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"The Book"

Hi,

I'm an ex H2 owner... I still have the complete welcome pack / presentation books etc.

Looking to sell. Will get some pictures up tomorrow.

Any interest here?
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Where are you located?
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Stevenage, Hertfordshire.... about 30 mins north of London
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May I ask why it did not go with the bike ? Is the bike no more ?
What is the chassis number on the book and how much do you want for it ?
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The bike was just too much to cope with financially and I just wasn't enjoying it.

In the 1000 miles I done I had to replace the back tyre and I also spent out on getting it ceramic coated as the paintwork looked bad imo. I just wasn't enjoying it as I was more concerned on the paintwork condition etc..

There were some other issues I had to deal with that the dealer didn't warn me about (had to 're-wire indicators and replace missing bolts) so when I sold it back I didn't give the welcome pack over as nothing was said about it. That's my honest answer.

I would only be looking for 30 quid.
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Will put full details and pics up tomorrow.
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Ultimately the reason why I sold up was that I couldn't get a reasonable insurance renewal. The 1st year was affordable but the company I was with didn't offer a renewal price for whatever reason and other companies gave ridiculous prices..so the towel went in.

I have had 1000cc bikes for along time with a perfect record.. but this bike is an exception around here. Shame.. but maybe I'll revisit in the future 🙂
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Yes , paintwork is not easy to live with and personally I’m always uncomfortable leaving it anywhere out of my sight.
I would pay the 30 plus postage (UK address ) if you are happy with that . Just sent me a message if you like .
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The bike was just too much to cope with financially and I just wasn't enjoying it.

In the 1000 miles I done I had to replace the back tyre and I also spent out on getting it ceramic coated as the paintwork looked bad imo. I just wasn't enjoying it as I was more concerned on the paintwork condition etc..

There were some other issues I had to deal with that the dealer didn't warn me about (had to 're-wire indicators and replace missing bolts) so when I sold it back I didn't give the welcome pack over as nothing was said about it. That's my honest answer.

I would only be looking for 30 quid.
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Ultimately the reason why I sold up was that I couldn't get a reasonable insurance renewal. The 1st year was affordable but the company I was with didn't offer a renewal price for whatever reason and other companies gave ridiculous prices..so the towel went in.

I have had 1000cc bikes for along time with a perfect record.. but this bike is an exception around here. Shame.. but maybe I'll revisit in the future 🙂
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I bought a H2, supposed to be "the dogs bollocks", it scared me shitless, I now have a CB500

Rob

Adventure before Dementia
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Haha! It was powerful for sure.. the most powerful bike I will probably ever ride. That's not to say it's the most fun!

Will message you tomorrow 🙂
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