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NHZ
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Hello from Greece

Post by NHZ on Mon 05 Nov 2012, 2:01 pm

Hello from Greece. I have a cb500 mod 2002, since ...2002. All these years I am riding almost everyday (with some trips in the past but now mostly for commuting).

Well, after 128.000 km, a friend conviced me to participate in a track day. And now I cant wait till the next one. I hope I will find usefull tips in here!


Thanks for letting me in!

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Re: Hello from Greece

Post by muttley1 on Mon 05 Nov 2012, 5:35 pm

Hi there,

and welcome along. Lots of km then, hope the bike is going well.
I spent awhile in the Kozani/Kastoria area a year or two ago and not many bikes there. Shame really as the main roads were quiet and the smaller roads nice and bendy.

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Re: Hello from Greece

Post by NHZ on Tue 06 Nov 2012, 7:05 am

Indeed, there are not many bikes in those areas for riding in the street. However they have a lot of enduro/MX bikes "lost" in the forest!

PS: My bike is going like having 28.000 km (as the speedometer is showing Very Happy) and not 128.000!
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Re: Hello from Greece

Post by teamster1975 on Tue 06 Nov 2012, 12:32 pm

Welcome NHZ, glad to have you here! Smile
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Re: Hello from Greece

Post by eternally_troubled on Tue 06 Nov 2012, 12:35 pm

That's a pretty good mileage (128,000 km = 80,000 miles)!

Glad to hear it is still running well.

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Re: Hello from Greece

Post by muttley1 on Wed 07 Nov 2012, 6:35 pm

Yep, lots of forests (and mountains). Lots of Hilux around too.

28000km, bike is like new

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Re: Hello from Greece

Post by Leogreek on Thu 08 Nov 2012, 1:16 pm

Muttley, if you're ever out there again, let me know as I live very close to Kozani (well, my parents do, I'm now in London).

The old main road between Kozani and Veroia is not used as a main road any more due to the motorway opening and it is now fairly empty all year round. It is a great route, going up to about 1,200 metres and down the other side with loads of bends Smile

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