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post #1 of 12 Old Oct 16th, 2006, 8:46 pm Thread Starter
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Check out this riding gear...

Something for the GS folks
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Are they riding near sheep in that second picture?

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Are they riding near sheep in that second picture?
Don't say it too loud, or Woolly might hear you!

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Some people see the gas tank as half empty. Some see it as half full. All I care is that I know where the next tankful is coming from...
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Sorry I overlooked the gear no thanks.

But in that second picture the bike is a 1975 suzuki RM 125, This is the first year of production long travel suspension. The bike is in great shape with a after market sunburst aka Radial head. My knowledge on this subject ( Bikes not Gear ) is showing my age Errrr.

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Sorry I overlooked the gear no thanks.

But in that second picture the bike is a 1975 suzuki RM 125, This is the first year of production long travel suspension. The bike is in great shape with a after market sunburst aka Radial head. My knowledge on this subject ( Bikes not Gear ) is showing my age Errrr.
happens to be the first bike I bought afer my honda 50cc mini.
Can't say I ever rode in that attire though. That guy has more b---- than brains.
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While thats not bad, they did have Bikini Bull Riding up at Drillers last friday. Whole new slant on Milk Shake
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happens to be the first bike I bought afer my honda 50cc mini.
Can't say I ever rode in that attire though. That guy has more b---- than brains.
That was quite a jump from the 50!

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After a year of daily riding on a 15 horsepower 1969 Suzuki T125, I bought a 1980 Yamaha XS1100 with 95 horsepower. I never went over 1/4 throttle for the first month, but when I eventually did . . .

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