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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-25-2004, 10:36 AM Thread Starter
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You should go bikeless too!!!

Or just have it out of order. Since winter I have lost 20lbs, down from 235 to 210. I have been working non stop around the house and yard. Just to think, I could be fat and lazy like the rest of you posers on the mount.
























I miss being fat and lazy...and the bike

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-25-2004, 10:43 AM
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Well if you would have learned how to turn left you would still have a bike worthy of riding.The Dagos have got you again. Saw a nice Bimoto that you would look good on in the mountains Sunday. Are you ever going to get that aprillia on the road again.?

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Yeah, I have the bike back to "new ", save one big part that is being replaced under warranty (aparently I had a slight fule leak). To make a long story short the dealer got the part in, but it came deffective and now I'm waiting for a new one via Italy. I have been riding around on my enduro, so it takes the edge off a little bit. Aprilia USA sent me a buch of crap to ease my tention, but all I want is my damn part.

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Mike .remember the squeeky door gets the oil. Call them everyday. email them twice a day. and write lots of letters to Aprilia USA. tell them you want a new bike to ride until your parts come in. Hell ,there's lots o Factorys around.

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Yeah, it's one of those things where the dealer is being a freind, so I just follow up with him. Last I herd the part had made it through customs and just needs to get to the dealer.

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