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Well as of March 14 2021 a whopping 12 people have taken my survey. Of those only 41% say they will pay a 4.99 monthly subscription. So after three years of offering free content in all likelihood I will take this site down at the end of March 2021. So say so long to the only site not driven by money, no ads, no YouTube subscribe money. It’s been fun, but I’m not about to keep it up for nothing.

I would like to determine how many visitors will be willing to pay a monthly subscription fee before putting in the time and effort to complete this subscription site. If not enough people are willing to subscribe or very few take this survey by March 31 2021 I will simply deactivate this site.

Thank you!

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An Immense



I’ve owned my Sur Ron for a year having received and assembled it on June 13 2018. I don’t use mine for commuting to and from work like some who do just that. Nope mine is for pure recreation and man what a joy it is to ride. 5600 fun filled miles to date and many, many more to come.

After a lifetime of owning loads of off road, on road and racetrack motorcycles this is far and away the most fun bike I’ve ever owned.


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Hello and welcome. I’m currently in the process of switching my site to a user subscription based site. Right now the subjects you can access are free to any visitor. So if you go to one of the links that cannot be accessed, those will be only available to paid subscribers.