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It's starting to get quite wintery now, here in Northern Germany, so not much riding anymore this year for me.
Since the Bobber has been out now some 10 months or so, it'd be interesting to see;

When did you pick up your Bobber?
How many miles/km have you got on the clock?

Any stories and adventures, epic, funny etc. also welcome...

I picked up mine August 21st 2017, just clocked 4200km (2600 miles) today :grin2:

Cheers!
mike
 

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I picked mine up 6 October with 732 miles and now has 1248 miles and hoping to increase that amount before I put her to bed for winter !!
 

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I have mine since April this year and have just done 6300kms.... and that was Winter time for us! Summer is now only starting...!!


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Bought in mid-July, 'have 8674 miles on it.
 

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Any stories and adventures, epic, funny etc. also welcome...

Cheers!
mike
Sorry, Mike. Read all of the replies, so just cited the mileage ridden like everyone else.

No stories, just a comment: I've gotten more looks, 2nd takes, and compliments; questions with respect to its age; and, thumbs up, than any other bike I've owned since 1972.

While the nice gestures are appreciated, sure wish I were younger when I'd get excited over such attention. While a good-looking simple bike, what motivated me to buy it (more than appearance) was the handling and ergonomics, with compliments never being considered.
 

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Sorry, Mike. Read all of the replies, so just cited the mileage ridden like everyone else.

No stories, just a comment: I've gotten more looks, 2nd takes, and compliments; questions with respect to its age; and, thumbs up, than any other bike I've owned since 1972.

While the nice gestures are appreciated, sure wish I were younger when I'd get excited over such attention. While a good-looking simple bike, what motivated me to buy it (more than appearance) was the handling and ergonomics, with compliments never being considered.
Well said mate. :wink2:
 
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