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  1. #1
    Junior Member
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    2015 MT-07
    Join Date
    Apr 2017
    Location
    Norway
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    MT-07 got the fun back into riding

    Hi!

    I guess introductions are quite boring, and this will be no different. A few days ago I bought a 2015 MT-07 with 4000 mi / 6600 km on the dial. It looks like brand new and is fitted with goodies like Arrows full system, DNA racing air filter, EJK tuner, R6 throttle, R&G rad and engine guards, frame/fork/swingarm crash protectors, lithium battery plus tons of styling stuff.

    I started riding back in 1980 and have owned more than 30 bikes since, ranging from 50 to 1400 cc, from one to six cylinders, from 2 to 130 hp. But it's been many years since I grinned like I do after each ride on this little MT-07. For the first time in at least a decade I cannot wait to go riding, which I have done every day now since I got it, despite the cold weather. Can't wait for some proper spring!

    Eirik

  2. #2
    Junior Member
    Bike
    MT07
    Join Date
    Mar 2015
    Location
    Rotterdam
    Posts
    1
    Nice to hear that someone with as much experience as you have enjoys the bike so much!

    Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk

  3. #3
    Senior Member Yaminator's Avatar
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    MT 07
    Join Date
    Nov 2014
    Location
    London
    Posts
    298
    You enjoy fella.. its nice to have that spirit back ;) [QUOTE=faffi;18682]Hi!

    I guess introductions are quite boring, and this will be no different. A few days ago I bought a 2015 MT-07 with 4000 mi / 6600 km on the dial. It looks like brand new and is fitted with goodies like Arrows full system, DNA racing air filter, EJK tuner, R6 throttle, R&G rad and engine guards, frame/fork/swingarm crash protectors, lithium battery plus tons of styling stuff.

    I started riding back in 1980 and have owned more than 30 bikes since, ranging from 50 to 1400 cc, from one to six cylinders, from 2 to 130 hp. But it's been many years since I grinned like I do after each ride on this little MT-07. For the first time in at least a decade I cannot wait to go riding, which I have done every day now since I got it, despite the cold weather. Can't wait for some proper spring!

    Eirik[/QUOTE]
    Motorcycles aren't dangerous. Distracted drivers are.

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