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GTS with a difference

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Postby stevewp » Wed Nov 09, 2005 3:08 am

Posted Saturday, November 5, 2005 @ 11:18:25

Have edited it Col. You were trying to link to a page, rather than a picture, but I suspect this is the picture you were after

http://www.lazareth.org/vignettes/v-max-bi-monobras.jpg
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Postby rooyenan » Wed Nov 09, 2005 3:10 am

Posted Saturday, November 5, 2005 @ 14:56:49

No Way!!!
I'm pretty sure he was trying to show us this little baby!!

http://www.lazareth.org/fiches/1000-gts.jpg

OK, its all in French, but as you can see it's directly taken from the GTS!!!

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Postby gtsthouwa » Wed Nov 09, 2005 3:10 am

Posted Saturday, November 5, 2005 @ 17:05:41

Correctomungo!!!! baby would i like to have a blast on that MUTHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Must be g,s GALORE HUH!!!!
Oh well i do like my gts, pity the bike season has drawn to a wet and cold end.
Can,t wait untill hot summer days to liven up again.
I hope we can all meet up properly next year.

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Postby Dave Carey » Wed Nov 09, 2005 3:11 am

Posted Saturday, November 5, 2005 @ 20:33:59


Col.
If you stayed away from the lanes full of cowshit it would have two benefits,
First:- Your mind wouldn't wander as though you are on magic mushrooms ( how much for half/pound)

Second:- The GtS has 5 gears and after you doing 145 mph in second I'm glad I have a good description of your bike ( pics ). Will gladly take a ride any dry day unless you are cleaning chrome until mid july. Or a wet one if you like but the coffee's are on you.

Glad to see you have come out of hiberneration, you fooker!!!

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Postby Artur Kowalski » Wed Nov 09, 2005 3:12 am

Posted Sunday, November 6, 2005 @ 12:09:01

Biking season ended? why didn't anybody tell me!
Doh . . . and there I was, foolishly planning on riding through another winter!

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Postby gtsthouwa » Wed Nov 09, 2005 3:12 am

Posted Sunday, November 6, 2005 @ 20:28:23

I don,t mean to piss on yer chips Artur.
Peraps i shud ave refrazed dat.
The dry fair weather wussa fookin!!!! bikin season iz ova.
Obviusly you are a diehard fookin bika!!!!!(I used to be one i can tell you)
I used to ride my CB500 4 JPS Special through all kinds of crap, shit ,deisel, slime, wet, snow, shite ,cow shit ,wet lanes, e.t.c.

Now i have the choice, of riding through the shittiest of, monsoon, cow shit, slidy, fookin roads,
on two wheels, with smelly brown keks,sweaty arm pits,steamy visor,leakin seams,ready to be pulled out on by 4 wheel tossa.
OR!!!!!!!!
Leaning back in my recaro type armchair with, the Air con/heater on ,Cd on,Blue tooth on,shirt on,armrests down thinking and looking forward to sunny days and joyfull rides out not to mention not having to clean all of farmer giles's prize cow shit and sheep and horse shit from off of my beautifull GTS MINTER!!!!! hee hee hee hee hee.

I,m sure i will be getting a few replies of this one but "c'est la ve"

Toodle pip, ttfn,chow,cya,e.t.c.

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Postby Artur Kowalski » Wed Nov 09, 2005 3:13 am

Posted Sunday, November 6, 2005 @ 22:52:41

Hey Col, no need to apologise :-)
I know what you mean about riding at this time of the year, have noticed a dramatic decrease in the number of bikes on my daily run into the City of London. As you get closer to the city centre the number of scooters increase though. Will somebody tell them the season's over! or at leaset to use their mirrors!!!
Don't know if sharing the road with cows is preferable to riding amongst a herd of Gileras.

At least you have a choice, my alternative is sharing a London Underground carriage with a crowd of sneezers.
By the way, I noticed I stopped falling ill since taking up commuting by bike.

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Postby stevewp » Wed Nov 09, 2005 3:13 am

Posted Sunday, November 6, 2005 @ 23:24:11

I'm a wuss and proud of it!!!!!
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