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Old 09-01-2012, 12:08 PM   #1
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Right then, I'll get my coat

Work is taking us to Calgary for three years so a quick note to say Cheerio to all of those at CMRA, Fastline, GSS Lightweight Nutters (you know who you are), MH, HPC, LSTD, P1 /SCRC and anyone else who has been kind enough to share their love of all things two wheeled with me. Special thanks to those who have done their best to make an old guy feel fast.
Talk to to Tom at LSTD if you want to transition from street to track pace, Billy if you need some Sausage, John if you need the same set of tire pressures repeated every single fcukin trackday and race day because you never write it down, Brandon if you cant figure out Hallett (comes with throttle hand action and realistic motor sounds) and GSS Lightweight Nutters if you need a long conversation containing little or no sense.
A special thanks to all at CMRA who put up with more moaning than an 80's dirty movie and still make racing possible. For those that haven't raced...you need to.
Somebody please keep an eye on Wiayeman while I'm gone. He eats a ton, borrows tools forever and complains non stop but I'll miss him...sniff.
Anyone that wants to go skiing or ride some of the best roads you have ever seen should PM me.

Exits Stage Left...
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Old 09-01-2012, 12:24 PM   #2
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you will be missed, i'm sure. wish you the best of luck in your great white north adventure!
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Old 09-01-2012, 12:38 PM   #3
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