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Dan Aspel  says:

Brigadier Biker given a Triumph Sprint GT

One of the British Army’s most senior officers has been given a Triumph Sprint GT to help him raise money for a military charity. Brigadier Richard Dennis (pictured on a Bonneville) will be riding from one infantry headquarters to another to promote the Army Benevolent Fund and raise awareness of injured soldiers, and unemployed ex-servicemen. Triumph UK provided Dennis with the bike,...

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  • Posted 5 years ago (21 September 2010 17:25)

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Apr 08

Posts: 295

forklift says:

Great news

I served under this man as his 'Gym Queen'. It was a pleasure. Hope he raises the awareness of the brave soldiers throughout the world.


Forklift (Windy)




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Feb 09

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Not so sure it's a good idea,it's a bit of a reach to those bars.Stick with the Bonnerville much more comfy.

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Aug 08

Posts: 242

Paulvt1 says:

Why do our servicemen have to depend on a charity!! B.Liar picks up shitloads of cash for a worthless tome, and men who suffered for his venality have to scrabble for disability benefits.

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