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September 24th, 2007, 02:37 PM   #21
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Strewth Wal, I thought everyone knew where you lived !!!!! Ha ha. I think Pids was suffering from alcoholic induced memory loss from the social activities at Louee.
I bet you cant wait to pick up your new beast. Get the suspension set up straight away mate and when you come down for the Force ride we should take it to Carl at Cafe Racer http://www.caferacer.com.au and get it on the dyno so you can get the best out of what you have. Hey maybe you can get in on the Frank Pons suspension workshop on the Friday and get it dialed in perfect ???? Food for though mate.

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September 24th, 2007, 10:06 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by wildman
It's sitting at the freight yard in Brissy as I type. 14hr round trip from here. You going to be bringing your old girl ( husaberg I meant ) to next years force ride ?
Yep I will be bringing the old girl, unless I convince myself to get a new one....... pretty cheap at the moment.
She has been running pretty sweet since our initial $$$$ " get to know each other" introductions though.
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September 25th, 2007, 04:07 AM   #23
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I've got the 06 FE550 on the market if your in for an upgrade Oz I'd keep the old girl for another coupla years until the new generation 09 Husaberg come out, I've heard the'yre pretty different from what we know now.

Cafey, I am going to PM Steve for the booking with Frank Pons on the Friday if a position is still avail. Money well spent for sure. Forget the dyno, I'm still working out how to hang on to what I've got. Can you shed some light on the different rooms available at the Black & Gold Cabins ? Where do we ask to stay for the budget price rooms ?

If we can all start booking rooms now ( even though it seems so far away ) it will make for a better event cause we'll all be in the same accomodation. Start on the brownie points now with the loved one & write it in your dairy with a marker for next year. The first one was a blast with little or no organisation so imagine how awsome this will be with some effort from every Berg rider to be there.

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September 26th, 2007, 06:40 PM   #24
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G'day Wal,
PM medogrocket for the suspension workshop. I think Steve is still over seas ?
Mate the dyno will not disappoint or scare you. It will make your bike so well mannered that you will come away wondering why you never had it done first up. Serious !!!
Check out my first post for the website link to the Black Gold Cabins, lots of detail there. I have booked a separate room as my other half may come along. But I told Rob there to start booking guys into the one lodge and fill it first. Your choice mate.
I have the dates locked in already. It's going to be a great time.

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October 10th, 2007, 02:24 AM   #25
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Originally Posted by wildman
Hey Bushberger,

as Ozrider said, I'm in Gladstone & will be going next year. Where are you in CQ ? Best thing would be to go through the posts about this ride & get onto the accomodation. It's a very popular spot & you want to book it early to avoid disappointment.

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PS: it's OK you forgot where I lived Pids, I'll let you buy me an ale when we get there !
gday, Im out at Moranbah- between Mackay and Emerald. this town is dirt bike mad but there is only 2 or 3 bergs that I know. I am dead keen on this force ride, even though its right before Finke desert race but ya get that. Where is your nearest reputable Berg dealer? Yeah, I better get my act together and book accom soon or I will be sleeping in the trailer!
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October 11th, 2007, 08:34 PM   #26
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Townsville & Gold coast are the only 2 I know of in QLD. I sent my motor to ORANGEBERG in NSW to be rebuilt & what I paid on freight I saved on heartache.

Get your rooms booked asap. Speak to Rob or Linda & let them know your with the Berg force riders. Looks like the batchelors are shareing dorms whilst the family guys get rooms.
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October 12th, 2007, 02:33 AM   #27
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JFC, it's taken me over a week to get that one.... sheesh, Glad - stone. Lmao!

Nice one Ozrider, I can see some verry dark humour comin' out over a few Force fed Husa beers.

Azza.
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October 12th, 2007, 04:48 PM   #28
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Wildman is in Happy Rock
JFC, it's taken me over a week to get that one.... sheesh, Glad - stone. Lmao!

Nice one Ozrider, I can see some verry dark humour comin' out over a few Force fed Husa beers.

Azza.


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October 12th, 2007, 04:49 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by awilksch
Wildman is in Happy Rock
JFC, it's taken me over a week to get that one.... sheesh, Glad - stone. Lmao!

Nice one Ozrider, I can see some verry dark humour comin' out over a few Force fed Husa beers.

Azza.


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October 18th, 2007, 03:38 AM   #30
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Re: REGO

Originally Posted by MEDOGROCKET
Hello all
On the rego topic, NSW has a unregistered vehicle permit, this enables the user to use the vehicle for certain period. I used this a few years ago to ride in the Sunny Corner Rally, the catch is the vehicle must pass a NSW Pink slip (roadworthy certificate) I also know of one guy that has used this to ride his CR250 in the Sunny Corner rally also. When I used it, it cost $30 and the pink slip was $20 and my unregistered vehicle permit ran for 7 days, I do not know if this permit is still available.

see ya
How convenient that ORANGEBERG is licensed to do pink slip roadworthy checks on bikes, i also do CTP insurance and i havnt failed a Berg yet. By the way unregisterd Berg owners i prefer Tooheys New.
enough said.
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