Thisones4you

    Folks, 3 weeks back I lost my best friend. My dad was 56 years old and had been battling cancer for 11 years. Not once during all of those years did he complain or take self pity. He was the inspiration around me planning a trip to Norway and on his deathbed told me he would be with me one way or another. He loved bikes, beer and building. There wasn't anything he couldn't turn his hand too.

    This trip will now be a chairity event for Our Lady's Hospice in Dublin, Dad wanted to do something big for them as they made the last few months of his life as beautiful as it could be. Ill be covering 100% of the cost so I promise all donations will go to the hospice. The price of a coffee or couple of beers would be great and in return ill post some vlogs especially for those who hate vlogs

    https://www.idonate.ie/anbyrne
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    Good lad . Donated.
    Quote Originally Posted by Engineer View Post
    There are far more people risking their lives on the GS than any of the competitors bikes

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    I genuinely appreciate that, thank you

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    Sorry for your loss Anthony. Such a young age too
    My father-in-law spent his last days in Harolds Cross Hospice & they were absolutely brilliant
    A couple of quid thrown in your bucket, ride safe
    Just 'cos you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get you !

    Remember, experience only means that you screw-up less often.

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    A couple more .........

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    Donated....let me know if you need any help or info about Norway and I'll be happy to help.

    Phil

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    Gentlemen seriously thats some amazing support.

    Jockser it was way too young, still cant get my head around it-even though I knew it was coming it knocked the shite out of me.

    Thanks Harry!!!

    Phil thank you and ill definitely be in touch

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