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    Joe becareful, I may soon be riding you like your vintage.

    As far as me getting my bike on the box goes... It'll get up their on its own. Your the only person I know who stutters through a forum.

    "maybe you could ask him to ride your bike and get and get that bike on the box for once" said Chuck




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    is anyone else bothered by the topic? chuck has pole on the brain.


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    Maybe thats why he keeps stuttering.



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    Haha! maybe the pole isn't on his brain but stuffed in his stutter-box

    and to think, he didn't even say anything to provoke this


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    just a warning to you aaron, this horsey likes to be ridden bareback. you side-saddle riding mary...

    giddey-up!

    actually i think what aarons doing is really really cool. if i was going to build and race a british bike, thats the way id want to do it. thats also exactly why my triumph is in the condition its in! so i cant really aatck too much, but its alot of fun to get him all worked up!

    it is kinda weird the way they have classes for such "new" bikes in wera though isnt it??? but i guess its cool since they couldnt be ridden competatively anyplace else. and they aren't a "vintage" club. liie ahrma and cra. oh yeah aaron, the backup # i applied for is 135, which is the number i originally wanted when i joined, so if someone already got mine....i'll co-ordinate!


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    I thought I had Tony convinced to get a 13x's number, but he's mad at me so he went with his old number. I told you I got 133 for WERA vintage and WERA novice right.

    I thought it was kind of weird at first to see all those late 80's and early 90's bikes in vintage, but believe it or not, I think it's pretty good way of keeping bieks from having down time. WERA gets a big thumbs up.

    Aaron



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    i agree with you on the modern vintage wera thing. everybike shuld have aplace to race. there were so many great bikes that came out in the early 80s. kawasakis kz's and the first rounds of the gsxr's. do you still like them even thought hey have disk brakes??

    jc






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