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Thumbs up What generation rider are you?

Saw this on the PSB site.

I'm a 2nd generation rider, my Dad rode in the British paras (army)

My bro rides a KTM 520.

How many generations of riding in your family?

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I Father rode briefly on a BMW but he doesn't have the bug like I do.

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but several uncles ride harleys. i understand some other relatives were hells angels material, in LA tho.


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Dad had a BSA in the 70's, a suzuki gs1100 in the 80's and a few harleys in the 90's.

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3rd I guess

grandfather lost his leg from knee down when the bike and side car he was riding hit a mine in the war

my father rode bikes when younger but he is in late 70's now

Brother has given up bikes for a more comfortable life of leasure

and then theres me with a new delivery on its way to join the EV03
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4th, my whole family rides. My great grandfatehr rode, although I never knew him. My grandfather still rides at 74 yrs old, and he rides HARD, its a real sight. My aunt and uncles still ride, my stepfather, myself, and several of my cousins. Its one fo the few family activities I really enjoy, partialy because no one can really talk to one another when you're wearing a helmet and showing off.
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