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Happy new year

Post #1 by astek » Wed Jan 02, 2019 1:57 pm

Hi guys

I know this is very late but it has been a holiday to remember (not in a good way ) anyways i just wanted to wish everyone here a Very Happy New year and hope all that you have wished for come true for you as the year goes along

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Re: Happy new year

Post #2 by gltriker » Wed Jan 02, 2019 4:25 pm

:oldies tumb2 Happy New Year to you, too, Kevin!

Maybe we'll cross paths at the Paris Fairgrounds CVMG Rally again.

Keep your eyes and ears open and you'll learn something new, everyday. tumb2

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Re: Happy new year

Post #3 by chewy999 » Wed Jan 02, 2019 4:28 pm

A Happy New Year from me to you, and everyone on here that makes it so great.

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Previous Rides,
1980 CB250N Good to learn on
1981 CX500 good mid range tourer, went to Austria on it!
1983 GL1100C Pride and joy, sold when I bought my 1st house, big mistake
1985 GL650 Silverwing another mistake, horrible bike
1986 CBX550 Good commuter
1989 Suzuki GS750 (1976) cheap and cheerful until a dog ran out in front of me on Xmas Eve, 1991
Current bikes
2010 CB1300 back on a bike after 19 years, two divorces, children grown up etc
1980 GL1100 NOW ON THE ROAD, still use CB1300.

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Re: Happy new year

Post #4 by astek » Thu Jan 03, 2019 1:47 pm

I hops Cliff i enjoyed our conversation last year and a very happy new year to you as well Chewy

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Re: Happy new year

Post #5 by 77Gowing » Thu Jan 03, 2019 2:10 pm

Happy New Year Yawl!
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