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    Posted: 29 Dec 2017 at 21:13
Wasn't sure which edition it would be in but woke up to this on my mat this morning .










What a corking way to end the year and I don't even look too fat in the photo, result...
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Went to get it before work Ad but not on the shelves yet. Well done mate you've had a lot of grief but seeing your own bike on the glossy pages must make some of it worth it not to mention a nutty machine to abuse in the sun nice one fella
I started out with nothing and I've still got most of it left
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Nice one and it looks stunning, John urry loves his tuonos as well as he has a racing😍
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Sweet & great looking bike. Odd, I pull the same face when I'm sucking my gut in. Is there a thread of the bike build on here?
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Excellent
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Originally posted by badapple badapple wrote:

Went to get it before work Ad but not on the shelves yet. Well done mate you've had a lot of grief but seeing your own bike on the glossy pages must make some of it worth it not to mention a nutty machine to abuse in the sun nice one fella


Cheers Ad.
It was a load of grief and aggro but getting it back, having a few rides before the weather turned and then getting it in the mag just turned it all round completely.
I just can't wait for spring now and to get out on it properly and get some practice in ready for Donington 😎🖒
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Originally posted by 426hemi 426hemi wrote:

Nice one and it looks stunning, John urry loves his tuonos as well as he has a racing😍


Cheers Hemi.
Yeah, he seemed to like it, I knew I'd have to lengthen the gearing a bit but left it on 15/43 for him to try it...it certainly put a smile on his face
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My family have nearly no photos of me as I hate them being taken and I absolutely felt a complete twat posing for mine a few years ago
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Originally posted by davidrsurfer davidrsurfer wrote:


Sweet & great looking bike. Odd, I pull the same face when I'm sucking my gut in. Is there a thread of the bike build on here?


Some good breath holding was going on there David ...
No, it never really started as a "build" , it was just adding a few bits here and there over the years and then it just kind of snowballed (well more like an avalanche by the end ).
It's still not finished now but it's not far away, I think
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ClapClapClapExcellent article for an excellent bike.
Well done my friendThumbs Up
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Originally posted by 426hemi 426hemi wrote:

My family have nearly no photos of me as I hate them being taken and I absolutely felt a complete twat posing for mine a few years ago


Same as that, I was just cracking up when he was getting me to pose, there'll be some rare ones that didn't get put in, he had me sat on my bench with my elbow on my knee and head in my hand in one, I looked like Bruce f@cking Forsyth
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Originally posted by geobarb geobarb wrote:

ClapClapClapExcellent article for an excellent bike.
Well done my friendThumbs Up


Cheers George, kind words buddy .
My bike is way behind most of the bikes they feature but I think it holds up pretty well all the same and puts a smile on my face , whether riding it or looking at it, which is what it's all about I think
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Nice to see you to see you nice 👍
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Superb
I'll have to go find a copy now
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I'm gonna grab a copy in the morning!

Well do mate 👍
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Huh, is that all the claps I get Tifa .... .

Cheers dude😎🖒
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Originally posted by cheesy cheesy wrote:

Superb
I'll have to go find a copy now


Cheers Cheesy .

It must have come out earlier than normal because I wasn't expecting it until next weds (it's usually 1st weds of the month), was a pleasant surprise though
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Originally posted by Steve750 Steve750 wrote:

I'm gonna grab a copy in the morning!

Well do mate 👍


Cheers Steve, im officially chuffed 🖒
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As for the fat looking thing that's the least of your worries



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Originally posted by redratbike redratbike wrote:

As for the fat looking thing that's the least of your worries



Great camera work and lighting sorted that out, not even a hint of a moob
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excellent,always great seein one of yer own and his bike featured.
best magazine out too imo.always the 1st one i buy and re read the most.
not all brand new bikes like the rest.

ill grab a copy while out today.
stunning bike btw.loved my tuono and that was just a standard one!
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Excellent!!  Thumbs Up looking forward to reading it when my copy gets delivered

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Originally posted by BIG UN BIG UN wrote:

excellent,always great seein one of yer own and his bike featured.
best magazine out too imo.always the 1st one i buy and re read the most.
not all brand new bikes like the rest.

ill grab a copy while out today.
stunning bike btw.loved my tuono and that was just a standard one!


Cheers Big Un😀🖒.

Yeah, its my fav magazine too, it's always been the one that's buggered about tweaking older bikes and generally just doing the stuff that we do to ours (or would like to do to ours)and that's why I was so chuffed when they said about taking look at my bike...i was (am) like a pig in the proverbial
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Originally posted by twinfan twinfan wrote:

Excellent!!  Thumbs Up looking forward to reading it when my copy gets delivered

You should be very proud  Beer


Cheers Paul, I am actually, much as I did my bike for myself, it's always nice to know other people appreciate what you've done to it🖒😎
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Cracking write up, that's one beautiful bike mate, well done..
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Cracking write up, that's one beautiful bike mate, well done..


Cheers Alex 🖒
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Great stuff, a nice warm feeling for the new year.
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Originally posted by legend88 legend88 wrote:

Great stuff, a nice warm feeling for the new year.



Cheers Leg' 🖒.

Hopefully that warm feeling will make up for the emptiness in my wallet
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