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souroush

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souroush says:

The ten best and five worst biking royals - one more

I enjoyed reading the article “The ten best and five worst biking royals” on your page. However, I assume you have missed one of the Royalties with a great passion for motorbikes. Mohamdreza Pahlavi was the last king of Iran who had a great passion for Motorbikes along with his family. Have a look at the following: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mohammad_Reza_Pahlavi

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mcchoc

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mcchoc says:

You forgot to mention the late Queen Mother's passion for motorcycles too.  Many was the time she'd terrorise the sheep on a moonlit blast around the back lanes of Caithness on her 1650 Screamin' Eagle tuned Fatboy, the Windsor crest colours on her denim waist coat, tiara emblem on her Bell Magnum, before sneaking back into Mey castle without waking the staff. 

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