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190KM run to the Droping Lake.
nice view, but a little lonely,cruising with speed of 95KM.
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pistolpete. you r welcome to take a trip in my town shanghai city even china.
we have a large circle of friends driving heavy bike here, and lots of them are american.

tip:we offer the typical chinese homemade food, my teate! wish you could like it.
 

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sure, i m a chinese, or say, shanghainese.
we watch prisonbreak and lost and supernatrual too, also stick to the timetable. thanx the emule and internet. here in shanghai we feel the outside world.
i know exactly what frank from everybody luvs raymond mean by saying holy crap...(a breathtaking soap opera for me!! i m a huge fan of frank)

i got my sv from hongkong later 2k8, and i luv the feeling to rush with it somewhere pudong distric, lots of fun.
welcome to expo shanghai 2010.
if you in the town, dont hesitate to let me know. i ll be very glad to show you around then.
mail: [email protected]
call me mike.
 

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It's good to see SV in China if it is legal imported, coz most of the Hong Kong's stolen bikes are smuggled to china. One of the best friend get a K3's SV1000S stolen and we can see it is selling on a mainland China web site. Nothing can do from owner and police force from Hong Kong.
 

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It's good to see SV in China if it is legal imported, coz most of the Hong Kong's stolen bikes are smuggled to china. One of the best friend get a K3's SV1000S stolen and we can see it is selling on a mainland China web site. Nothing can do from owner and police force from Hong Kong.
what you said bout stolen bike is basically right.

If you wanna get a legally imported bike, you will have to ready the 3 times msrp than in the states. the tax here in mainland china is nothing but a nightmare.

i hate thieves too, and feel sorry bout that. but my sv is legally imported which cost me a lot.
 
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