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Hi to all from Western french coast. Again thank's for this very nice forum !


may be you don't know this vidéo with a Ver6 ? it's not necessery to have a big moto , of coarse in straight line, Versys is back ;-( but when she turn !!! ;-)

best wishes and take care from Jean


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Bonjour Jean.
Merci beaucoup pour le/la video.
Quest que se that thing sticking up in front of the camera mon amie?
Vous et une great rider keeping up with all those sports bikes!!!
Tres bonne!
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thank you ;-) (thanks to write in french a part ;-) but write in english, it's good for me to learn and after your nice forum, may be, is more easy to understand all of you, a part ;-)

I don't know what it is on the front ? because also it is not my the rider !
but this incredible Versys is really fantastic ! rider too ;-)

wishe you a good we. : Acclamations:


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FWIW - I believe this is a video of "hp134", an Englishman, who used to be on this forum, and originally put it up about 5 years ago.

One HELLUVA rider!!!

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An oldie but a goodie. I never get tired of watching this one.
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FWIW - I believe this is a video of "hp134", an Englishman, who used to be on this forum, and originally put it up about 5 years ago.

One HELLUVA rider!!!
I'm also an Englishman, & I think he may have inherited the riding skills I should've had!!!

There's nothing better than seeing an "upright" 'bike keeping up with & beating the sports 'bikes.
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may be, it's that's man, great rider ! He is a man like we would like to see and ride with him and after take good beer ;-) Britmick take care and read you with pleasure Sir ;-)


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Your English is better than my French Jean!!!

I watched your attached video, & what is the attachment to the gas/petrol tank for???Here's a video I did, & it would seem we both like the black Versys, although yours has the extra green theme going on there......
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UuFOlwIrTQ0

Also, I never got quite so far west as you are located, but I was lucky enough to have visited Mont saint Michel 7yrs ago before I left Europe for the USA.
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Ok Mick, thanks for your nice vidéo ! we are together young "papy's" hihi !
If I understand well, you ask me, what is it on the top of my tank..? It's for a Givi support little bag. But (asap?) as soon as possible, I make a new video in english (its normal in US forum;-) with new change on my Versys ...
cu next Jean (go to bed 11.25 PM) : Merci:


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Bonne soir mon amie, or it'll be most likely bonne matin when you read this.

Are you 6 or 7 hrs in front of USA Central time?
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good morning ;-) Mick, I beleive 7 hours.


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Good morning/afternoon, I believe you are right Jean.
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