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Hi, my name is Alessandro, i'm 21...i'm italian and i live in italy! I hope to talk to you, it seems a good forum! i have 08 cbr 600 rr red/black/grey

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Nice ride, Alessandro. Where are you in Italy? I live in Milan. I may be the slowest ever rider - a bike like yours passed me like I wasn't moving between Como and Milan a few weeks ago - I guess it wasn't you, but thought I'd say hello just in case.

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Hi, my name is Alessandro, i'm 21...i'm italian and i live in italy! I hope to talk to you, it seems a good forum! i have 08 cbr 600 rr red/black/grey

greetings to all!

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Nice ride, Alessandro. Where are you in Italy? I live in Milan. I may be the slowest ever rider - a bike like yours passed me like I wasn't moving between Como and Milan a few weeks ago - I guess it wasn't you, but thought I'd say hello just in case.

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Hi mark, i live in Sardinia, more precisely sassari! it was not me the biker who you saw ahahahah...

but you're italian or english who living in italy??
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Hi mark, i live in Sardinia, more precisely sassari! it was not me the biker who you saw ahahahah...

but you're italian or english who living in italy??
I'm a Canadian living in Italy. Must be nice to live in Sardinia! I've never been, but have heard it's beautiful. Welcome to .net, by the way.

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I'm a Canadian living in Italy. Must be nice to live in Sardinia! I've never been, but have heard it's beautiful. Welcome to .net, by the way.
thank you very much, hope you like Italy and will continue to do well in Italy, sardinia is little island, has the strengths and weaknesses but all over italy is beautiful! como and the lake is fantastic!
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thank you very much, hope you like Italy and will continue to do well in Italy, sardinia is little island, has the strengths and weaknesses but all over italy is beautiful! como and the lake is fantastic!
Thanks, man! It's been up and down for the country in the last few years, but the people are great. If you ever ride near Milan, be sure to take the road from Como to Bellagio - magnificent!

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Welcome to the site. I lived in Gaeta for a few years. Italy is a beautiful country. I miss it and can't wait to go back.


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Man, I've never even been to Europe! You guys are making me jealous.

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Hi mark, i live in Sardinia, more precisely sassari! it was not me the biker who you saw ahahahah...

but you're italian or english who living in italy??

I love Sardinia. I lived in Palau for two years while serving in the military. I lived there from 1996 to 1998. Great memories. I can't wait to go back as a civilian someday.
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Welcome to the site. I lived in Gaeta for a few years. Italy is a beautiful country. I miss it and can't wait to go back.


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gaeta? the world is very very little... my father is from Latin even so gaeta is fantastic!
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Yea Latina is awesome. Use to stop by there on my way to Roma.


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I love Sardinia. I lived in Palau for two years while serving in the military. I lived there from 1996 to 1998. Great memories. I can't wait to go back as a civilian someday.
yes, i remember that the us army worked in Sardinia ( also maddalena?? ), for various reasons Palau is one of the most beautiful place in sardinia... you were lucky! you think that you were paid to work here .... usually people spend a lot of money to go here!!!
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