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    Brief Introduction...

    Morning Everyone,

    I am a returning GS Adventure user.....Decided to get re-acquainted after a few year living with the 1000RR. Big step at my age, but have been encouraged by the reduced height model so the bike is less intimidating. Waiting for the bike to arrive in early June as just ordered a new R1250 Adventure TE plus Alu panniers. During the coming weeks I will be looking for and asking advice on what I need to do with the Bike to make a few planned trips, first one heading to the west coast of Scotland to do battle with 'The Midgies'.

    I hail from Tyneside area so Scotland quite a nice easy start, lets see how we go from there.

    Looking forward to re-uniting myself with the forum and its members.

    Regards

    John

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    Hi welcome back, you'll be please to know the search function still works, or if you fancy a bit of abuse, the 'which oil do I need to use' always goes down well

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    Greetings & welcome back....
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    Welcome along, plenty good advice and some banter on here
    KNOW WHENCE YOU CAME.

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    Quote Originally Posted by olde coney View Post
    Welcome along, plenty good advice and some banter on here

    Absolutely, anything you could wish to know about Brexit (still), electric vehicles and the many benefits of living in Portugal.

    Oh, and some bike stuff too.
    The Other PaulG



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