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    Default Re: Motorcycling Consumed!

    Very nicely written...
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    @oldfox sir- A reality of life, and i would like to add that's the reason why this so called "biker" tags carry the rage in their day to day office commute and putting other commuters in trouble.
    Basically because of such advertisement inspired sick morons true riders or motorcyclist names are spoiled.
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    This very thought made me buy a book on how to service a Honda unicorn. Though that is one unbreakable machine. Still learned basics of tightening the rear drum adjusting head light throw controlling the race with the carburettor screw. Gives immense pleasure this small things.
    Also bough a rx135 to study a simple machine though never touched it
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    I read this again and once more it made me appreciate all the veterans that made the leisure motorcycling industry worth what it is today with all the top global brands lining up to get a share of the pie.

    What an amazing write up about simpler times. I hope this comment makes more people read the post by OldFox as it will show in the news feed of newer members.
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