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August 9th, 2012, 04:54 AM   #91
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How convenient he 'rode your local road'
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Oh yes ..... well .... how convenient you say its "convenient that he rode your local road"!!
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August 9th, 2012, 05:51 AM   #93
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How convenient you say its convenient that I say its convenient he road your local road



Where is this road? And is there an article he did on riding it?
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Casey road my local road lately and declared that, "backing it in in Thailand is much easier than it is in Aus. AND they have a whole other gender that make's it easier for newbies to learn the craft of backing in. I believe there is a certain Australian, whom I won't mention by name, although he is known around the globe as "the big BM", who has much to offer in this regard. Apparently he is the backing in master of katoeys and beasts."
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I just cracked up at work!!



Arrab, you are a true King of powerslide, my hat off to you.
Why thank you #22, I try my best.



After a great meetup last weekend Ive come to Sicily (sorry cant find an apostrophe on this Italian keyboard), and following in the footsteps in the great BassPete am looking forward to hiring a Transalp or something of that ilk to ride around Etna.



It was a right bastard getting my couch on the plane and past customs though Barry. You should get out more and try it my fanciful Australian friend.
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I'm in Vietnam at the moment and I get the feeling that outback Barry wouldn't even venture out on a scooter here... Saigon traffic is a wee bit denser than the monumental trip to PI!!!!
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Why thank you #22, I try my best.



After a great meetup last weekend Ive come to Sicily (sorry cant find an apostrophe on this Italian keyboard), and following in the footsteps in the great BassPete am looking forward to hiring a Transalp or something of that ilk to ride around Etna.



It was a right bastard getting my couch on the plane and past customs though Barry. You should get out more and try it my fanciful Australian friend.


Should have took the London bus you stole at Silverstone GP
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Why thank you #22, I try my best.



After a great meetup last weekend Ive come to Sicily (sorry cant find an apostrophe on this Italian keyboard), and following in the footsteps in the great BassPete am looking forward to hiring a Transalp or something of that ilk to ride around Etna.



It was a right bastard getting my couch on the plane and past customs though Barry. You should get out more and try it my fanciful Australian friend.






Whereabouts in Sicily Arrab? I was in Messina on a cruise in June
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I'm in Vietnam at the moment and I get the feeling that outback Barry wouldn't even venture out on a scooter here... Saigon traffic is a wee bit denser than the monumental trip to PI!!!!
My daughter told me about that Mick having visited last year. Saying that, it is said that if you can drive in Palermo you can drive anywhere in the world. Jeez! Unreal...its like Delhi.



Right now 22 I'm in Taormina - exploring the flanks of Etna tomorrow. Beautiful.
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Have fun mate, and enjoy
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