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PostSubject: Sort of new, sort of old rider   Fri Nov 23 2012, 19:34

Hey hey,

I introduced myself a while back, fell out of the bike scene for a bit and I'm now buying another bike. Being of the midget variety, I'm pretty limited by what I can ride. I've owned a couple of VTR250s before so I'm looking to buy another one.

I'm looking at an unregistered one in Wollongong tomorrow. The owner has gotten a road worthy certificate for it and it's been checked out by someone at Trevor Jordan as being mechanically ok. Trevor has been a tremendous help over the phone so far (I live in Sydney) and said they can organise rego and getting the seat cut out. Just wondering whether I'd save much money doing rego myself or getting it all done through TJ?

It's been nearly two years since I last rode, so I'm looking forward to that incredible feeling of being on two wheels again!

Steph
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PostSubject: Re: Sort of new, sort of old rider   Sun Nov 25 2012, 11:35

Hey Steph..... Welcome Back!
Will you be joining us at the Christmas Party on Dec 2nd? santa rendeer
Check it out on the Current Events List Very Happy
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