LONG HAUL

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Bonza
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LONG HAUL

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LONG HAUL
Post by Bonza » Sun Jun 05, 2022 6:05 pm

hi everyone. just got back from another epic ride on the ole duc 5500 ks in 9 days hit 7 states and 1 province had a few dramas in the cold of the mountains had to bump start it in the morning for the first 3 days had 2 puntures as well. but it sure was a celebrity out there got 148000 kms on it now getting long in the tooth now. time for alittle love now forks leaking engine oilleak. at clutch slave and clean terminals at ignition switch. CHEERS. BONZA. OI OI OI
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The Paso would have to be the worst bike I have ever bump started .......not so bad if you have help , but I only had an audience ....pack of arseholes! every last one of them :lol: :lol:
I wish I was young again............Id be heaps smarter than last time
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Thebenelliman
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I bet there are some nice roads in Canada, well done on using your bike. Too many classic sit in sheds never seeing the light of day, a bike is for riding!
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Bonza
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Yeah. Lots of winding roads here and in the US. and some states have high speed limits ! I joined the local Ducati club here about 15 years ago and alls they would do was meet up at an Italian coffee shop and watch the girls go by They didnt want to put too many kms on there bikes I had an 851 at the time as well that i used to ride all over the place and id be in montana or utah orwhat ever and other riders would be supprised to see an old Ducati so far from home. So im of the same opinion to use them for what they were made to do cheers
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