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Ian J. Huckin



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Always was a biker (Rocker, sorry!) and it still shows. 4/E on Rossetti then with my 1989 Supercharged FXSTC with 168hp at rear wheel.
· Date: Wed, 7 March 12 · Views: 556
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Ian J. Huckin

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Wed, 7 March 12 14:50

Thinks! - This should be moved to Members Faces please.......

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There are holes in the sky where the rain gets in, but the holes are small, that's why rain is thin...
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makko

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Wed, 7 March 12 16:39

Great picture Ian!
Rgds.
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gordy
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Fri, 9 March 12 06:43

Wow, 168hp!
Respect.
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Ian J. Huckin

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Fri, 9 March 12 08:43

My arms are now 6 inches longer since owning this bike, my eyes are deeply recessed too....

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chadburn
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Fri, 9 March 12 12:12

As long as your own circulating pump keeps going that's all that matter's, I was doing "Track Day's" in my 60's on a Fireblade I owned until an unexpected illness caused me to call it a day. Nice machine Ian.

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Ian J. Huckin

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Fri, 9 March 12 13:23

Always hankered for a "Blade" ended up pulling a mechanics lein on a 2002 GSXR 750R when I had my bike shop in Wisconsin...what a machine...keeping that tacho dancing in the high nines+ was like drinking adrenalin by the pint. After one session, when a little (HA!) tipsy I did my thing around the freeways and country roads. Woke up the next morning and remembered what I had done. So went out to the shop cut the battery leads and drained the gas. Never rode it again. That is probably why I am still alive!

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Fri, 9 March 12 16:15

great Photo

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