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Offline Paul K

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Re: Cleaning the Sections Help a Biker
« Reply #15 on: November 27, 2018, 07:34:37 am »
Speaking as an observer it's also better if you ride with your tongue sticking out or sing at the top of your voice.
You wouldn't want to listen to my singing :-[.  And as for sticking out my tongue, you wouldn't want to see that after the night ride :-X.  Mouth, camel and a***'ole spring to mind.

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Re: Cleaning the Sections Help a Biker
« Reply #16 on: December 22, 2018, 11:41:57 am »
Relax, man. Add a slug of Castrol R to the gas tank and make the Marshals happy; they'll soon forgive your transgressions. Or maybe suggest to the guy in front of you that he adds the R to his tank....by which time you get into the section those Marshals will be mellow, man.

My mate has been adding a slug of R to the mower for years just to make the task a little more pleasurable. 8)

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Re: Cleaning the Sections Help a Biker
« Reply #17 on: February 14, 2019, 08:30:30 pm »
Get that GS project finished and have a go with that. No one will expect you to do well and you will enjoy the whole experience more competing on something you made yourself.  8)

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Re: Cleaning the Sections Help a Biker
« Reply #18 on: Today at 07:52:44 am »
Get that GS project finished and have a go with that. No one will expect you to do well and you will enjoy the whole experience more competing on something you made yourself.  8)
Been too cold to go out in the garage and I need to make some space to work in the garage.  As to enjoying the whole experience, the bike gets heavier every time I look at it :o