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    Default Stator, The GSR travelling mascot.

    Hi there, my name is Stator & I am a biker bear.

    I am wanting to meet as many GSR members as I can & I want to bum a lift whenever there is space on the bike. I am not very big & weigh about a kilo.

    I do not pay my own way, I expect to be pampered, given rides & fed entirely at everyone’s expense.

    I am particularly partial to good beer & since I am a bear, I will try to reciprocate to most on GSR by turning into a biker after 6 beers.

    Colin Green has given me a logbook & has promised me a ride tomorrow. I will be keeping an accurate log of all my rides & experiences & will keep everyone informed of my whereabouts.
    I expect the GSR folk who take me for rides to give details of the ride as well.

    I also expect photos to be taken of me & the bikes that I ride on & posted here.

    I am looking forward to riding all over the world & meeting fellow GSR members.

    Regards

    Stator







    Last edited by Flyboy; 05-17-2014 at 02:07 PM.

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    has Stator got a passport?
    1978 GS1085.

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    Sure Bro. We'll put a Tui or Speights label on his bag (depending on which Island he leaves from).

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    Lets contact the Admin and give Stator his own account & password. Set up a Photobucket account same way. Then he can "post" his own travels.

    Put the passwords & account info in the logbook. ONLY the person who has Stator at any given time can post on his behalf.

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    this is friggin fantastic!!!!!! Another freeloader --without a bike ---on this forum......gheezzz!!!!


    J/K. Cant wait till the old boy gets to my place someday.
    MY BIKES..1977 GS 750 B, 1978 GS 1000 C (X2)
    1978 GS 1000 E, 1979 GS 1000 S, 1973 Yamaha TX 750, 1977 Kawasaki KZ 650B1, 1975 Honda GL1000 Goldwing, 1983 CB 650SC Nighthawk, 1972 Honda CB 350K4, 74 Honda CB550

    NEVER SNEAK UP ON A SLEEPING DOG..NOT EVEN YOUR OWN.


    I would rather trust my bike to a "QUACK" that KNOWS how to fix it rather than a book worm that THINKS HE KNOWS how to fix it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuck hahn View Post
    this is friggin fantastic!!!!!! Another freeloader --without a bike ---on this forum......gheezzz!!!!


    J/K. Cant wait till the old boy gets to my place someday.
    Mine as well. It'll look good sitting on Stan's GK heading to Oshkosh...

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    He will have a Cooley ride when he gets to my place. Heck he might get a ride on all the bikes. If not, photo ops for sure.
    Last edited by chuck hahn; 07-10-2013 at 01:07 PM.
    MY BIKES..1977 GS 750 B, 1978 GS 1000 C (X2)
    1978 GS 1000 E, 1979 GS 1000 S, 1973 Yamaha TX 750, 1977 Kawasaki KZ 650B1, 1975 Honda GL1000 Goldwing, 1983 CB 650SC Nighthawk, 1972 Honda CB 350K4, 74 Honda CB550

    NEVER SNEAK UP ON A SLEEPING DOG..NOT EVEN YOUR OWN.


    I would rather trust my bike to a "QUACK" that KNOWS how to fix it rather than a book worm that THINKS HE KNOWS how to fix it.

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    So... Stator is in South Africa? Count me in when ever he gets to Northern California. Keep us posted on his travels! Paul

    PS, I've sent AZR a couple of PM's to get me on the map with no response. With more people on the map, a route can be more easily planned.
    Last edited by slayer61; 07-10-2013 at 01:32 PM. Reason: addition

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    Make it a ride to the next guy and hand him off kind of affair. Like send him to say Houston in Teaxs, have Russ Reeves be the recipient, for example. Then Russ rides him to a close member for the hand off and photo ops, then that guy rides him to the next and so on.
    MY BIKES..1977 GS 750 B, 1978 GS 1000 C (X2)
    1978 GS 1000 E, 1979 GS 1000 S, 1973 Yamaha TX 750, 1977 Kawasaki KZ 650B1, 1975 Honda GL1000 Goldwing, 1983 CB 650SC Nighthawk, 1972 Honda CB 350K4, 74 Honda CB550

    NEVER SNEAK UP ON A SLEEPING DOG..NOT EVEN YOUR OWN.


    I would rather trust my bike to a "QUACK" that KNOWS how to fix it rather than a book worm that THINKS HE KNOWS how to fix it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuck hahn View Post
    Make it a ride to the next guy and hand him off kind of affair. Like send him to say Houston in Teaxs, have Russ Reeves be the recipient, for example. Then Russ rides him to a close member for the hand off and photo ops, then that guy rides him to the next and so on.
    That'll work within any given country.

    Just a word of warning. As he has to cross borders in his travels, keep him away from any pot or dope of any kind...as if anyone on here would smoke dope...lol. Race fuel can also excite the drug dogs - a friend of mine who'd ridden at Philip Island was strip searched leaving Oz when the dogs went for the fuel residue on his gear.
    I'd hate to see him lost to a customs seizure....

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