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preunit

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preunit says:

Life's all about the journey

not the destination, same every time I ride my bike, even after a hard days work,traffic,retard ninja assassin drivers and destination home,still loving the "journey", triple, double:smile.

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obewan

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obewan says:

Pre

Whilst I dont disagree, at the moment it feels like my "journey" has turned into a cold dark wet night on the M25 in the fog, with only my summer gloves on :wacko:

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preunit

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preunit says:

Could be worse

M8, could be in a cage. No?.

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Beelady

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Beelady says:

The journey

is the best bit of my day. I'm the only one arriving at work with a big smile. Nice days mean I leave early and take the long way round :biggrin:

 

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sydney merryweather

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when I was a young chap

many, many years ago now :upset: I worked a night shift at an engineering factory. 6pm till 6am the next morning and in the summer it was my delight to take the long, sometimes the VERY long way home if it was a bright morning. Hop on the old Norton Commando, fire it up and away I went. Damn fantastic it was. The fresh air blowing the stink of the engineering shop out of my lungs and the bright blue of the sky making me feel like I was alive once more. Afraid these days being retired and not so good health wise I have to make do with the odd ride out round the country lanes near where I live on my trusty Bonneville, still, better than some poor old farts I see round about on their electric buggies.

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