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New "old man" on the block here. U.S soldier. Just returned from Germany. I've owned an assortment of m/c's, but i'm a "Zuk" man at heart. I had ordered a new '05' GSXR 1000, but came across a pretty good deal for a 2004 KMC superstock spec zx-10 and took the bait, So now I guess i've been adopted in the family. So.... What's up everyone!
 

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Welcome aboard! :)
 

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Thanks for the welcome.
Yeah, I did plenty of riding in Germany. I was there for 6 years and rode the whole time. I miss it so much I can't describe the pain. Polizei (police) don't really bother you unless you're just gettin' outrageous. Mountains, Autobahn, country roads and twisties in every nook and cranny. Not to mention being able to ride on some of the most famous tracks in the world on an almost weekly basis. Not bragging. Just reminiscing
In Europe Riding is the norm instead of a fad.
I get excited just thinking about it.
We even did the Swiss Alps thing and the Isle of Man TT in 2002. Can't wait to do that again. It was awesome being there.
 

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Welcome aboard, and THANK YOU for serving. I am a former Sailor.
 

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Yeah, when I was in high school I spent some time in France and Switzerland. Seeing all the bikes there and riding a few is what got me hooked. If it wasn't for Europe I would have prolly never found this awsome sport.
 
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