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Just wanted to say thank you to the regulars that are always on here helping folks with these old machines. I've personally been the recipient of advice more than once and likely will be asking more questions soon!
At 47 and riding British bikes for almost 20 years now I still feel like a youngster and newbie when compared to the knowledge of a lot of members here.
Thanks again!!!
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you ll be old too someday

you might as well start getting ready


i'm old enough to remember when patriotism meant not trying to overthrow the government.
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Originally Posted by drunkenmonkz
Just wanted to say thank you to the regulars that are always on here helping folks with these old machines. I've personally been the recipient of advise more than once and likely will be asking more questions soon!
At 47 and riding British bikes for almost 20 years now I still feel like a youngster and newbie when compared to the knowledge of a lot of members here.
Thanks again!!!
Stephen

Its like this Dude having a BSA cuts right across age, social status, knowledge EVERYTHING ........you have a BSA bro you are one of us!


"There's the way it ought to be and there's the way it is" (Sgt Barnes)
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Great post! I too am thankful for the wealth of knowledge on this site and member’s willingness to share it!

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Seems like 47 was just yesterday. 23 years later, where did the time go? I get almost as much satisfaction helping people, as working on bikes.


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