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Happy Birthday shirley.g@fsmail.net, markn, ceky73

Howard

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40 and 37 ???????????? How long have we been letting Kids into the VOC?

Happy birthday all.

H
 

Simon Dinsdale

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40 and 37 ???????????? How long have we been letting Kids into the VOC?

Happy birthday all.

H

I joined the club in 1993 when I became a "C" Rapide owner at the grand age of 23.

Just out of curriosity does anybody know the average age of new members joining the club today (over the last year). New young owners are what is going to be the future of the VOC as long as the cost of the bikes don't keep pricing them out of ownership.

Cheers,
Simon.
 

Howard

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I joined the club in 1993 when I became a "C" Rapide owner at the grand age of 23.

Just out of curriosity does anybody know the average age of new members joining the club today (over the last year). New young owners are what is going to be the future of the VOC as long as the cost of the bikes don't keep pricing them out of ownership.

Cheers,
Simon.

I joined when I was 26, but I forget when that was.

It's not ownership that likely to be the problem, Vin's will always find owners. The problem is going to be pricing them out of reach of riders.

H
 
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