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OfflineMaz12

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    Re: 2008 RT
    « Reply #15 on: 2018-01-06 14:15:38 »
    took mine in this morning,  to part exchange on a new one
    i still think its a good looking bike and i even found myself apologising  to it  and saying goodbye.... weird eh
     

    Offlinegogs01

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      Re: 2008 RT
      « Reply #16 on: 2018-01-06 18:17:53 »
      took mine in this morning,  to part exchange on a new one. I still think its a good looking bike and i even found myself apologising  to it  and saying goodbye.... weird eh 


      Yes, weird - but you'll love the new one !!   ;)
      My 4th R1200RT = 2016 (2017 MY) R1200RT LE

      OfflineGanesh

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        Re: 2008 RT
        « Reply #17 on: 2018-01-06 19:09:04 »
        I'm in the nice looking camp, had more complements about the RT than my old CBF1000. Usually not from the crowd that pull into Loomies in their leathers R1's, Ninja H2, Fireblades, Panigale / Diavel, HP2s and S1000's but then again I can't tell the difference between them except for the Diavel Carbon. Am I alone in this?
        thanks and regards, Ganesh

        Onlinesimbo

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          Re: 2008 RT
          « Reply #18 on: 2018-01-06 20:38:04 »
          It's no 'Triumph Thruxton R' or 'H-D Street Bob SE' is it   8)  Great bike! But it's never going to win any beauty contests  ??? 
          I don't often go down the river, but when I do, it's usually in a Ford ;-)