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    Killer deal on a SM610

    Saw this, don't know anything else about it, but the price really makes me wish I were gainfully employed. You've been needing a new bike right Will?

    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=517945



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    that seems to be a screaming deal. you should just get it anyway. the money thing will work itself out
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    Wish they were that much in Aus
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    that the same amount you pay in belgium for a 1998 SM610

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    Damn, I would love to have 2 of them I have 3000 miles on mine and I bought it in May

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    If you really want two I'm sure I could help with logistics



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    9k mile summer ride report [summer '08]

    Ride report: Oshkosh, Rockies, UT, NV, CA, Bajal [summer '09]

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    And he'll put 3000 miles on it getting it to you.

    Doug, you need to get out and ride more.

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    A Kourier has to establish space on the pavement. Predictable law-abiding behaviour lulls drivers. They mentally assign you to a little box in the lane, assume you will stay there, can't handle it when you leave that little box.

    Y.T. is not fond of boxes. Y.T. establishes her space on the pavement by zagging mightily from lane to lane, establishing a precedent of scary randomness. Keeps people on their toes, makes them react to her, instead of the other way round.

    - Neal Stephenson

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