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    I am officially a "Southern Gentleman"

    https://www.cityscopemag.com/city-scope/in-full-flight/

    Scroll down for the best.
    Chattanooga, TN
    Certified Hooligan.
    2018 S1000XR, 2014 R1200GSAw, 2015 Husqvarna FE501S

    #2
    Did they save the best for last? Good stuff Mani!

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      #3
      Congratulations Mani...

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        #4
        I have to admit though that as I scrolled down the article of you my eyes
        fell on that beautiful English Cocker Spaniel... I think that's my next dog!

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          #5
          I am waiting for Joe's comment. Will be interesting. To say the least. Ha Ha.
          Chattanooga, TN
          Certified Hooligan.
          2018 S1000XR, 2014 R1200GSAw, 2015 Husqvarna FE501S

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            #6
            Mani, You are a "Southern Gentleman"

            Great write up!
            2018 BMW S1000R
            2000 BMW K1200 RS
            2017 Honda CRF250 L ABS

            "Where you stand depends on where you sit"
            Rufus E Miles JR.

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              #7
              What a nice article on all the "gentleman." Yours was particularly nice, Mani. Flying with your kiddos is just the best. I flew with mine. My son is now a Capt. and a flight instructor for NATO.

              I've been flying since I was a kid. First with my Dad, and since 1983, with my Comanche 250. (But today, I just heard from the FAA that they are going to deny my 3rd Class Medical unless I do a stress test and some other stupid stuff including an echo-cardiogram. They should just follow me around for a day. Last Saturday, I was one of only about 400 for 2000 cyclist to make it through 32 miles of mud and single track before my derailer and brakes gave up the ghost. I was in a 100 mile "race." (We all had to carry the bikes at least a mile, in the worst parts.)
              Last edited by 955i; 1 week ago.

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                #8
                Congrats, Mani... and a beautiful aircraft!!

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                  #9
                  Great article, Mani. And yeah, they DID save the best until last
                  When all this shit is over, you're welcome to pack up the family and fly that thing in a south-easterly direction.
                  2015 Black BMW K1300R @ 43,361 km / 26,900 mi
                  2006 Honda FireBlade @ 83,100 km / 51,600 mi - 3 x transcontinentals & a whole lotta hooning

                  DEAD: 2012 Acid Green BMW K1300R @ 172,600 km / 107,200 mi - Hit a kangaroo - RIP dear friend

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                    #10
                    Excellent write up, Mani! Reading it made me think of Pink Floyd's 'Learning to Fly'.
                    ain't skeered

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                      #11
                      Nice article Mani. I was surprised there was no mention of your passion for motorcycling as well.

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                      • 802Mike
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                        "Flying Without Wings"

                      • aviator
                        aviator commented
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                        It was a write up on local guys who owned and flew. The mag heard from some one and called my office.

                      #12
                      Congrats Mani and thanks for Your Service to our Country!
                      '11 BMW K1300S - Cobra SP2 Slip-On Muffler, OEM Centerstand, Grip Puppies, OEM Rear Rack, OEM Bags, Three Vent Holes in Filler Neck, Kuykendahl Riser Plates, Kickstand Foot, Ilmburger Rear Hugger, Throttle Meister, Stebel Horn, ABM Synto EVO Brake/Clutch Levers, Corbin Seat, Z-Technik Smoke Windscreen, R&G Frame Sliders

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                        #13
                        Congrats on all counts Mani!

                        Jim

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