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Haven't taken the time to search incase this topic has already been discussed.

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Yes this been here almost every 2nd week ,,it is a Swedish company .

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Hi guys long time no see

I am an ex-goldwing owner but i had to step away from it for a little while .

However I have been looking into this bike as a viable option to speed up the process of getting broken downcages of the motorway.I think it would be almost ironic if you were waiting for a tow-truck and along comes a bike!!.I am fairly certain that issues like braking and the clutch abuse have been ironed out and the bikes are in use in China.Canada and United arab emirates





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I am an ex-goldwing owner but i had to step away from it for a little while .




That was only because ya went and got married ...Now that the honeymoon period is over are you getting another wing

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That was only because ya went and got married ...Now that the honeymoon period is over are you getting another wing
It sounds like midwing might be looking for one with a serious tow hitch!!!

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Oh the honeymoon is over alright!!

Three years in and they said it wouldn't last

But like I said I have looked into the Retriever (towbike ) and I seriously think it couldmake a big difference to thetowing ofbroke down cars .At the mo I am trying to convince the various government depts that its a good ideabut you know what they're like when it comes to a new idea

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