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Went to ride my girl friends new second hand bike back from
the sellers. (She has only had a few lessons ) I've never ridden
anything ,high bars slight feet forward before.
My usual riding apart from the tiger, has been sports tourers
and my current mv 750 brutale .Chasing down apexes.
Concentration, commitment , hairy and scary.
Riding the100 miles back from the sellers, on the scenic route .
Was a revelation on the little 250, topping out at 65 MPH.
Throwing it on its side with abandon, did,not know you could
have so much fun going slow. Did'nt want to be seen on it at
first, but now have great respect for her.
A little bike but big character ! Virago 250.
 

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You can always have more fun going slow (and it's legal too)
 

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virespectago

Virago woman " she surpassed the expectation for what was beileived
possible for a woman " How many men can say that!
Virago a title of respect and admiration. And like I said have great respect
for her.

Bold or are you speaking from a chicks point of view or do you just
dig chicks who dig chicks.
 

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Whether I dig chics who dig chics or not is irrelevant; they don't dig me.

Maybe our chics who dig chics are more serious than those native to Ireland, I find them quite threatening. I'd rather go into a bikey's pub than a chics pub - put it that way. Down here Viragos are pretty much exclusively owned by the girl's club.

I am glad that your little trio get on so well; you, your girl and the Virago.
 
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Bo. There is a whole thread devoted to releasing anger and frustration by simply getting on a bike and riding. Besides my good man, many folks I have heard think the little, dainty, Indian 690 is light in the shoes department. Don't throw stones, go ride Bo.
 

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I don't think I was throwing stones. Just pointing out the different attitudes from different cultures to different bikes. I certainly was not frustrated and most surely not angry.

I just went for a ride on my dainty Indian.
 
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