Ned Suesse Coming To Australia

Discussion in 'Australia' started by SteveRed, Dec 1, 2009.

  1. SteveRed

    SteveRed Adventure Moto

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    Ned Suesse of 'Dual Sport Riding' and 'Advanced DSR' DVD fame is coming to Australia in March 2010 to conduct some one day workshops or riding clinics and Adventure Moto will help him with logistics. He says he can plan for four one day riding workshops which will most likely be conducted around Sydney somewhere. I have convinced Ned to offer any ADV inmates a reasonable discount on the already very reasonable cost of the course. I have been working on getting him over here for six months now and he has finally agreed :clap :freaky

    We will also probably organise a three day ride for anyone who has been on one of the workshops. WOO HOO!!
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  2. Russ

    Russ Let's ride Super Moderator

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    Keep us posted with details as they come to hand,:thumb
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  3. tmotten

    tmotten Lefthand ride Dutchy

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  4. BilBLAT

    BilBLAT Pom on a bomb ...

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    Great news, Steve.

    I've just brought a 2:1 + tank from Ned. Waiting for a couple of bits to arrive ... What a bonza bloke !!

    Please count me in, and keep me posted as/when further details arise. And I'm sure I can find a few more 'colleagues-in-crime' along the way !

    Nice one, geezer ! :clap
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  5. prestonpaul

    prestonpaul What?

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    Very interested in this, keep us posted :clap
    Paul.
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  6. KatoomDownUnder

    KatoomDownUnder Safer off a horse than on

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    Very interesting :thumb

    +1 on keeping us posted
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  7. Maggot1300

    Maggot1300 Been here awhile

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    as long as i've got the new bike by then (want a dominator but worst case i'll grab a dr) count me in:clap

    any excuse to take time off work sounds good to me
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  8. Burren Rider

    Burren Rider Aussie Adventurer

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    I would be keen to sign up for both the course and ride.
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  9. AllOrds

    AllOrds -------------

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    Put me down for a course........might have to pass on the ride though:cry
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  10. atgreg

    atgreg Africatwinarama

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    Im interested too !!!!
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  11. davorallyfan

    davorallyfan Commonist

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    We need Americans to teach us how to ride:scratch
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  12. Dukehunt

    Dukehunt Long timer

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    I youtubed him and got this, I'm impressed

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  13. davorallyfan

    davorallyfan Commonist

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    Never stop learning is a good thing - totally agree.

    But why do we always defer to OS when we have the best riders here.

    MIles and crew were great - skillful and low key Aussie style.

    Just saying.
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  14. Maggot1300

    Maggot1300 Been here awhile

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    if you'd seen me i need all the help i can get:D he has a good rep so i'm happy to learn from him
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  15. gus007

    gus007 Been here awhile

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    I'm interested. Just need to know the dates to plan for it.
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  16. SteveRed

    SteveRed Adventure Moto

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    Yeah Davo and Miles and Co are good and I have done the BMW riding course myself and thats all good and wonderful.

    Speaking with Shane Watts the other day... Shane is an ISDE legend and an Aussie teaching Mericans how to ride dirt ( I wonder how many mericans say "why do we need an aussie to teach us how to ride dirt???"). Anyway he endorses Ned and said Ned is a funny cool dude who knows his stuff. Ned is the author of the two Dual Sport riding techniques DVD's which have been selling around the globe, and I'm sure there are a lot of riders out there who would benefit from his experience. Why is it important for an Aussie to teach you mate? What does it matter as long as you get bang for your buck?? It's just an opprotunity for anyone who wants to learn something, take some new skills home and have a good time.

    Maybe you could come teach us how to ride Dual Sport davo? I bet you know a few tricks mate :lol3
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  17. KatoomDownUnder

    KatoomDownUnder Safer off a horse than on

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    Yeah but Dave you always go off and try to die from some none bike related illness which stops you doing the bloody course :ken
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  18. Gimme 2

    Gimme 2 wheels , with nobs

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    We don't always , maybe check the course out and then you'll know for sure.

    How much is the course anyway , or have i missed that in the earlier posts?
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  19. davorallyfan

    davorallyfan Commonist

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    Got a few tricks but you will have to pay [​IMG]

    Seriously this culture cringe - OS is best - why do we need seppos - cant we keep the buck in OZ

    Your posts walk the fine line between spam and interesting stuff - free advertising for your company vs community service...

    I think the mods need to consider you carefully - many of your posts should be in the fleamarket - the right place to promote your business interests.

    IMO Its a fine line - you start your own thread to promote your busniness - if others highlight it it is a different thing - I'm ok with that.

    Play in the flea market.

    Call me a commo if you like, but imo your on the thin edge and if this place starts filling up with Adverts it will be shit.
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  20. davorallyfan

    davorallyfan Commonist

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    Pneumonia was sightly bike related :lol3
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