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What's up all. I'm transferring to Germany and just want to know what the riding is like over there? I'll be down in the Stuttgart community. Oh, by the way, I'm a Navy guy and I know that Stuttgart is a huge Army area, so take it easy on me. I've already lived in Italy and the riding there was great except for all the stray dogs running around.
 

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I didn't ride when I was over there. But if I ever go back, I'm definetely gonna take my bike along. I wish I could have the thing here in Korea. But enjoy Germany, it's a hell of a good time. Some day I'll be back.
 

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Thanks for the info. Me and my wife are realy looking forward to going over there. Have a good one and enjoy the holiday season.
 

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Hell yeah Germany is awsome

Welcome to Germany. First off, There is awsome riding in Germany. I am up in the Rammstein area I can show you all the cool spots up here. I am leaving form Iraq tomarrow and will be back up there. E-mail me for more info. [email protected]. Well got to go. Allways looking for new riders for our little crew. Its a lotta fun. Look forward to hearing from you. (Even tho you are Navy!!!!) LOL just kidding.
 

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I'm not sure if this will work, I wrote you a long reply to this a couple of days ago, if this post works this time just e-mail me. I bought my first new bike in Germany (a 92 FZR600R currently over 120,000 miles) I put almost 15,000 on it that two years I was stationed at Ramstien. Write me at [email protected] and I'll give you some advice. Trust me you'll love it. The real riding season is short but intense and worth it.
 

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I'm in Heidelberg, and the roads here are pretty good. The Polizei don't bug us, and we can get some pretty good twisties going. You can ride about 8-9 months out of the year. It's never hot enough to keep you from riding, eve with all your gear. It does rain quite a bit, and there is also some snow...alot like Seattle. In the summer there are hundreds of bikes on the roads. I don't know off hand what the rules are for the Navy as far as a motorcycle license, but it is a pain for the Army. Be prepared to spend a month or more just getting legal to drive. Some people choose to drive illegally (without a license), but if they get caught then it's their ass. Welcome to Deutschland.
 
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