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  1. #1
    Newbie
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    Lamps to Everybody!

    Hi Everybody!

    I'm Andrew, I come from Italy (Rome) and I'm 23.

    Hopefully this year I'll attend A3 License so I'll be Able to Ride my Suzuki SV 650 on Open Roads.
    Actually I'm having a lot of fun by riding my Dream Atom 201TS9 (Pit Bike Motard) and by partecipating on Low Budget Races with Ohvale Gp-0.

    I love 2 Wheels and I love Video Making, so I decided to unite these passions, by making a Related Channel on YouTube.

    I hope to enjoy the time on this forum, Share my passion for Motorbikes, grow up and learn a lot of things and obviously make new Intl. Friendships!

    Lamps

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  3. #2
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    Welcome.
    Please explain "lamps".
    Don't believe everything that you think.

  4. #3
    In Training
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    Welcome - pics and videos are always fun

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  6. #4
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    Quote Originally Posted by Easy Rider View Post
    Welcome.
    Please explain "lamps".
    Hi! Lamps means flashing with the front Light to greet another Biker (isn't it? ). I'm glad to be aboard, Thanks for your Welcome

  7. #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by UnMonkey View Post
    Welcome - pics and videos are always fun
    Thank You for your welcome, I'm glad that You enjoy Videos, soon I'll post in the appropriate Sections My YouTube Channel and some discussions. Have a nice day

  8. #6
    Kickstand Operator
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    2014 Honda Valkyrie
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadHorse View Post
    Hi! Lamps means flashing with the front Light to greet another Biker (isn't it? ). I'm glad to be aboard, Thanks for your Welcome
    We don't normally do that in the US. Bikers will wave to each other like this but flashing your lights is usually a signal for other reasons such as warning that there is a traffic cop or road hazard ahead or signalling to the oncoming driver that his high beams are on.

  9. #7
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    I don't know what you tried to do in your post but it didn't work.
    Doing a "quote" brings up quite a mess.

    And for the "flashing", in many places in the US it is technically illegal.
    Don't believe everything that you think.

  10. #8
    M-J Lifetime Achievement Award
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    I tried flashing at our local park but ended up in court for gross public indecency...judge said I had a little willy too! It was cold day and, as George Costanza said, 'there's shrinkage'!!
    Last edited by Aussie Steve; 02-07-2017 at 07:33 PM.
    Smoke me a kipper I'll be home in time for breakfast

  11. #9
    Newbie
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    Wow I didn't know, I'm pretty Shocked. We greets with flashings or the most common two fingers out.

  12. #10
    M-J Lifetime Achievement Award
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    Usually flashing the headlight...esp in a car means there is a speed camera set up...they hide them in bushes etc here...many see it simply as cash collection since the notice comes two weeks later and does nothing to make the situation safer on the day.
    Smoke me a kipper I'll be home in time for breakfast


 

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