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    Hi Guys, really pleased to have found your Forum. I've owned dozens of different bikes over the past 55yrs or so but recently bought my very 1st GS and really looking forward to riding it this Summer
    I'm currently (due to Covid) in the UK but also spend a lot of my time living/riding in PA & Florida too.

    Mary H

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    Welcome to the site, Mary.
    What year and model GS? Pics, of course are required.
    Fun that a lot of people neglect to enter a location and you have three to choose from.
    2@ \'78 GS1000

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    Welcome to the Forum Mary. Don't forget to check out Basscliffs website for some excellent tutorials on keeping your bike running in top shape. 3 locations leaves me wondering which one your bike is at?

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    Welcome to the asylum Mary, you'll have to enlighten us regarding your three locations sometime.
    And yes, what bike? got some pics?
    -Mal

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    Welcome. My son goes to Kutztown U, so I’ve been been finding new, interesting routes to and from the Allentown area. There is a fantastic windy road between Catawissa and Shenandoah that I need to find on my bike. Maybe we can meet up when you’re back stateside again.

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    Always wanted to ride from FL to UK, but never found the right bridge. Dozens of bikes in 55 yrs & this is the first GS?? Dang you have lived a sheltered life, about time you's coming out to the real world, Congrats on the GS, now you will realize what you've been missing. Congrats & welcome to the GSR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mary Hinge View Post
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    Welcome.

    I see you already have had some technical talk (steering nut), but, but, but you havent posted pic of the bike yet.

    Had 850G for 14 years. Now have GK since 2005.
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    And I believe we still don’t know if it's a 70’s 8-valve or a 80’s 16-valve, what you might call a GSX in The UK/Europe.

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    Welcome aboard. There are so many more bikes to choose from in the UK that I can imagine it taking that long to get to a GS!

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    Always wanted to ride from FL to UK, but never found the right bridge .....

    My Brother has a home in New Tripoli and we share a place in Florida and we're lucky enough to spend our time together across all 3 locations, until The Disease came along that is .
    She's a 1978 GS750 US bike that now lives in the UK, I don't have any pictures as yet but will post some once she's all back up together.

    Harry aka Mary H

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