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Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by Scotty P, Dec 6, 2009.
Better put a sharp edge on that e-tool I suppose...
I did that before Xmas.........
Not really sure that this is the right way to do this, but had some motivation to check in here today. Saw a yellow Tiger going the opposite direction on Bayside Rd just outside Leonardtown. Turned around and followed for a few minutes, but I was on a no-shit mission, so had to peel off. Had a ADV sticker on the rear so I thought I would check in here and say
I was on another triple......
That be me..........I thought about pulling over when I saw you following me. I should have stopped at Rose Bank where you turned around but that road leads to my mother in laws
Don't be a stranger.
I know this is so two pages ago but...
From the Bivouac thread:
Apparently Husky has been sold to Stefan Peirer, not to KTM
As already whispered BMW Motorrad sells its subsidiary Husqvarna Motorcycles, KTM but not to the personal business of its CEO Stefan Pierer called Pierer Industries AG. The consequences for Pierers role as CEO of KTM is still unclear and will in the next six time be sought out. It is obvious that the European competition authorities to interfere with this, but also the chance that Pierer abundantly present his position at KTM will resign. For some time Pierer still the CEO of the Austrian motorcycle company, but a large part of the shares therein are sold to the Indian motorcycle giant Bajaj. Purchasing Husqvarna Pierer would potentially enable again completely with a clean slate to start again.
There will be viewed in the coming months if there is any form of cooperation between KTM and Husqvarna is possible, there is at least already a new model announced at the EICMA 2013 already will be shown
This morning we reported that KTM is not in the market to buy Husqvarna, this would also not very logical step. For BMW ensures the sale of Husqvarna for substantially losing face. The German company pumped millions into the Italian Husqvarna, but could never make a success of.
The following chart is from Cross Industries Ltd, the company which Bajaj for almost half owner. It now owns Husqvarna said Pierer Industries AG makes no part of it.
So if Google translate is to be believed, Peirer sells his remaining shares in KTM to Bajaj and goes forth to resurrect Husky. Makes more sense, especially the part about the European anti-trust authorities
This is sad. I had hopes that Husky under the BMW umbrella would flourinsh as the BMW small bike division. I was thinking of one for a single track bike. Now that they are stand alone again....it makes me ponder.
Not that I could afford one in the near future, but a guy can always dream!
Dude............we are getting a 22 day unpaid vacation! We can't buy shit for awhile. Unless you have some cheap shit
Shit I know. But I can still
Edit: Hey if we have 22 days off and the weekends, lets ride to Alaska! F*ck all them bastages!
All my shit is cheap....
Sorry to hear about the furloughs. UGH!!!!
As of today it is just posturing..........but we may start taking every Friday off. What sucks for Bob and I, is our spouses both work for the man.
Well at least we are still working. Time will tell.
Batten down the hatches smibs....tornado watch for you guys!
thank you sir............I'll stay up to date. Most everything is now tied down.
So Scott told me to hang out here. Get to know you guys. I don't know....... :huh
Run Forest Run!!!!................
Kinda wierds me out when you just meet someone and they start talking about camping right away. :ymca
Trippeee............welcome to SMIB book! No rules just interaction.
don't get me spooled up.......
You have my attention now!