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Jul 06

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billysport says:

Simon Andrews' bike taking off!

Simon Andrews' bike taking off!

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Aug 10

Posts: 20

kenward5876 says:

10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1, lift off!

Get well soon si andrews, spectacular launch though mate...

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May 09

Posts: 7

DannyP88 says:

That is Steve Brogans bike that is in orbit not Si Andrews like everyone seems to keep saying! But still horrible crash and hope there both back on track soon!

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Mar 09

Posts: 22

100milesaway says:

Rumour has it that the marshalls had to clear snow of the bikes when they came back to earth. Get well soon lads.

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May 08

Posts: 111

1batfink says:

DannyP88 it was definetly Simon Andrew's bike in orbit... close up of the Kwaka in the MCN paper with the front forks & wheel even higher.

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Jun 08

Posts: 41

jedpb says:

Hold on a second...

That is Broggie's Honda being fire up in the air, the big give away is that it's YELLOW!!! lol. I think Andrews' forks hit the International Space Station while they were up there.

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Apr 08

Posts: 17

phil1977 says:

Its def Broggies bike the biggest give away (apart from being yellow) is that the bike still has two wheels.

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