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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-18-2010, 12:33 PM Thread Starter
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Wish I could get the bike out

The woman's out with her sisters for a drink. I'm home from work early. Nothing needs doing.

Man I wish I could get out on the bike for a spin.

Instead I'm sitting here with my arm in a stupid sling waiting for bones to heal and my MV's just sat in the garage waiting...

I've been fine with it the last month but tonight it's doing my head in - I want to ride a motorbike!!
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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-18-2010, 12:59 PM
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Feel for you mate. Mind you, over here in Sussex its pissin down so im quite happy not to be out!
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I know, crap here too... but I'd still do it! LOL

Might have to go into the garage and make brum-brum noises
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Iv just finished a landscape in Bromley, can't be far from you.

Speedy recovery mate and don't rush riding it, it's getting slimy on the roads now.

Mines tucked up till spring :-(

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Put your woolley jumper on !

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Iv just finished a landscape in Bromley, can't be far from you.

Speedy recovery mate and don't rush riding it, it's getting slimy on the roads now.

Mines tucked up till spring :-(
Hi James..So I won't see you blatting up the road to Melton this winter ! ?

I ride the Beemer..It's salt proof...and providing I wrap up well it can be enjoyable...I don't mind cold bright dry days..but I hate when the roads are wet and slippy for weeks..Definitely wouldn't sully the MV in those conditions...

I do however try and get away from UK during the winter....you could very easily lose the will to live..

look forward to the spring and I'll take up your offer to find some good nosh out in Leicester/Notts...
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I'm heading out now. I promise to think of you everytime the rev limiter light comes on!

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post #7 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-18-2010, 01:59 PM Thread Starter
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James - indeed. Now seeing as you're done you could start sorting mine!

agusta 17.... beware karma!
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Ha ha guys, well winter riding's not for me.

Iv just got the MV at the moment and there's no way she's seeing salt or damp.

Roll on spring and yeah we will head out on some of the best roads i know and have a jar :-)

Is it nearly spring yet :-)

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I know, crap here too... but I'd still do it! LOL

Might have to go into the garage and make brum-brum noises
it must suck.
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+1 for instant Karma

Gggrrrrrr

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