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Offline stevief

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New (ish) member
« on: 31 January, 2020, 11:41:52 AM »
Hi Everyone, I am a 2011 CBF1000 FA-B owner and I ride into London from Colchester Essex most weekdays. I am a member of CADAM (Chelmsford & District Advanced Motorcyclist) but don't get out to ride with them as much as I would like. I own a couple of other bikes but the CBF is my favourite for the commute.
Cheers
Steve

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Re: New (ish) member
« Reply #1 on: 31 January, 2020, 01:15:03 PM »
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Good luck with that A12 commute neighbour, it is without doubt a proper boring length of tarmac. I've been pondering signing with SAM.
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Offline stevief

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Re: New (ish) member
« Reply #2 on: 31 January, 2020, 02:02:51 PM »
Thanks Art,
You're not wrong about the A12  :139:
But it is better on the bike than in the car and better in either than paying through the nose to sit on greater anglia trains never knowing if you are going to get to the destination or not  :001:
SAM are a nice lot , Linda did set me up with a free observed ride which was good fun.
Cheers
Steve


*Originally Posted by Art [+]
:405:

Good luck with that A12 commute neighbour, it is without doubt a proper boring length of tarmac. I've been pondering signing with SAM.