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Author Topic: A Southern Hemisphere rider on a Northern Hemisphere forum - why?  (Read 1668 times)
Scooter Freshman

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Location: Brisbane Australia
Bikes Owned: Cant remember x 65ea
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« on: October 01, 2019, 02:22:23 PM »

Welcome! 28 bikes plus the new acquisitions is quite a collection. I've given up my Goldwing (gave it to my son-in-law) and have a Silverwing, Reflex, & Helix. I also have a couple of antique Salsbury scooters. I'm thinking I need to thin the herd (no animal references intended). Good to have such a diverse 2-wheel lover on board.

I'll have to see what a Reflex and Helix looks like as they don't have them in Oz although I did spy some pics of your Salsibury on your intro page. A very interesting take on 2 wheel mobility and one I'll chase up on Google. My wife has more bikes than I have, think I may regret introducing her to riding. She has taken a liking to minibikes and BSA's. After a lengthy search she managed to track down her Poppy's original 1926 500cc side valve BSA and the 80cc Deckson Eagle she was given as a birthday present from her Poppy. No talk of thinning the herd here.
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