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Hello all from Perm.

Hi everyone, my name is Nikita, I'm not a native English speaker, so please accept my apologies for my poor English.

I'm living in Perm, Russia, middle-sized industrial town in the Ural mountains. Almost a year ago I've found this forum when tried to find any information regarding my new old Goldwing. That's a very helpful resource with amazing mods and tons of helpful guides. Really want to reproduce a Gear Indicator from Erdeniz Umman for my GL.

Before GL1500 I own ST1100, PC800 and YBR125 (my little red favorite ).

You may ask me here anything about living and riding in Russia, I will try to answer honestly.

AL-KASHI Perm, Russia.
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no apologies needed, you do quite well expressing yourself.

I recall the Gear Indicator from Erdeniz Umman, he did a great job on that.

welcome to the forum as a regular member.

I once asked a retired military captain from Ukraine for an honest answer to what is happening in the world during Putin's hard push to over take the Ukraine... he gave me some very frank answers.... the world is not always round, it depends on where you are standing and what is happening around you.

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no apologies needed, you do quite well expressing yourself.

I recall the Gear Indicator from Erdeniz Umman, he did a great job on that.

welcome to the forum as a regular member.

I once asked a retired military captain from Ukraine for an honest answer to what is happening in the world during Putin's hard push to over take the Ukraine... he gave me some very frank answers.... the world is not always round, it depends on where you are standing and what is happening around you.
Thank you! Will try to do my best as a member.

I'm away from politics and also such threads are not allowed here, as far as I know.

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Greetingz Nikita!

Your English is WAY BETTER than my Russian! Your English is prolly even more better than MY English!

Bruce

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What do you have to do?
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Greetingz Nikita!

Your English is WAY BETTER than my Russian! Your English is prolly even more better than MY English!
Oh noes, you're kidding me. I've learned English at school over 20 years ago but now working as a Tech Support service for our company's product. So, unfortunately, I can write in English, but it's really slow. Last summer in my trip to Altai mountains, I have met a couple from California, they have stopped to eat something near to our camp. I've tried to talk with them and realized that I have a very low level in speaking English without any preparations. So will try to improve the knowledge of English in the future.

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Hello Nikita and a warm welcome to this nice forum .
I have wisited your nice Country , for GoldWing treffen , in 2006 and 2016 and both times i was wery happy with my stay and the russian wingers .
Looking forward to meet you some day .

Ejvind , Denmark
PS:The guys have tolerated my English for for many years , and your english is GREAT .

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Oh noes, you're kidding me. ...
LOL! yes, I am kidding with you. English is not an easy language, especially in writing. So many words that sound the same but mean different things (to, two, too; their, there, they're) and so many different words for the SAME thing (cycle, bike, scooter, hog). Then, to make it even harder, we love to mash words together to make slang words (oldWing, Benefer, imagineering) Then there are the differences between British English and US and Australian English (truck-lorry, elevator-lift, apartment-flat, tire-tyre, stolen-nicked, buy a beer for everyone - shout a round of piss).

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Can I have a motorcycle when I get old enough?
If you take care of it.
What do you have to do?
Lots of things. You've been watching me.
Will you show me all of them?
Sure.
Is it hard?
Not if you have the right attitudes. Its having the right attitudes that's hard.


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You don't need to know proper English, or learn how to spell.

No one here has.
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Hello Nikita and a warm welcome to this nice forum .
I have wisited your nice Country , for GoldWing treffen , in 2006 and 2016 and both times i was wery happy with my stay and the russian wingers .
Looking forward to meet you some day .

Ejvind , Denmark
PS:The guys have tolerated my English for for many years , and your english is GREAT .
Thanks! I was never on GoldWing Treffen, but now I think I have an opportunity to visit it. Maybe, if you plan to travel through Russia in the future, I will be glad to meet you here, in Perm.

AL-KASHI Perm, Russia.
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