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post #11 of 16 Old 12-18-05, 18:11
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a pain your you ankle will help give you a different kind of "shakes."
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post #12 of 16 Old 12-18-05, 19:27
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I'm glad the weather here (Melbourne, Australia) let's us generally enjoy motorbiking all year around :)
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post #13 of 16 Old 12-19-05, 00:28
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a pain your you ankle will help give you a different kind of "shakes."
:D Yes it would! :lol:

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sorry about that
but, as i type this, i'm 8.5 weeks into the healing of my left fibula
so, i have 2 bikes.... but no "LEG" with which to ride them
that might be worse
because i live in florida, where it's been sunny and 65 lately.... ideal riding weather/and i'm missing it
i hope to ride 2 weeks from now.... but i must do some HOME REHAB on that left ankle first, as you can imagine
I must admit, I was wondering where and how you found the energy and time to be as active as you have been, both here and on TriumphRAT. It all makes sense now!

Best of luck in your continued healing process. It sounds though like you will have just the right amount of time to get yourself healed up and re-strengthened just in time to enjoy your new bike!
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yeah, i guess the timing has worked out fine for the bike issue
though i still have 2 BMW's in the garage, crying to be ridden
and.....
at work, it hasn't helped at all
i'm getting there

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Looking pretty fair at 50F today with no white Christmas forecast for us Limey's. I've sold my bike too - it's pants not having one, but knowing that in several weeks time I'll get to ride the 675 and then most probably several weeks on from that I#ll get my own, keeps me going - chin up chap! :lol:
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