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Offline Gaz93

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new member
« on: June 11, 2019, 10:24:10 AM »
Hi Lads / Lasses,
I've just purchased a 2017 (67) S1000R in White / Blue motorrad colours.
it only has 343miles on clock.
I've part ex my 2016 S1000RR ( white / blue Motorrad)  in for it, after having her for 10 months.
I covered 6k miles on the RR , but at 50 yrs old im beginning to ache in back of neck and wrists after long rides.
I've heard great reports about the R, and youtube videos seem to all agree its a cracking ride.
I hope the R lives up to the admiration I have for the RR.
The RR is the best bike ive ever owned for looks and speed. But the aches and pains are just a bit too much to live with.
after a recent Lakes tour ( averaging 30mph because of the narrow country roads and my mates all being on naked bikes ) ive decided to change.
im already a member on the RR uk forum and the guys on there are very helpful.
hope you lot are just as welcoming..
i'll upload so photo's when I transfer all my mods over to new bike. :152:

Offline Hooligan

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Re: new member
« Reply #1 on: June 11, 2019, 12:54:16 PM »
 :400: Don't think the R will disappoint. :002:

 


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