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exotic sumo sighting!!!

Nevermind, it was just Geo riding to work
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it's exciting seeing one of those "running" euro sumos isnt it!!





zing!

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kick a man when he's down.... real classy
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i'm still sore from your motard list that put huskies at the bottom, I cry in my garage.

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that list didn't come out until you were well into your ktm smear campaign.
plus I was drunk.

obviously I'd rather have a 610 instead of my drz.
but I'd rather have my ktm (in running condition) over a smr 450/510.
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In all fairness I edited your list and swapped ktm for husqvarna. Moderator abuse, FTW!!!

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In all fairness I edited your list and swapped ktm for husqvarna. Moderator abuse, FTW!!!
Nice!


Oh Bill did you notice I didn't wave, yeah thats right I'm on a euro trash motorcycle I'm not waving to none of that jap crap.

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yeah, I saw that

so when are you coming to norway?
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Nice!


Oh Bill did you notice I didn't wave, yeah thats right I'm on a euro trash motorcycle I'm not waving to none of that jap crap.

I don't wave to anyone anymore.
I did start laughing though

I was like: "cool, another Tard..... fuck it's only Geo"
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yeah, I saw that

so when are you coming to norway?
Not for a while. I have a newborn at home and rarely get out at the moment. Maybe in a couple months if I'm lucky.

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I don't wave to anyone anymore.
I did start laughing though

I was like: "cool, another Tard..... fuck it's only Geo"
Yeah I pretty much said the same thing. Oh its only Bill.

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Now we have supermoto snobs. What's next?
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Now we have supermoto snobs. What's next?
Joe not supermoto snob, euro trash snob!

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Not for a while. I have a newborn at home and rarely get out at the moment. Maybe in a couple months if I'm lucky.
I know it was tough when my daughter was a new born. My wife was actually ok with me heading out riding here and there because it kept me from going insane. Trust me you owe yourself a trackday.

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Joe not supermoto snob, euro trash snob!
But what the fuck is a husky anyways? Should we refer to them as Italian bikes? I mean historically they're Swedish, been owned by Cagiva for 20 some odd years and produced in Italy, and now acquired by BMW.

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But what the fuck is a husky anyways? Should we refer to them as Italian bikes? I mean historically they're Swedish, been owned by Cagiva for 20 some odd years and produced in Italy, and now acquired by BMW.
Italian. For whatever reason, Cagiva is still handling the brand. The only thing German about it is where the checks ultimately end up.

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I tell people my bike is Italian. It really is like the European Union bike.

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