moved to Ireland

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moved to Ireland

Post by 74chopper » Mon Dec 13, 2010 6:50 am

Hoy hoy , well just thought id drop all my ol friends here a line to let em know my whereabouts, ive relocated to Dublin :) , and the snow :( , i sold my ol 750/4 chopper 6 weeks ago just before i left australia, it was a bad day thats for sure, but the good news is, i picked up another rigid frame here in Dublin today, woohoo, anf i have a 750/4 motor lined up for next week, plenty of down time here to build another beast, the great nes is that Ireland has just about NO laws reguarding choppers haha, so once again no indicators, mud guards, baffles or other baggage hangin off, and you can make em as long as you want here, ok the phone i had recently in australia is gone too, anyone wants to drop me a line do it through PM or my email... talk to yas soon

Cheers Rob
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Post by Tex » Mon Dec 13, 2010 8:13 am

Yeah! Rob!! Great to hear from you. :D

Ireland!! Gosh. How did you end up there?? A love of Guinness??

All sounds good regarding bikes over there. Keep us up to date with progress. Pics !!!!!!

Stay warm. Enjoy it.



Post by Bacca » Mon Dec 13, 2010 2:28 pm

It will be a mega ride for you to attend runs now :lol:
Hope all goes well for you there & don't forget the pics!!! :D

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Post by Cromag » Mon Dec 13, 2010 5:38 pm

Good on ya mate. Just like sons of anarchy we need an Irish connection (tounge planted firmly in cheek).......Smooth roads to ya.
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Post by Bearcx » Mon Dec 13, 2010 7:46 pm

Glad you can keep coming to the forum, Rob. Best of luck in your new abode.
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Post by Prof » Tue Dec 14, 2010 12:27 am

Sounds like a great place to chop... what about the weather?
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