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    Bruno

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    Quote Originally Posted by caseye View Post
    At precisely 7.30pm this evening the coal burner ROARED back into life, So, for n ow we're back up and mobile, paint nearly completed for the third time and this time it all goes back to "the" workshop where my good friend and I shall administer the proper (once and for all) and fully functioning paint protection system.
    Then it's up , up and away.
    We ride once a month. Our rides take 3 - 5 hours including stops and are generally held rain or shine.




    Quote Originally Posted by Katman
    If you only view one side, your view can hardly be called balanced.

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    Hey psy, cheers for the applause.
    Funny guy aye Murray? LOL.
    Be riding this weekend for sure, you guys coming up?
    Every day above ground is a good day!:

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    Well if you guys want a reliable Kraut wagon, I have one on TM at the moment. Its a very tidy R100RT with......panniers.
    http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/List...x?id=616691562
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    Quote Originally Posted by caseye View Post
    Hey psy, cheers for the applause.
    Funny guy aye Murray? LOL.
    Be riding this weekend for sure, you guys coming up?
    Nope unfortuantely not Don the bikers big ?0th birthday


    Quote Originally Posted by Katman
    If you only view one side, your view can hardly be called balanced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voltaire View Post
    Well if you guys want a reliable Kraut wagon, I have one on TM at the moment. Its a very tidy R100RT with......panniers.
    http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/List...x?id=616691562
    Holy Shit John, how many bikes you got?....nearly as many as me I'd bet

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    Quote Originally Posted by swarfie View Post
    Holy Shit John, how many bikes you got?....nearly as many as me I'd bet
    Its not too many bikes its, lack of shed space....
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    The Distinguished Gentleman's Ride

    This may interest you guys:

    A mate of mine is putting together the New Zealand version of the The Distinguished Gentleman's Ride.

    The ride is to be held around Auckland on the Sunday, 29th of September. Basically the ride is held across the world on the same day.

    Facebook page here: http://www.facebook.com/events/194332140733236/?fref=ts

    Basic info:

    A day where cafe racers, classics, bobbers come together and ride in a distinguished manner spreading merriment along the way.

    Mission
    To bring classic and cafe racers bike owners together around the world for a dapper of a ride.

    Description
    DGR is a worldwide event for owners or Customs, Café Racers, Bobbers, Flat Trackers, Retro’s, Classics and Quirky Motorcycles and their owners. It is an event that takes place all around the world on the exact same day. It is about motorcycles and dapper. We don’t care about work/social or life status for the one day we all ride the world together distinguished. This means Suits, Tuxedos, and Button up shirts, ties, bowties, top hats, canes, monocles, blazers, coats and all the rest of it!


    Official site:
    http://www.gentlemansride.com

    I'm sure he will post it in the calender soon.

    Here are some YouTube videos about it:

    http://youtu.be/ZZXFZg5tZmk

    and

    http://youtu.be/LVWhWIHqFzY

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    I can't wear a suit on my oil dripping Norton.... still looks like a hoot.
    DeMyer's Laws - an argument that consists primarily of rambling quotes isn't worth bothering with.

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