Dumfries and galloway

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Re: Dumfries and galloway

Post by kneticz » Mon Jun 20, 2016 2:43 pm

Hey

Nice surprise to see someone in Dumfries on here - I'm just doing my DA course and looking to pick up a decent starter (been recommended ER6F). Hopefully get through it and get myself a bike before winter sets in!

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Re: Dumfries and galloway

Post by Algray » Sat Jun 25, 2016 7:17 pm

Give me a shout when you pass mate and we can get out on the bikes :D

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Re: Dumfries and galloway

Post by Joe85 » Sat Jun 25, 2016 7:25 pm

KRIS2013 wrote:Image

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That is crying out for a 7x5 number plate ;)

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Re: Dumfries and galloway

Post by kneticz » Sat Jun 25, 2016 8:53 pm

Algray wrote:Give me a shout when you pass mate and we can get out on the bikes :D
Will do buddy, think I'll give it at least a year before getting a proper super sport like your gixxer though!

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Re: Dumfries and galloway

Post by Throttled » Sun Jun 26, 2016 2:10 pm

I have been over Wanlockhead loads of times and never even realised about the Dalveen Pass. I have done my D&G run this year to get the tags.
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Re: Dumfries and galloway

Post by Algray » Tue Jun 28, 2016 7:02 pm

kneticz wrote:
Algray wrote:Give me a shout when you pass mate and we can get out on the bikes :D
Will do buddy, think I'll give it at least a year before getting a proper super sport like your gixxer though!
Don't have the gixxer anymore buddy had to sell it to help buy a house. I'm fixing up an old bandit 600 at the minute

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Re: Dumfries and galloway

Post by kneticz » Thu Jun 30, 2016 10:12 am

Algray wrote:
kneticz wrote:
Algray wrote:Give me a shout when you pass mate and we can get out on the bikes :D
Will do buddy, think I'll give it at least a year before getting a proper super sport like your gixxer though!
Don't have the gixxer anymore buddy had to sell it to help buy a house. I'm fixing up an old bandit 600 at the minute
Ah, worth it in the end though. Been down to J&L in carlisle saw a few ER6F's think thats what I'm wanting to start on.

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Re: Dumfries and galloway

Post by Algray » Fri Jul 01, 2016 6:29 pm

kneticz wrote:
Algray wrote:
kneticz wrote:
Will do buddy, think I'll give it at least a year before getting a proper super sport like your gixxer though!
Don't have the gixxer anymore buddy had to sell it to help buy a house. I'm fixing up an old bandit 600 at the minute
Ah, worth it in the end though. Been down to J&L in carlisle saw a few ER6F's think thats what I'm wanting to start on.
Yeah the er6f is a good first bike to start on. I took out a er6n and was a decent wee ride

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Re: Dumfries and galloway

Post by NeilM » Fri Jul 01, 2016 6:34 pm

Good mate of mine moved up to Dumfries 20 years back for work. He's still there now.
Spent many a session in the Nith hotel Glencaple.
Followed mainly be Chancers for dancers...lol

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Re: Dumfries and galloway

Post by Algray » Sat Jul 02, 2016 8:58 pm

NeilM wrote:Good mate of mine moved up to Dumfries 20 years back for work. He's still there now.
Spent many a session in the Nith hotel Glencaple.
Followed mainly be Chancers for dancers...lol
Love abit of chancers banter like

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Re: Dumfries and galloway

Post by kneticz » Tue Aug 30, 2016 5:01 pm

Mod1 booked! I've my eyes set on a S Triple R currently :D

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Re: Dumfries and galloway

Post by kneticz » Tue Sep 06, 2016 2:48 pm

kneticz wrote:Mod1 booked! I've my eyes set on a S Triple R currently :D

aaaaaaand passed! 14 days till mod2! :D

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Re: Dumfries and galloway

Post by JRH » Tue Sep 06, 2016 3:08 pm

kneticz wrote:
kneticz wrote:Mod1 booked! I've my eyes set on a S Triple R currently :D

aaaaaaand passed! 14 days till mod2! :D
well done and good luck for the mod 2 :thumb:
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Re: Dumfries and galloway

Post by fabicha » Tue Sep 06, 2016 3:10 pm

kneticz wrote:aaaaaaand passed! 14 days till mod2! :D
Congrats! :thumb:

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Re: Dumfries and galloway

Post by Hoggs » Thu Sep 08, 2016 8:10 am

Congrats on the mod1 pass! That's the tricky one!
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