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    australia

    a question to any ozzys on here i ve just been offered a job in western australia in geraldton. anyone nr to there or can give any info etc on anything whats the insurance like for bikes same as over there good roads? can you burn off into the out back for the day(i think the roads to the outback are sealed off so some one said)

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    Get out there and enjoy, cant be any worse than here dude

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    Snakes,spiders, aussie cops and regulations, boats and people

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    home & away, fucking neighbours.

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    But what about Olivia Newton John, Holly Valance & Elle McPherson.

    Not to mention Susan Kennedy from Neighbours.

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    SUSAN KENNEDY . What about the younger ones mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!

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    I much prefer a well kept old hen.

    Those younger ones would drive me crazy.

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    Got to admit I enjoyed watching Holly in her Kiss Kiss vid - think I would.

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    Mr fun factory,
    Insurance for my 2008 tuono Insured for $16,600 premium was $840 other companys premium was up to $1200. Registration for the bike was $111.00 but before you register you need a green slip for personal injury insurance mine was $331 previous company i had was $543. BTW i live in NSW not sure on WA costs. As far as roads go i just look at google maps if its hilly theres corners if its flat its either straight or long sweepers. Just come anyway at least you can ride all year round. I know of some guys i met at the WSBK at Philip Island from WA they put there bikes on the train in Perth and flew to Adelaide SA and got there bikes from the train and road to NSW & VIC

    All the best BV

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    FF min...fit a set o knobblies tae yer T an get oot there in the Ootback dirt roads....an yer sorted


    an mind...its kangeroos in the middle o the road ower there, much mair solid.....nae like the wee glaikit bunnies roond aboot here that ye kin run ower....

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    Quote Originally Posted by rico View Post
    ...nae like the wee glaikit bunnies roond aboot here that ye kin run ower....
    Rico ... have you ever run over a haggis? One of those fellows might cause a bit of damage?

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    haggis are a bastard if they get oan the roads as they hae legs longer on one side than the other ( maks fur easier runnin roond the hillsides o the glens) This mak them run roond in circles when thir on the flat so they cannae get oot yer road.

    this is best way tae enjoy yer haggis..... deep fried wi chips, efter a good sesh in the boozer


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    I lash up to Moffat for some on my longer afternoon ride outs lol

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    Makes me feel hungry looking at the wrap R.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rico View Post
    haggis are a bastard if they get oan the roads as they hae legs longer on one side than the other ( maks fur easier runnin roond the hillsides o the glens) This mak them run roond in circles when thir on the flat so they cannae get oot yer road.

    this is best way tae enjoy yer haggis..... deep fried wi chips, efter a good sesh in the boozer

    That Rico, looks evil , I will stick to the mmmmm ? more upmarket way ..................

    Mashed up with neeps and tatties ( I have 3 in the freezer )

    A real pain to catch these but braved the flooding around Dumfries in November to get them

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