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consideration for bike of the month

this is a new project i just finished my 08 cbr 1000 track bike
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-12-2009, 07:34 AM
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Just gorgeous! Have you ridden a 600 on the track as well? I assume you pref liters but how different is the cornering really? I ask because I'm considering a CBR1k for the track with how cheap they're going for but am really focused on the cornering fun.

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They serve Indian, Thai and Chinese stuff here. Everything I tried was very nice. And the prices were ok, too. A main course cost around 12 Euro (rice, naan bread etc costs extra though).
The colourful decoration in red and orange. Oh and the Chicken Tikka I had as starter (and the spring rolls of my neighbour were very tasty as well). My main course was Red Thai Chicken Curry which was rather spicy but excellent.

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[QUOTE=proximityinfote;662878]They serve Indian, Thai and Chinese stuff here. Everything I tried was very nice. And the prices were ok, too. A main course cost around 12 Euro (rice, naan bread etc costs extra though).
The colourful decoration in red and orange. Oh and the Chicken Tikka I had as starter (and the spring rolls of my neighbour were very tasty as well). My main course was Red Thai Chicken Curry which was rather spicy but excellent.

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