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The time has finally come to sell our beloved GSXR, I can't quite believe it's going but it doesn't get used much these day and has covered less than 400kms in the last 6 months which is a waste for such a great bike.

This morning (Sunday) being a long term biker, I was up early ish straight to the front door to look out at the weather before heading through to the garage to check the Suzuki over. This Sunday would be different however, no ride today, plans and promises had been made. Today was to be a family day.

Family days are great, but I had just got back into the swing of biking on a Sunday morning.

Is it really over 2 month since I wrote the Albir Lighthouse article, it doesn't seem that long.  February started with so much promise, unfortunately circumstances took over a little and plans went out the window, when I managed to break my collarbone in a mountain biking accident...

Mountain biking along with motorbikes has been a passion of mine since childhood.  Motorbikes however have always stayed front and centre whereas MTB's have come and gone.

In December 2009 plans were put in place to make changes to the Spanish motorcycle licence.  The plans consisted of a new classification, A2, changes to age limits and cylinder capacity.  The changes are designed to bring Spain into line with other european countries.

Part one of the changes came into force on 8th December 2009 and part two will be introduced in September 2010.

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