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murray
26-03-15, 07:28 PM
So whose gonna win - Thought AUZ would get 350+ but they stuffed up a bit - If they do win can they beat NZ???

Rusty82
26-03-15, 07:54 PM
With 90 000 screaming fans at the MCG its going to be a big game mate - Ozzie Ozzie Ozzie Oi Oi Oi (thumbs up sign here!!)

murray
26-03-15, 07:59 PM
That was an important wicket may well be oz oz oz vs kiwi kiwi kiwi - Oz to square the series as they don't seem to want to play us much lately???

murf
26-03-15, 08:07 PM
Hard to beat a side that has 11 opening bats LOL Cheers Murf

Trousersnake
29-03-15, 06:00 PM
Nice total for the black caps......:D

rangerkat1100s
30-03-15, 04:44 PM
Gentlemen, now that the cricket is over and Australia proved it's dominance once again I reckon bring on the footy, AFL that is !
Now on another note, just been sitting back in the jungles of PNG and wondering , who is the oldest of us Katana lovers still throwing a leg over one ?
I'll start with me, 59 years old and can't wait to get back on my 1100.
cheers guys, tangerkat1100s.

Rusty82
30-03-15, 04:47 PM
Yes I agree - only 3 sleeps to go!!! Yay AFL!!!

Ill battle the other way Ranger - Im 32yrs - probably the youngest?

Sorry Andy Kat your argument Kats werent appealing to the younger generation has failed, thus our trusty steeds should continue to climb in value due to demand not dropping away....

ThomasJ
30-03-15, 05:22 PM
Gentlemen, now that the cricket is over and Australia proved it's dominance once again I reckon bring on the footy, AFL that is !
Now on another note, just been sitting back in the jungles of PNG and wondering , who is the oldest of us Katana lovers still throwing a leg over one ?
I'll start with me, 59 years old and can't wait to get back on my 1100.
cheers guys, tangerkat1100s.

Old to me is a state of mind. And I already know about the mind is willing but the body............. me, 59 in August.

murray
30-03-15, 05:48 PM
Nice total for the black caps......:D

NZ were being to nice - didnt want to see Brad Haddin cry - sorry but what a tosser - you can have him

83KAT
30-03-15, 05:52 PM
...60 on the 24.08.2015....but I'm sure there are older still throwing the leg over...go Susie and Suzuki!!

ThomasJ
30-03-15, 06:45 PM
...60 on the 24.08.2015....but I'm sure there are older still throwing the leg over...go Susie and Suzuki!!

close; I am 21 August

83KAT
30-03-15, 06:54 PM
..you old bugger!!

murf
30-03-15, 07:40 PM
Gee my old man is 82 and he still has a sneeky ride on the KAT one weekend I borrowed his car to go to the drags and I set the trip meter he did 300 ks in a day and a half Cheers Murf. (Better than his Nortons & Triumphs he reckons and faster LOL)

ThomasJ
30-03-15, 10:45 PM
Gee my old man is 82 and he still has a sneeky ride on the KAT one weekend I borrowed his car to go to the drags and I set the trip meter he did 300 ks in a day and a half Cheers Murf. (Better than his Nortons & Triumphs he reckons and faster LOL)

well, I really hope I am like your dad at that age....live it; love it!

Tomcat
30-03-15, 11:11 PM
Gee my old man is 82 and he still has a sneeky ride on the KAT one weekend I borrowed his car to go to the drags and I set the trip meter he did 300 ks in a day and a half Cheers Murf. (Better than his Nortons & Triumphs he reckons and faster LOL)

Murf, you need to get a photo of your dad on the bike, that is pure gold. Agree with Thomas, hope I'm that active at 82' riding my 82'��