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Mailee29/11/2012 23:24:31
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I think i have reached my mid life crisis. After turning my woodworking hobby into a business I was in need of a new hobby. Having two good friends who are bikers i have decided to join them and have just given myself an early Christmas gift.....and here she is:

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Beautiful isn't she? 1992 750 Virago with only 16000 on the clock. Very well maintained. I am now looking forward to the summer...if we get one. dont know

paul wagstaffe30/11/2012 09:41:53
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Well done Mailee, get your self over here for the Isle of Man TT and give your new toy a blast around the coarse.

Paul

Paul Bodiam30/11/2012 13:18:44
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Lovely, but you can't fit much timber in those saddle-bags.

Big Al30/11/2012 17:06:33
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I am so jealous......................

Al

John Jane02/12/2012 18:32:09
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Lovely machine, I had a similar style Kawasaki.

John

Ivor the engine03/12/2012 07:59:59
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Go for it Mailee,

Take care,

Ivor.

Woody Al04/12/2012 07:36:43
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Very nice! Does this mean less time in the workshop?

David Nevin04/12/2012 11:07:44
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Maikee I was going to post a picture of my other hobby ...my austin 7 1933 and show how I can carry wood on the paniers

But I have forgotten how to get photos direct onto posting replies ...i can get them into my album

How do you get the photos here without going and putting them in the album section

Regards

David

ps nice machine

Ron Davis06/12/2012 19:10:57
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Woody, it means he gets there faster in the mornings.....

Ron

Bruce Rauncar26/12/2012 16:27:41
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Beautiful she is! One hobby is not enough. The great feeling to own one is an inspiration

to create more. Enjoy!

Mailee27/12/2012 18:28:49
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Thanks guys. I am looking forward to the summer if we get one to get out on the open road with her. I will still be spending a lot of time in the shop though. (Got to pay for her) David I only upload my photos to my gallery and then post them from there. Just upload your photos and then click on the camera icon to add them to the post. HTH.

John Jane30/12/2012 15:18:29
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Beautiful, I had a similar style Kawasaki.

First passed my bike test in '67, got back into riding in '88, got on a Kawasaki KH100 did a wheely not realising how much power there was compared to my old Triumphs, messed my pants.

Then registered for the CBT and took the new test, felt a lot safer, built up from 125cc to 750, then got taken out by a drunk driver 200yds from home.

Kept my BSA Bantam for a while the quietly retired, sold the bantam for more than I paid for it.

Good safe riding.

John

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