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Hi guys,

I am italian but I recently moved to Mexico City.
I owned many bikes during the years in Europe, but never bought a chopper/custom, even if I always liked them.

The moving to Mexico has been a good reason to start a new chapter in my biking life.

I bought a 2005 Kingpin coming from Florida.
I will post some pics next week after getting new paintjob!

Regards
Majo
 

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Hola!

Congrats on your new bike, and welcome aboard.
 

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Congradulations!

When I lived in Italy (Sequals, near Spilimbergo) I had a friend who was raised speaking Spanish (his mother and father were Mexican). This poor guy had a very hard time learning how to speak Italian even though the Friulani dialect was close to Spanish. Hopefully it doesn't work the opposite way for you!

Be careful down there and ride safe.
 

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Hi again,

does anybody know how to put my model/bike in the signature?
In the settings of my "user CP" it does not appear the link to "edit signature"....

Thanks a lot!

Majo
 

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Hi guys,

I am italian but I recently moved to Mexico City.
I owned many bikes during the years in Europe, but never bought a chopper/custom, even if I always liked them.

The moving to Mexico has been a good reason to start a new chapter in my biking life.

I bought a 2005 Kingpin coming from Florida.
I will post some pics next week after getting new paintjob!

Regards
Majo
welcome, ride safe.
 

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In the southwest here last weekend they just had a big ride to Porta Penyasto(Rocky Point). I know I spelled it wrong. Its just across from Arizona on the beach. I did not go,but a large number of bikes go every year the way I understand it. Ran into them in Gila Bend,Arizona. Large groups were coming back up to the Phoenix,Arizona area. Might be a nice long ride for you from Mexico City.
 

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Tfkp and majo the reason you cant post attachments is because its new member initiation to help the forum avoid spam you can read the thread on it in the Site Discussions section on this forum. they have us as new members till we have five or more posts then we will become junior members if i read everything correctly.
 

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One more post for you newrider and you get a signature. The spam avoidance makes sense.

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Tfkp and majo the reason you cant post attachments is because its new member initiation to help the forum avoid spam you can read the thread on it in the Site Discussions section on this forum. they have us as new members till we have five or more posts then we will become junior members if i read everything correctly.
You've read everything correctly, and explained it well.
 

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Thanks a lot guys, I am sure I will be quite active here.... I need to learn a lot about Victory bikes and I feel like I made it to the right place!
 

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@Speedblue: I am based in Mexico City so yes, it is a very long ride... and as I just moved here, I really cannot manage to stay out of town for several days.... what a pity!
 
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