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  • Offline Stewie   gb

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    Offline Stewie

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    Re: German trip
    Reply #20 on: Sep 12, 2023, 08:43 am
    Sep 12, 2023, 08:43 am
    *Originally Posted by Flying v2 [+]
    Ace report stewie, having you represent us is "interesting" but a brilliant ride report and pics thanks.

    I believe I was representing myself.

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    Re: German trip
    Reply #21 on: Sep 26, 2023, 04:15 pm
    Sep 26, 2023, 04:15 pm
    Eeh Up Lads, owzit going?

    It was a pleasure to give Stuart a warm welcome in our (Andreas and myself) homeland.
    Firstly planed was an invasion to Poland but ............ I,m kidding. :029:

    Some guys from UK Forum canīt come over the channel (canīt belive that a wedding is more important than a ride out with buddys) and we decide to do it again in two years.  :biker1: :biker1: :biker1: :biker1: :biker1: :biker1: :biker1:

    The vid couldnīt exactly show, how many nice ride outs  weīve done together.

    Itīs nice to see how much fun you have with our pictures from the meet.
    The green hell (Eifel), the rivers Mosel, Saar  and Rhein and also the neighbour countrys (Luxemburg, Belgien) is full with brilliant roads. Why Andreas use offroads (insider news), you must ask him.  :008:

    In the end Iīll give you some pictures more, friendly greets to everybody whoīs riding with everyday in the past, in the  present and maybe in the future.

    Missing you :029:

    everyday--650er Versys--220.000 miles