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Old 12-06-2007, 12:44 PM
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I make that 3 months and still NO TRIKES, Time to cancel the Direct debit me thinks . Shame used to be a great mix in this mag , going down the H/D route is not for me
No trikes but a gsxr streetfighter, a moto guzzi rat, a gs550 chop, a 175 (I think) vintage project bike. Not really HD route.
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Old 10-08-2007, 12:31 AM
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weres all the anger from about trikes have i come to the wrong web iam 56yrs old never owend a bike of any form and i was looking for some help and advice ex brit by the way from wolverhampton i am looking at a goldwing 2006 priced at 15000 pounds 300 mile from new all the bells and bits what should i be looking for can anyone help me if you would like to see it go to www.triketraders kissimmiee usa look forward to some help thanks alan
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Old 22-09-2007, 06:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Peirre O`bollox
an inclusive price under 4 would have been better IMO

but realisitcally the total inclusive price being charged does look unattractive to me, as it is over the magic 4 an issue mark. So tbh I for one won`t be rushing out to order mine......sorry

spose its like being charged 2 a pint in the pub, and then being charged another 50p for the glass it comes in

edit: can someone show the admin how to quote properly
i think the price is really good considering the content of the magazine. undefined
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Old 29-09-2007, 11:27 PM
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will the magazine be going out into general distribution(ie via newsagents) or will it have to be ordrered from you?
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Old 01-10-2007, 05:14 PM
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will the magazine be going out into general distribution(ie via newsagents) or will it have to be ordrered from you?
Only for sale on the internet at the moment http://www.jazzpublishing.co.uk/mm5/...e=trike_latest

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Old 07-11-2007, 06:54 PM
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I ride a bike & I know folk who ride trikes,sometimes due to injuries they have to.This means they can still carry on what they love doing.So if you ride bike or trike it dont matter as long as you enjoy it.
I would be very happy to be on one of my rides & ride with trikes.
At least on trike you can take family out & they can all get the buzz we do from biking.
Trike mag/bike mag, It dont matter you buy what you want to read !!!!.
If 100% biker do both then bloody good on them.
Ride Safe Ride with Pride.& enjoy!!!!
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