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What Made Me Smile today ...........................????

Discussion in 'Main Forum' started by Yoda, Jul 14, 2011.

  1. Beelady

    Beelady British Superbike +

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    50 miles today, including a stop to collect a nice, new. crispy MOT certificate for the Kawasaki. No advisories, so many thanks to Leila and Mikey, without who none of this would be possible :)
    I might have to sleep all afternoon and recover but I really feel like myself again, at last.
     
  2. Mikey

    Mikey Street Fighter +

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    of course I’m happy to store it in my garage next to mine while you have a tidy up, I won’t ride it much honest :whistle:
     
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  3. lammyR6

    lammyR6 Moderator Staff Member Moderator + Site Supporter

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    Yaaay!!! I'm so happy for you. Amazing to think it was only January that you were ao poorly.
    Glad the Kwaka passed with flying colours. :bike::bike:
     
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  4. Stars and Stripes

    Stars and Stripes World Superbike + Site Supporter

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    Great to see you are out and about again, after such a shock. keep well, big hugs Paul:hug:
     
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  5. Beelady

    Beelady British Superbike +

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    Bike shopping, with my nephew :) He's a tall lad and wants an adventure style type as he finds them the most comfortable for commuting and will carry all his work tools easily, as well as a bit of touring and camping.
    I've tried really hard to be objective and we had a list to work through. I had the Tracer at the top of my sensible list but he didn't find it as comfortable as I'd hoped.
    Imagine my joy when he tried a Triumph Tiger and I saw his little face start beaming (he's only late twenty something). I have to say, he really did look as if it was a perfect fit. We went on to look at a few more, but it seems we're now in the market for a late, low mileage Tiger, 800 or upwards.
    I had to admire anyone who wanted to take his Auntie to look at bikes and ask questions, instead of his mates :)
     
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  6. lammyR6

    lammyR6 Moderator Staff Member Moderator + Site Supporter

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    But you are a rather cool auntie!
    Have a chat to @alexs at Motobox. He may be able to help find one.
     
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