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phils a winger
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PostSubject: be awake, be very awake   Sat 14 Mar 2015, 17:20

the other night I was leaving work and a parent was leaving with her nursery collection at the same time, didnt want to get caught, so was a bit quick and not paying attention. Cut a long storey short I clipped the corner of a kerb with what i thought was my sidestand. All seemed OK and stand operated smoothly, checked next morning and there is a fresh piece of plastic missing from the sidestand area. Not visible from above, only I know its missing. Best not tell the wife part of my 60th birthday prezzies........Crying or Very sad
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PostSubject: Re: be awake, be very awake   Sun 15 Mar 2015, 22:13

If it's the piece I think, it's not too terribly expensive to replace. But if it's not visible, it probably isn't a big deal.

Glad you're okay, that's what counts.
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PostSubject: Re: be awake, be very awake   Mon 16 Mar 2015, 17:08

yeah having just turned 60 im trying to keep the shiny side up and the black stuff on the tarmac. I found out about 6 years ago i dont bounce as well as i did at 17 !
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PostSubject: Re: be awake, be very awake   Wed 20 May 2015, 20:30

Bouncing on asphalt is bad at any age, worse over 60. Phil, thanks for the honest tip and warning.
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