"Where did you ride your bike today?"

Meet the new love of your life, buy a cat or maybe have a good joke? If it's non-bike related, it goes here.
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Zeek
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Real Name: Glenn
Bike: Honda CB450 Basket case
Location: The great state of Taswegia

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Nowhere.
I only work on them...never ride 'em. :banghead:
Experience is something you don't get until just after you need it.

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Location: Bundaberg,Queensland

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Zeek wrote:Nowhere.
I only work on them...never ride 'em. :banghead:
Me too.... :lol:
Will we get to catch up in your home state next month Glenn?

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Not unless I run alongside
I'm pretty quick though. :lol:
Experience is something you don't get until just after you need it.

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What trusty steed have you selected from your stable for this years trip, Dave ?

The mean green machine again ? Or maybe the MKII deserves a run. Perhaps let a Kat loose?
How about terrifying Tassie with the Turbo ?

Decisions, decisions.
Anything I say , may or may not have any truth or relevance , this is the internet after all.

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The ZRX is my tool of choice for Tassie RZ. :eyebrows:
Chosen purely for it's big grunt and reliability.
Fitting some new sticky rubber "Pilot 4's" for the run. :motorcycle:

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