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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-18-2010, 10:43 AM Thread Starter
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Viele Gruesse aus Deutschland, Europa!

Hi folks,

I would like to shortly introduce myself.

Living and working in Essen, Rhine-Ruhr-Area, Germany, my bike is a 2009 Speedmaster, which is still waiting for the summer.

Ok, now Ill have a look at all the fantastic bikes in this forum.

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Welcome ruhrcrusier. Now I see you ride a Speedmaster. Congratulations and enjoy the site.
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Noch ein Deutschlander? Was gibst?

I love the train ride along the Rhine, but a motorcycle ride would be even better. Pictures, bitte!




I won't stop riding because you tell me about someone who died in an accident, just as I won't stop eating because someone died of e.coli.

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I thought it was "Highlander"...

... "Deutschlaender" is the name of a hotdog-sausage in germany.

Do you think that therere too many germans in this forum? Well, Im very sorry bout that!

Triumph is becoming more and more popular...

... maybe thats why.

Egal.

So you did a train journey along our favorite river rhine...

... very nice, even because of all the whinemakers on the way. *cheers*

I put a picture in here, made last autumn with river ruhr in the back (not a brilliant photo, because of beeing taken by mobile camera).

Once again best regards from good ol germany to all of you "over the big water".

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Zu viel? Naturlich nicht! Es hat Mir nur interresant, das wir Zwei im ein Paar Stunden gegessen haben.

Apologies for the spelling, grammar, well, the whole bit actually...

If you're ever in Essen, I'd love to have a picture of a Triumph parked under the Nootstrasse sign. It's just south of the Bauminghausstrasse Ubahn station.

That's a pretty good picture for a cell phone camera, if you ask me.




I won't stop riding because you tell me about someone who died in an accident, just as I won't stop eating because someone died of e.coli.

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Hi D stop confusing the germans Hi Ruhrcruiser, Speedmasters are cool, welcome aboard hmas Triumph.

Triumph Sprint 1050 The Highway Star...
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Hi D stop confusing the germans Hi Ruhrcruiser, Speedmasters are cool, welcome aboard hmas Triumph.
Wouldnt that be HMS Triumph?

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Gre aus Bayern - obwohl ich selber kein Deutscher bin, es kann nie zuviel Deutscher im forum geben! Enjoy and sei herzlich willkommen.
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post #9 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-22-2010, 04:24 AM Thread Starter
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Hi!

First, thank you all for your welcome.

And as soon as the Speedy is ready to go, Ill do that picture for HiDesert (very bad weather at the moment).

... and its not too bad travelling with HMS TRIUMPH.

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Zu viel? Naturlich nicht! Es hat Mir nur interresant, das wir Zwei im ein Paar Stunden gegessen haben.

Apologies for the spelling, grammar, well, the whole bit actually...

If you're ever in Essen, I'd love to have a picture of a Triumph parked under the Nootstrasse sign. It's just south of the Bauminghausstrasse Ubahn station.

That's a pretty good picture for a cell phone camera, if you ask me.
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A sunny day at Rhine-Ruhr-Area, West Germany...

@ HiDesert: here are 2 pictures from Essen, Germany...

... Nootstrasse, you know...

Ive send you also a pm...

... but...

... better twice than none.

Enjoy.





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