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Offline Winger

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NW 200
« on: May 20, 2019, 08:38:09 AM »
Well another year come and gone when the weather is good there’s nowhere better and when it’s bad(race day) leaves a lot to be desired  :002:

BBC NI 10.30 tonight or you can get it on BBC Sports site.

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Re: NW 200
« Reply #1 on: May 20, 2019, 06:42:30 PM »
Yep.  It was bloody freezing on the Saturday. :190:  Great experience though.  Stopped there for Friday and Saturday  nights.  Really friendly people. 
Great rides both ways  :305:. First tour on the XR,  really happy with it.  Can still ride like a hooligan  even with the extra weight of the  luggage . Not that I ever exceeded the speed limit  you understand   :164:
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Re: NW 200
« Reply #2 on: May 21, 2019, 07:45:05 AM »


What the photo doesn't show is the vibration from a crap tank of fuel.

Only in Ireland stop for fuel north of Dublin 15.36 euro woman at the counter says 'Forget the 36 its a nice day for riding a bike'  :002:

After 23 years of going to the NW finally went round around the Bushmills distillery(owned by Mexicans) 21 year bottle £159   :012:

Oh yea broke my duck after 3 years of ownership the bike had still never been wet more by luck than judgment and it got well and truly christened and will take some cleaning.
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