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Online Welsh

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Sorry Leo I change my vote to Metal Jockey 8)
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Offline Avontier

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After careful consideration I also change my vote to Metaljockey. (For those who took my KTMJedi vote as serious)
 

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my vote goes for Jules  :)
 

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+1 for Metal Jockey
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Pick me!!! Pick me!!!!
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Pick me!!! Pick me!!!!
+1 for Bus then!

How's your criminal record though?
« Last Edit: May 11, 2010, 05:07:17 pm by Buller »
 

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Metaljockey, I liked the way he wrote the review on the Versys.
http://www.wilddog.za.net/forum/index.php?topic=19115.0
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Pick me!!! Pick me!!!!
+1 for Bus then!

How's your criminal record though?

OK nevermind then...  ::)

I vote for Metaljockey too.

Dont forget about Sack, people... He could do magic tricks with his GS1200...
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We have more than one male already attending, maybe we should look at sending one of the female dogs. Go Girls rides a 950, Rynet rides a 1200 amd I am sure there are others that I dont know
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Metaljockey

Gets my vote. 
He rides a BMW 1200 so is in the market segment Super Ten is aimed at. 
His writing skills, both ride reports and bike report are excellent.
He lives in the Eastern Cape so he also gets my sympathy vote  :pot:
 

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MJ for me  :thumleft:  - I cannot recall this man ever partaking in any brand-bashing or negative talk. Given the experience, he's one of the few people I'd take serious advice from.
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mj, all the reasons already mentioned
 

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Good choice :thumleft:
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My vote goes to Metaljockey.
Cant wait for the report and pics. :thumleft:
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MJ seems to ride more varied bikes than some and his experience with the GS/A will give him the insight to compare the Yami on the pros and cons.
His honest and unbiased opinion, I have no doubt.
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Offline Leo

Sorry Leo I change my vote to Metal Jockey 8)

Hey Welsh - shit happens no problem  :thumleft:

.and I agree, not sure I will be totally unbiased.

I'm on my 3rd beemer now and two of then have done far over 100 000km's with little or no problems, so this fancy pantsy Yamaha will have it's word cut out to cinvince me otherwise  :mwink:
« Last Edit: May 11, 2010, 06:45:08 pm by Leo »
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Seeing that this is not a BMW we might perhaps just get by without sending  2Stroke Dan to provide an unbiased opinion. 
 

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Sorry Leo I change my vote to Metal Jockey 8)

Hey Welsh - shit happens no problem  :thumleft:

.and I agree, not sure I will be totally unbiased.

I'm on my 3rd beemer now and two of then have done far over 100 000km's with little or no problems, so this fancy pantsy Yamaha will have it's word cut out to cinvince me otherwise  :mwink:

On this note I change my vote to Metal Jockey as well ;D
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