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Old 12-24-2006, 03:39 PM
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Hey Doug, nice ride. It would fit in real well here!

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that thing is great!!!!!
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I would sooooooo mow my yard with that ... but Id have to paint it red first
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Not exactly a dirt bike...

Note the "Target" bike trailer in the background.. They built killer little trailers too
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Old 12-24-2006, 04:58 PM
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hahahahahaha....a Rickman "Metisse".... did you know that metisse is a french word to describe a mongel dog?... It also is used to describe a woman of mixed heritage or ancestry...
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Old 12-25-2006, 11:45 AM
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I actually had a Rickman 125 when I was kid, it had fiberglass fenders and side plates, aluminum gas tank, and a Zundapp motor. Broke all the time and I was the king of cobbling it back together!!!

My mom was good friends with aprofessional painter in our neighborhood and he painted a picture of me and the bike. I know, pretty corny but what the hey.... its pretty accurate!!!
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Had a Rickman 125 I bought new in early 70's I guess. Upgraded to the Rickman 250,Montessa powered as I recall. Friend stiil has it. Then I bought a Bultaco 250 Pursang.Loaned it to a buddy about 25 years ago,lost track of it,the friend died. Was told a few weeks ago it's in a barn somewhere,trying to find a relative that will let me get it back. Would be a nice restoration project after all these years
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my old 78 LTD1000 - great bikes
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Is there rednecks in VT or NH must be a transplant from my neck of the woods
Plenty in Vermont...

You have to look passed the small bunch of tree hungers and burned out lawyers from Boston and New-York that monopolize the news. You'll see plenty of red-necks here.
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