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#1 Unread post by sapaul »

So, if you were to be given a motorcycling related gift, what would it be ?
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#2 Unread post by dr_bar »

sapaul, you should know that cash or a gift card is always best when you don't know what to get. Make it more personal by including something small that says you actually tried to find just the right thing. :)
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#3 Unread post by High_Side »

I was told to cease purchasing tight Ducati T-shirts for Mrs High-Side quie some time ago. Since then she has received a heated jacket, followed by the matching thermostatic control a short time later. I'm starting to run out of ideas as well. Looking forward to hearing the other responses for my own personal benefit :)

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Nothing says loving like a set of Snap-on tools.

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#5 Unread post by JackoftheGreen »

Carrie says, more information. First, is this a friend or SO? Does the lady in question already have gear, and does she ride her own scoot or mainly a pillion rider?

You can never go wrong with a Gremlin Bell, for starters. In the past I've bought Carrie handebar tassles, a DIY helmet lock, highway bars and pegs. That's in addition to the regular compliment of jackets, vests, and shirts. And I've learned that a biker girl can never have enough different kinds of jackets.

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#6 Unread post by Kegger »

Well, it certainly would not be a motorcycle themed watch for a womans gift.......









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Kegger wrote:Well, it certainly would not be a motorcycle themed watch for a womans gift.......

There is a clock on the stove.
Ouch!!!
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#8 Unread post by sapaul »

BobK wrote:Nothing says loving like a set of Snap-on tools.

BBBbaaawwaaaahhhhhh

or a new soap and sponge kit :evil:
I spent my therapy money an a K1200S
The therapy worked, I got a GS now
A touch of insanity crept back in the shape of an R1200R

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#9 Unread post by sapaul »

JackoftheGreen wrote:Carrie says, more information. First, is this a friend or SO? Does the lady in question already have gear, and does she ride her own scoot or mainly a pillion rider?

You can never go wrong with a Gremlin Bell, for starters. In the past I've bought Carrie handebar tassles, a DIY helmet lock, highway bars and pegs. That's in addition to the regular compliment of jackets, vests, and shirts. And I've learned that a biker girl can never have enough different kinds of jackets.
Thanks Jack, I posted in the Ladies lounge hoping to get a reply from .............. well ....... a Lady, so I am glad you asked your SO.

The Goose rides a CBR 600 RR and everything of mine, has a 2 piece leather suit, a 1 peice race suit, leather pants, Xkulcha pants, a pink jacket, a winter jacket and camel toe gloves, touring boots and race boots and a pair of 14 tog socks. She also has a ST Christopher. :D

Now be a good boy and go tell your SO everything I told you, thanks :lol:
I spent my therapy money an a K1200S
The therapy worked, I got a GS now
A touch of insanity crept back in the shape of an R1200R

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#10 Unread post by sapaul »

dr_bar wrote:
Kegger wrote:Well, it certainly would not be a motorcycle themed watch for a womans gift.......

There is a clock on the stove.
Ouch!!!

I hope you are not as reckless on the track. :lol:
I spent my therapy money an a K1200S
The therapy worked, I got a GS now
A touch of insanity crept back in the shape of an R1200R

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