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see ya later suckersjust got this e mail i'm off on holidayUNITED NATIONS OFFICE UK3 Whitehall Court, London, SW1A 2EL United KingdomTEL: +4408715036515 +4405603053391HELLO THE BENEFICIARY,THIS IS TO NOTIFY YOU THAT YOUR OVER DUE INHERITANCE CLAIM/CONTRACT PAYMENT WHICH IS WITH A COMMERCIAL BANK HERE IN EUROPE WHICH WE MONITOR FOR PROCESSING AND APPROVAL IS READY TO BE RELEASED THROUGH THE COMMERCIAL BANK.SOME OF THESE FUNDS ARE FROM AFRICAN COUNTRIES WHICH YOU WERE TRYING FOR YEARS TO CLAIM WITHOUT SUCCESS .IT IS PERTINENT TO NOTE THAT AN ISSUE OF ...
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Passed your test.....?This is a genuine question based upon a genuine thought triggered by the recent cbt/das question ......... GS 850g is my answer...... A pig ugly bad handling under powered overweight bastard of a bike..........
I was just thinking after I posted the stupid reply about sticker removal (sorry) that there is a myriad of experience on this forum as well as the 'new to biking' fellows (and fellowesses). Has anyone got any top tips (real ones this time) in relation to biking, skills maintenance etc that has been passed on or learned over years of experience that newbies could benefit from, things like taking out a coaster to put your sidestand on in hot weather so it doesn't sink through the tarmac. Just thought as old farts could impart a bit of brain. Sorry if this ...
Just to gather opinion on this topic, I thought I'd post here. Now that Putney bridge has been closed for the next 3 months, traffic seems to be chaotic as everyone tries to get across Hammersmith Bridge instead. I commute to work on a motorbike, and while I hate filtering through traffic, being sat stationary is even worse. I thought I'd ask Richmond Borough about allowing motorbikes access to the bus lane that runs the entire length of the A306, specifically for the coming months because the weight of traffic makes motorcycles quite vulnerable. I thought the reply demonstrates the ...
Hi All, on the 20th of July a Gas Gas Cami 250 enduro was stolen from Kirkby Stephen Cumbria. This was out of the showroom and unregistered as brand new. Serial number VTRPA25Z0E0440066, engine number 000169The Cami is still quite rare in the UK and if anyone comes across any for sale please let me know. Ring MHB Motorcycles on 01768342538 or 07921062179. A reward will be given to any information late leads to the return of the bike. Cheers
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http://youtu.be/_1G4bZ5i5ToThey start them young in Spain... Very young.... How cute is that kid..
Stupid green paper part of UK driving licence to be scrapped next year:
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