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Discussion in 'Triumph General Discussion' started by tappers, Aug 21, 2017.

  1. tappers

    tappers Well-Known Member

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    i was up whitewall's lodge yesterday,there were a fair few bike's up there, a bloke with a young lad about 8 years old were dribbling over my thruxton,the father of the lad asked if he could take a photo of him stood by my bike,i said better than that,i will sit him on it, the father couldn't thank me enough for doing the good deed.i must admit the lad was very careful,it made his day,i was happy to oblige.
     
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  2. Dozers Dad

    Dozers Dad Crème de la Crème
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    Phew! :kissing:

    When I read the title. I thought a 1970's DJ/Celeb was posting on the forum? :eek:
     
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  3. R_1000

    R_1000 Noble Member
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    Nice one buddy :)
     
  4. BS1948

    BS1948 Well-Known Member

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    Always good to introduce a new kid to the joys of biking! (btw that's Whiteways Lodge - back of Arundel??)
    I had a similar one on Dyke Road Brighton, where the bike parking is really 'severe' (not allowed the pay and display 'car' parking). Little lad wanted to climb on bike, so I sat him on it and let him feel the engine running! His nurse/mother ?? was really chuffed and said how much he loved bikes 'cause his dad had one. :):):)
     
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  5. BS1948

    BS1948 Well-Known Member

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    Good job it wasn't in Savile Row!
     
  6. chiari1

    chiari1 Senior Member
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    Great job , aint it amazing how most of the general public look at us like thugs , until they actually say something to us and see we are relatively ( !!!! ) normal .
     
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