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January 12, 2021, 01:01:38 PM
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panhead51


Hi 51,
Welcome to Bitchin from England.
I'm guesing that you're not French as I'm not detecting much of an accent there!  ;)
Which part of France are you in? I've an amigo in Brittany who's behind a Chopper Club chapter being set up there atm.
Cheers

TD 8)

yes, I am French from Burgundy, more exactly from Dijon.


January 14, 2021, 02:36:18 AM
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I am finishing today, what I started here a few days ago.
I had a good time with you, the welcome was warm, but it's time to leave you.
I have shared some memories of my adventures with you, they belong to the past and as the future is very dark for me.
I will now have nothing more to tell you, I have not had a motorcycle since 2014 (I still have my old car from 2012 which works, fortunately).
What are we going to talk about, I speak and write English very poorly (Thanks to the Google translation), I don't travel, for lack of money, I can't finish my project.
I keep my blog because it is a recognition of the work of Hervé.
I wish everyone good health because it can lead to other problems (I know what I'm talking about).
For my part everything is said.
Kind regards.
Fred.

January 14, 2021, 05:57:46 PM
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Rider Ron

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I am finishing today, what I started here a few days ago.
I had a good time with you, the welcome was warm, but it's time to leave you.
I have shared some memories of my adventures with you, they belong to the past and as the future is very dark for me.
I will now have nothing more to tell you, I have not had a motorcycle since 2014 (I still have my old car from 2012 which works, fortunately).
What are we going to talk about, I speak and write English very poorly (Thanks to the Google translation), I don't travel, for lack of money, I can't finish my project.
I keep my blog because it is a recognition of the work of Hervé.
I wish everyone good health because it can lead to other problems (I know what I'm talking about).
For my part everything is said.
Kind regards.
Fred.


Nonsense.  (Google it  ;) )  You are most welcome to 'stay here'.  Others members here have had to give up riding for health reasons or ?.  Some have 'broken' bikes.  Some are between bikes.  Besides being a technical resource, the asylum here is a community of people with a common interest.  We have enjoyed your posts and progress to this point.  The Google translator has treated you/us well.  Feel free to stick around.  It sounds like you could use some company, even if virtual at the moment.  Check out the other areas of the forum, for instance the General Discussion section.  A good example is the Coffee House.  It can be quiet at times, but can be busier other times.  Lots of sections and topics.  Good reading in these trying times...

Again, I suggest you reconsider.  Either way, thanks for sharing your and your bike's story.

Take care.

Ron in AZ
USArmy War College '68-70, AMA, IB 1K, 2015 SR Run For The Wall FNG
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January 16, 2021, 09:36:32 AM
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TD

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Well said Ron!
And Fred, you're contributions on here will be well received, as will your past experiences!
Stick with us mon amigo! ;D

TD 8)
You're Never Alone with a Schizophrenic
Ian Hunter
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January 16, 2021, 10:11:30 AM
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Thank you for your support, this is the first forum outside of France where I want to share something.
At a time of great doubt, I wanted to give up everything because the outcome is uncertain for my project.
I stay and I will try to continue the goal I have set for myself, to finish this project.
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January 19, 2021, 10:16:26 PM
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bc45

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Welcome to Bitchin Fred, Thanks for sharing your sharing your project.
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January 20, 2021, 01:28:43 AM
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panhead51


Thank you ,
I still want to share a few moments with you from this project, but you will still have to be patient.
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January 20, 2021, 12:05:23 PM
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J F Go

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Thank you ,
I still want to share a few moments with you from this project, but you will still have to be patient.

We are a patient bunch around here. (You have to learn patience if you own and work on a Harley.) There are no expectations put on anyone here. We only ask that you share what you want and when you want. No judgement. You are more than welcome here. God Bless.   
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January 23, 2021, 12:41:21 PM
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NoSuperSlabs

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Welcome to the HDBitchin Family @panhead51
Two Lane Highway

February 01, 2021, 04:34:39 AM
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panhead51


I come to give news, I signed up on Twitter.
It's all new to me, it may allow me to have more visibility on the internet.

November 25, 2021, 01:26:56 AM
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panhead51


I am coming back to you, and finally I did not give up on my project.
I mounted the crankcases and mounted the gearbox.
I had started on twitter and instagram but it is too time consuming.

 




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