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Tranquilo Jonny

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    Tranquilo Jonny
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    I know the question has been posed before but does anyone have details of recently shipped bikes, the best quote I have had so far is 1681 nzd including crating from Christchurch to Sydney, this is with 360 Logistic Group, thanks TJ

    #31646
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    Cheers for that, never easy but then ………….. if anyone out there has a bike to sell let me know

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    With your hand by your thigh sweep your arm from the front to the back, recognised as smooth sailing brother, if someone ignores you, probably riding a Harley, smile and pass on by

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    Am I the odd one out I am coming to NZ to have a look round for 4 months with a lot of off the tarmac, having just done Deadhorse to Ushuaia on a Tiger 800xc I reckon a smaller bike is the way forward much easier to ride and a lot more fun than a big bike especially as you are not looking at huge distances, anyone agree or am I lone voice……don’t get me wrong the KTM is a lovely bike but off road

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    Look forward to meeting for a beer, like the idea of being able to fix a bike on the side of the road, knackered with a bike like The Tiger electronics a nightmare

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    Thanks for that certainly looking for a lighter bike more fun on the gravel want to enjoy the back roads and not fight them, happy at 60 on the tarmac, also travel light always carry more stuff than is needed

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