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Hi all,

Here are some photos of my ride today. Perfect weather, as you can see. These should be available in my gallery soon. I hope you like them.













 

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That looks so angry in nice Perth.
You might have the weather but you better find some twisty bits to get the full experience. So what's your firts impressions?, when I got my Brutale, I couldn't stay off it!
 

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Greg Albert said:
That looks so angry in nice Perth.
You might have the weather but you better find some twisty bits to get the full experience. So what's your firts impressions?, when I got my Brutale, I couldn't stay off it!
Yep - 'real' twisty bits are few and far between here, but I know of a few.

My first impressions are that the bike is fantastic - but I'm preaching to the converted there. The pluses far outweigh the minuses, and I'm sure they always will. I can't stay off mine either - in fact I just took it down to the shops... :)
 

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Yes, that's my Mum. She approves, because it's an Italian bike. She used to teach Italian migrants to speak English, and she loves everything Italian. :)
 

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Nice pics John. :) I see it's your birthday BTW, many happy returns mate, :birthday: a nice present you got yourself. :smoking:
 

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Nice pics John. :) I see it's your birthday BTW, many happy returns mate, :birthday: a nice present you got yourself. :smoking:
Thanks John - yep, best present ever! :)
 

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there is NO EXIF data embedded in these images

what camera did you use?
That's odd. I used a Canon PowerShot A70. It fits perfectly under the seat. I wanted to use the G7, but it was too big.
 

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spalding12 said:
john
great stuff
love the one of your mum
what terrific weather there..... just GORGEOUS
love the university shots as well..... nice touch

ride the bike well
enjoy her more each time you climb aboard

thanks for the great shots
I had to go to the uni. I love it there. It's where I got my first degree, and absolutely beautiful.
 

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1000 kisses to your Mum from Italy!!! :) :) :)
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Thanks Pier! She was very happy translating bits and pieces on the bike for me. :)
 

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i am looking for a nice "in-your-pocket" point and shoot camera
i usually shoot with my Nikon D200....
can't carry THAT one around on a Brutale :jsm:
I can just imagine it strangling you as it trails out in the wind! :)

This sounds like a good topic to run - why don't you start a "Best Camera for the Brutale" post? I'll vote for a Canon Ixus 90.
 
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