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brutale r


Dec 07

Posts: 3258

brutale r says:

was i in the wrong and what would u do

nearly every weekend me+m8s  age group 25 to 72  go for rideouts min 5hrs in the saddle my older m8 suggested we start meeting and finish at a new cafe on mount glorious about 2 months ago

now every week end we start and finish our ride at the new cafe there a big table full of riders these guys n girles make the power rangers look under dressed you name it they had it and the bikes duke tricolours bennies F4 MV 312 RC8 BMW1200 hardley's gold wings fiat R1 you name it if it cost a lot its here and they only live 30klms away ask ozzyjoles what the rds are like there ....they are awesome

so last weekend one of these posers spoke to me normaly the ignore everyone.. so me being me a smartarsed arse hole  replied nice bikes are the fiberglass models coz ive never seen them run to which i got told to fuk off then got banned from the cafe  and now banned fron an ozzy bike forum

now was i wrong in having a go at them on this ozzy forum and calling them wat they are a bunch of poor old sorry men  (ages range 45 to 65) try hard posers

god i wish gizza lived here 

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Aug 09

Posts: 6923

stevedeejay says:


aw they seem to be a very sensitive buncha souls,ya must've hurt their feelins :wink: (or touched a nerve more like) :tongue:

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Jul 08

Posts: 4516

ninjachica says:

Ha Ha

Good on ya Brutale!  Tell em like it is.


Maybe they can't afford any fuel, having spent so much on the gear!!

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Sep 08

Posts: 635

GHolmes81 says:


The lads who i know and ride with would of just given me some stick back. My uncle rides a vespa and i tell him he`s not a real biker and that him and chavs have alot in common, he just tell me i ride a plastic death machine but hey its only a bit of fun.:biggrin:

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Nov 07

Posts: 72


sensitive arseholes !!

Thought you ozzies had thick skin and could handle banter ??? :wacko:

Wouldn't want to be asociated with a bike forum that was so fickle !:hmmm:

Good on you brutale, next time ya see 'em out Fcuk the nod - give 'em th e finger ! :wink:

Ride safe buddy:ph43r:

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Nov 02

Posts: 1340

norris says:


enough, I was chatting to the owner of a old established dealership (50 years) and he was pointing out all these immaculate 2 year old bikes he as for sale, average mileage 800 miles. 800 miles!! Did 700 in three days last week. But at the end of the day, these guys can afford it, and they've nicely run in my next bike, fitted it with alarms and taken the biggest hit depreciation wise..So maybe we should thank them. (oh forgot, all the nice new gear they sell on ebay)

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Sep 09

Posts: 712

Use The Phrase

"Kiss My Grits"


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Aug 02

Posts: 2769

spondonste says:

You've got 2 options

You can either stand your ground and live with the consequences or apologise.


From what you've said it suggests that with hindsight you regret what happened. Maybe being truthfull and talking with them might resolve things. Then again maybe they wont listen to anything you say and circumstances wont change back. You know what is more likely so you have to make your own choice.

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Aug 09

Posts: 6

kitty6 says:


i thought we were all bikers :upset: why does it matter what u ride or how often - we all love 2 wheels!

if they only came over to say hello and be friendly then why be nasty? whats wrong with live and let live:unsure:

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Aug 05

Posts: 338

pch1 says:


Tell 'em to feck off the soft cnuts! All sounds like a bit of light hearted banter that they didn't know how to handle.

Kick their bikes over next time lad. :laugh:

PS: I have a plastic bike too, but would have given as best I got if you came up to me for a bit of banter.

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Aug 07

Posts: 4229

used2bfast says:

Brut, I had a similar experience

on a Harley in the states. Called at a place called Mountain Springs in Nevada. It was full of extras from Hells Angels 69

A guy heard my English accent, and, me,taking the piss, said I would have more fun over here on my own bike, as the Harley I had hired was too heavy and slow.:shock:

Yanks- no sense of humour:wacko:

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