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Offline Scubalol

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New member, Scubalol, saying hi!
on: June 19, 2015, 01:29:53 PM
Hello all, this is Scubalol,

I have just joined the forum as I am looking at buying a Crosstourer.

I am a late comer to biking, in August 2013 I passed my bike test and purchased a Honda NC700XA, a wonderful bike for the novice rider. Sadly following a spill on some diesel, I upgraded to the NC750XA. Sine then I have I have clocked up almost 30,000 miles on bikes, with pleasure trips, commuting and Advanced training.

I am a member of the Nationwide Blood Bike Service and ride a Blood Bike for my local group.

I look forward to making some new friends on here and hopefully getting some information on the Crosstourer, both good & bad.

Cheers

Loz

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Offline dentonlad

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Re: New member, Scubalol, saying hi!
Reply #1 on: June 19, 2015, 03:57:10 PM
Welcome Loz.

Experience is the name every one gives to their mistakes - Oscar Wilde.

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Offline Stevensweert

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Re: New member, Scubalol, saying hi!
Reply #2 on: June 19, 2015, 05:50:12 PM
 :400: from The Netherlands Loz
Tony

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Offline Dave56

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Re: New member, Scubalol, saying hi!
Reply #3 on: June 19, 2015, 07:29:05 PM
 :400: along Scubalol, enjoy your stay and your CT.
"The more the miles, the bigger the smiles"

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Offline Min

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Re: New member, Scubalol, saying hi!
Reply #4 on: June 19, 2015, 09:33:48 PM
Hi Scubalol

Welcome to the forum and you will get some good information here.

As you haven't take the plunge yet get a try on the CT, manual or DCT.

Look at the info supplied to  https://www.crosstourer.com/index.php?topic=4090.new#new so far.

The bike is heavy but dream to drive, seat can have lower type but watch out for uneven or sloping parking, it's a bitch to get up (no comments about blue pills  :261:_
I love the DCT with the extra foot gear change, get the suspension correct and its and great drive, with the power for those who want to revive their youth  :007:   :005:. Some other bikers turn those noses up (it's twist and go they say) just try it as it's great for slow work in town.

Enjoy it it's flexible and has the power when I want it.

Min G0JMS  :148:

 


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