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Old 17 April 2018, 08:46 PM
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Well the old girl is another year older and just sailed through her MOT. Not too shabby for 34 years old

Looking forward to sticking some miles on her this year after having 10 months off due to a neck injury

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Old 17 April 2018, 09:15 PM
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Brings back memories of my mate's first bike, a GPX 600R, of similar vintage.

BTW, what were the differences between the GPZ and GPX......or are they indeed the same model?!

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Well the old girl is another year older and just sailed through her MOT. Not too shabby for 34 years old

Looking forward to sticking some miles on her this year after having 10 months off due to a neck injury

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Not really sure the differences between the GPZ and GPX to be honest, all I could see from google was that some people were saying the GPX was slightly lighter and had slightly more power.
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Nice clean example.
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One of my fav bikes of all time ( looking good m8
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Love these ....... might be due to overdosing on topgun as a kid!

Great looking bike for an oldy!
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Nice to see one of these again...Best of luck with the neck injury...been there, done that..I have a prosthetic disc C4/C5....long story, but lots of pain, nerve damage, weight loss and misery a few years ago..oh and fractured vertebrae....
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