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Hi, TTR250r . . . . STROKES . . . . sick.gif

 

hospitals . . . 2010 February . . . no

 

June . . . home . . . blankstare . . 

 

Dr. Surgery. . . . .bikes. . .  . disbelief

 

2011. . . Winter . .

 

. . . Springs . .

 

Summer . . .

 

Dr Surgery ! ! ! 

 

. . . bike . . .  D.V.L.A   smile . . TTR250  ! ! !  biggrin

 

(53  year . . . ) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



-- Edited by TheTTR250RofEastSussex on Wednesday 3rd of April 2013 04:06:48 AM

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Hello and welcome. Ian.

The TTR's a four stroke and it seems you, unfortunately, are a 1 stroke.

I don't think your ailment is specifically due to your TTR but it shouldn't really be your age either. disbelief

Get thoroughly well before re-venturing forth. wink

Good luck for the future, take life easy - one thing at a time.

Martyn



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Welcome back to good health. A motorbike can be a nice distraction that helps round off the hard edges of life.

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Welcome to the forum Ian! Looking forward to you unpacking your intro wink

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TheTTR250RofEastSussex wrote:

. . . bike . . .  D.V.L.A   smile . . TTR250  ! ! !  biggrin

 

(53  year . . . ) 

 



-- Edited by TheTTR250RofEastSussex on Wednesday 3rd of April 2013 04:06:48 AM


 Welcome buddy, ...can't wait until I find out what "D.V.L.A." means!?, confuse ...another phrase to look up I suppose!

This site is full of good reading. ENJOY!



-- Edited by texasT on Thursday 18th of April 2013 09:22:28 AM

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Greg, D.V.L.A. is short for Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority here in Blighty. hmm

This CLICKY LINK takes you to the link.

The DVLA is THE power that regulates everything in the UK regarding vehicles, operators, drivers, etc. - licensing, testing, checking, taxing, lawmaking, EVERYTHING

The bureaucracy of the DVLA is a PITA to all motorists, especially the rebel element on two wheels. furious

Martyn



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Thanks for the schoolin' on that Martyn, your signature line says it all!? ...I AM old, and just learned something

greg



-- Edited by texasT on Thursday 18th of April 2013 09:28:31 AM

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