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My Honda CBX250 is one of the best investments I have ever made. Commuting to work and back almost daily have saved me allot of time and money.

 

Snap!

I save about R1500 a month on fuel, not to forget the wear and tear on the car too.

 

Where's that Nuda, damn I love that bike of yours?

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No, absolutely not !

Especially after buying with out consulting the 'boss' and then coming pipe at 150km..

'Forced sale' is easiest explanation why I don't have bike currently !

Luckily I'm sending her on holiday again far away and there once again will be a bike in the garage when she gets back :ph34r:

KTM 690R Duke..

Lets see how long it lasts this time

 

I've been eyeballing a 690R as well... I keep getting blindsided with that speech that makes you feel like you've killed puppy dogs and all your toys taken away.

 

Why do women have to be all sensible and bash the wind out our sails.

 

Happy wife, happy life... Where's a happy man fit?

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This is mine. Hero honda sleek CD100SL (sold) and now i have nada

 

What you have?

dude you still trump me, Chinese that's all I'm saying, 250cc used strictly for commuting, I was never a motorbike fan but petrol price forced me. It took the Mrs quite a lot of convincing.
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dude you still trump me, Chinese that's all I'm saying, 250cc used strictly for commuting, I was never a motorbike fan but petrol price forced me. It took the Mrs quite a lot of convincing.

 

Boet, I like ALL bikes, old or new, chinese or italian, 30 cc to V8 crazy monsters some maniacs build, even Moppets and Harleys :whistling: But most of all, as with bicycles, it's one less car on the road, which in return is less congestion, less pollution and less damage to out roads.

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