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    back riding

    after a little while without a bike we are finally back riding. Nothing spectacular or even exciting but both bikes are putting huge grins on our faces.
    The PC 800 has the added bonus of looking just enough like a cop bike for the cage drivers to notice us.-And yep Pic one was just posed/. Bikie gal wears attgatt
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    Good news that is Frosty, better keep those pillion rests screwed on, looks like you've got a resident back seater!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FROSTY View Post
    after a little while without a bike we are finally back riding. Nothing spectacular or even exciting but both bikes are putting huge grins on our faces.
    The PC 800 has the added bonus of looking just enough like a cop bike for the cage drivers to notice us.-And yep Pic one was just posed/. Bikie gal wears attgatt
    didn't know they made Vespas that big

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    Quote Originally Posted by caseye View Post
    Good news that is Frosty, better keep those pillion rests screwed on, looks like you've got a resident back seater!
    Yep --Now my problem is sorting armrests or something like that. Little darling is so relaxed she falls asleep
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    Welcome back. Those PC800s were an interesting arrangement, not for the GSXR brigade, but for people interested in going further at a more relaxed pace they look a good option. That "boot" was a unique arrangement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pritch View Post
    Welcome back. Those PC800s were an interesting arrangement, not for the GSXR brigade, but for people interested in going further at a more relaxed pace they look a good option. That "boot" was a unique arrangement.
    The PC stands for Pacific Coast. It's intended for the tourer, and the rear luggage space is well matched to that lifestyle. Finish work on a Friday, head up the Cabrillo Highway to the relaxing place of your choice.

    It's a look that not everyone loves. But those who do get a great bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FROSTY View Post
    after a little while without a bike we are finally back riding. Nothing spectacular or even exciting but both bikes are putting huge grins on our faces.
    The PC 800 has the added bonus of looking just enough like a cop bike for the cage drivers to notice us.-And yep Pic one was just posed/. Bikie gal wears attgatt
    Good for you mate. There's nothing quite like it - Being away from biking for a while just serves to intensify the feeling of enjoyment/satisfaction one gets from it.
    Navy Boy

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    Quote Originally Posted by pritch View Post
    Welcome back. Those PC800s were an interesting arrangement, not for the GSXR brigade, but for people interested in going further at a more relaxed pace they look a good option. That "boot" was a unique arrangement.
    Yep--for me it looks like a fattie but its just a little 800cc V tin under the plastics. What it means for me is that all the errands I was forced to do in a Cage I can d with this bike. Heck -2 front car shocks ve stuffed in boot
    To see a life newly created.To watch it grow and prosper. Isn't that the greatest gift a human being can be given?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rastuscat View Post

    It's a look that not everyone loves. But those who do get a great bike.
    the guy who designed the Janola Bottle has a poster pinned to his ceiling above the bed, and a large box of kleenex beside his bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellywrestler View Post
    the guy who designed the Janola Bottle has a poster pinned to his ceiling above the bed, and a large box of kleenex beside his bed.
    they are known as the flyin condom, for those excitable.

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    Good on ya Frosty. Must be something in the water https://www.kiwibiker.co.nz/forums/s...-Supper-S-port
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    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Boy View Post
    Good for you mate. There's nothing quite like it - Being away from biking for a while just serves to intensify the feeling of enjoyment/satisfaction one gets from it.
    Better than sex or mastibating in the shower......
    "Every time you set your ass on a bike, you're playing a game of Russian Roulette between yourself and your own stupidity."

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    Feels good to be back on two wheels after being cage bound for so long.
    Then I could get a Kb Tshirt, move to Timaru and become a full time crossdressing faggot

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