Member Introductions Just joined? Tell us about yourself and your ride.
You will see this at the top of the page
Below that you will see a Highlighted Post New Thread
, click on this
This is your thread Introduction.
Sticky " I'm a new member, why can't I post? 2 posts and 48 hours!" Is now closed
New members were doing 2 posts in the other sticky thread which is now locked, no members ever saw the posts unless they chose to look, this was a ideal way for spammers to get access after 48 hours, Bam they are in. You are under scrutiny in this Members Introduction, you better be either a motorcycle rider or own a motorcycle or had one!!
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