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    She's absolutely a keeper. I'd get her something special for her return from Norway.

    Congrats...

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    Congrats! It's an amazing bike!!
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    Current ride 2018 R1200 GSA Triple Black
    Past rides '04 R1150RT, '05 K1200LT, '06 R1150GSA, Ď17 R1200RT

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    Amazing great experience and congratulations.
    It only tells me you havenít t been married too long. Because unfortunately they all maybe not all but most of them
    Always change. When I married my wife 20 y ago used to have a collection of bikes which got bigger and once also received a similar surprises of a bike I had mentioned delivered to the house. Great happy day. But eventually transformation happened and the usual complaints about how many bikes etc.
    Now down to a few but the complaints are the same. Why a new one? Why ? Why ? Why?
    Enjoy the honey moon is worth it.
    Awesome gift.


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    Nooice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmendez View Post
    Amazing great experience and congratulations.
    It only tells me you havenít t been married too long. Because unfortunately they all maybe not all but most of them
    Always change. When I married my wife 20 y ago used to have a collection of bikes which got bigger and once also received a similar surprises of a bike I had mentioned delivered to the house. Great happy day. But eventually transformation happened and the usual complaints about how many bikes etc.
    Now down to a few but the complaints are the same. Why a new one? Why ? Why ? Why?
    Enjoy the honey moon is worth it.
    Awesome gift.


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    Bummer for you! 23 years here and it just keeps getting better and better!
    '18 R1200GSA and '12 R1200GSA for solo rides
    '10 R1200GSA with Hannigan sidecar for rides with Glenlivet
    '15 Honda CRF250L for exploring places I'm afraid to take the big GSA!
    http://travelswithbarley.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by glenfiddich View Post
    Glenlivet is upset every time I take the Honda or the GSA sans sidecar out for a spin! Can't reach for my helmet without him running to the door and spinning around in excitement!

    I already have a 2010 GSA on the hack, plus a 2012 GSA two wheeler. So the plan this winter is to transfer the sidecar to the 2012. It has half the miles of the 2010 and doesn't have ESA, which IMO is a plus for a sidecar rig. Once the 2010 reverts to two wheels it will be sold.

    Pete
    (sorry for off-topic) Love your single malt names...toured the Glenlivet Distillery in 2002 jb
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