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MotorCycle Send me your email address & some pics of your bikes. I'd love to see them. I have noticed you have the kids riding already. Thats awsome! Mike

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Hi Mike,

Appreciate the direct "Ask Me".

Some of the old pics may be found here. email ad is likewise there. Have not had time to add the new ones but hopefully soon. As to the kids riding bikes, I actually encourage it since I prefer knowing than them riding behind my back. And yes even the wife rides.

Accessories are not that easy to get and most parts are not readily available, guess you can imagine repairs and maintenance issues since most of the bikes are at least a decade old.

Would appreciate if you can share pics of your bikes.

Cheers.







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