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 Greetings from Scotland

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PostSubject: Greetings from Scotland   Wed Jul 06, 2016 4:37 pm

Hi folks!

Firstly... Do you know how hard it is to get one of these things out here? They stopped importing them in 2010 uuurgh.

Yeh it's hard to get one.. It's even harder to get 3!

Yes, I am the proud owner of 2 WRR and 1 WRX!. Greedy, i know, but I have big ambitions for the little bike. One of the WRR's is a non-runner so I will be picking the brains of the forum to get that little beauty up and running!

The other 2 bikes will embark on an adventure! From Europe to Japan, leaving in a few weeks time in fact. Just enough time to kit them out with a few adventure essentials (If I can actually source any parts/aftermarket here). I'll be sure to keep a ride report.

Yes it really does seem that the WR250R is perhaps the greatest lightweight, low maintenance adventure bike ever made!

Cheers Folks!
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