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Phil West  says:

The ten best and five worst biking royals

You may be surprised to learn just how many royals past and present have come in to contact with bikes, be it good or bad. We list the best and worst. The best 1. Prince HarryIn the news this week having returned from his latest Afghan tour as an Apache pilot, there’s no doubting the Third-in-Line’s biking CV: DT125 then Daytona 675 and...

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bikerpete51

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bikerpete51 says:

Biking Royals

Yeah, good article!  Brought a smile to my face, so it did.  Especially the last one "At least he (Prince Charles) didn't try to stop them" so a positive, of sorts, but many lost opportunities to further our cause.

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Piglet2010

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Thanks

Thanks for the reminder of the best thing about being a USian – we do not have blood-sucking, bloody rich freeloaders with special inherited privileges by law.

Yes, I am a die hard (lower case) republican.

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ZMC888

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ZMC888 says:

Yeah, all my old bikes were used anf crap.In a few years maybe I can afford something OK, not as exotic a 'motorcycle CV' as many of these toffs. But guess what I bloody well worked for my rides, not like some parasitic Franco-German name changer spender of my taxes.

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Rogerborg

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Rogerborg says:

Since you brought it up, Piglet

Your last 'publican presnit was an drunken idiot hereditary ruler whose daddy and Uncle Dick bought him a draft dodge chit. Then you put up McCain, who stacked planes the way Barry Sheen used to go through bikes, and got bailed out by Admirals Daddy and Grandaddy every time. I'd take Harry or Wills over either of them.

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Jarrefan

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Jarrefan says:

Its nice to think the next bike I nod to might very well be Prince Harry..........cool

 

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Driver67

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Driver67 says:

Very interesting. I'd like to point out that the ATS, in which HM The Queen served during WWII, was in fact the Auxiliary Territorial Service, the fore-runner to the Womens' Royal Army Corps. Cheers

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Piglet2010

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Piglet2010 says:

@ Rogerborg

The meaning of the word republican and the US Republican Party are two, very, very different things. Just like in the UK, the Labour Party no longer represents the interests of working people, but rather the interest of The City.

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